Key Features

  • GUIDE PRICE £250,000 TO £260,000
  • TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM END OF TERRACE HOUSE
  • AN ADDITIONAL LOFT ROOM
  • TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
  • KITCHEN AND UTILITY ROOM
  • GARDEN & PARKING
  • 2.6 MILES TO ETCHINGHAM MAIN LINE TRAIN STATION
  • AVAILABLE WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • EPC RATING E
  • COUNCIL TAX BAND - C
Guide Price £250,000 to £260,000 - A charming two double bedroom attached house offering generous living space and character features including beams and an open fireplace. To the rear there is a fenced off private garden and off road parking for one vehicle. The house is located within walking distance to the shops in the historic village of Burwash and approximately 2 1/2 miles to Etchingham Main Line Train Station. Available with no onward chain.

Description

Guide Price £250,000 to £260,000 - A charming two double bedroom attached house offering generous living space and character features including beams and an open fireplace. To the rear there is a fenced off private garden and off road parking for one vehicle. The house is located within walking distance to the shops in the historic village of Burwash and approximately 2 1/2 miles to Etchingham Main Line Train Station. Available with no onward chain.

Location

With a population of just over 2,500, the Parish of Burwash lies 42 miles south east of central London, and 15 miles north of Hastings and Bexhill.  Burwash itself is perhaps best known for its association with Rudyard Kipling who lived at Bateman's, a handsome ironmasters house less than half a mile from the village, and now one of the National Trust's most popular visitor attractions in southern England.

Etchingham main line station is only 2 miles away with the London to Hastings line.  The A21 is just 4 miles away which is the major road link between London, Sevenoaks and Hastings.  Burwash is an excellent base for trips to London and the coast, and for visiting the numerous famous gardens, castles, historic houses, towns and villages that abound in this beautiful part of southern England.

Burwash is a thriving rural community with many attractions for visitors, good shops, post office, pubs, great places to stay, and a host of well supported clubs and societies.

Education opportunities exist within the area in both the private and state sector, at all levels.  These include Burwash and Etchingham primary schools, Vine Hall pre prep and prep school at Robertsbridge, Battle Abbey and Claremont Prep and Senior school.

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