High Street, Uckfield

£500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
£500,000 to £525,000. A most charming 3 bedroom 2 bath/shower room period home with a private landscaped west facing rear garden, communal garden and allocated off street parking for 2 vehicles. Located on the northern end of Uckfield High Street, within walking distance of the town centre and railway station providing services to London.

Redtile is a deceptively spacious and beautiful grade II listed character home, boasting a wealth of period features with exposed oak beams, a number of fireplaces and multi-pane windows. The accommodation is generous throughout, enjoying ample light and great space for entertaining on the ground floor. The 23'5 x 12'7 Kitchen/dining room is a distinguishing feature of the home fitted with a matching range of country style units, stone flooring and French doors opening to the rear garden.

The accommodation extends to 2065.37 sq ft comprising in brief on the ground floor, a generous size reception hall/study with cloakroom, an inner hallway which leads to a most impressive 25'11 x 20'1 sitting room with inglenook fireplace and walk-in storage cupboard. The first floor provides a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms (bedrooms 2 benefits from a walk-in wardrobe) and a family bathroom with freestanding roll top bath and separate shower cubicle.

The front of the property is approached via the rear of the property. The rear garden is mainly laid to low maintenance with a flagstone seating terrace adjoining the rear of the property with the reminder laid to level lawn flanked by well stocked flower/shrub beds. The whole enclosed by an attractive brick wall enjoying a westerly aspect. Two allocated parking spaces can be found nearby. In additional there is a communal garden shared between the 6 neighbouring residents.

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Mansell McTaggart - Uckfield

212 High Street, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1RD

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