A charming, beautifully presented, grade II listed timber framed terraced cottage, situated in the centre of this popular historic village
Entrance lobby, living room and kitchen/dining room
3 Bedrooms,en suite WC and a family bathroom
West facing back garden
This delightful cottage is listed Grade II and dates from the 16th or 17th century and has a huge amount of character. Internally, the older parts of the cottage have a wealth of exposed timber framing and beams. The cottage has recently been sensitively refurbished and extended by the current owners.
The front door has a flat hood over and opens into a lobby. The charming living room has an oak boarded floor, window seat and an inglenook fireplace with side seat and log store. The kitchen/dining room is well appointed and has fitted wall and floor units, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, electric oven, gas hob, and dining area with French doors to the garden.
On the first floor is an attractive principal bedroom, which has a delightful fireplace with mantel and carved date 1503 above. There is also a walk-in storage area and an under stairs cupboard. On this level there is a bathroom and a small bedroom with a study area.
On the second floor is bedroom 3, which is open to the eaves and has wonderful views from both sides and has an en suite WC.
The garden is at the rear of the cottage, where there is a paved terrace. A path leads to the end of the garden where there is a garden shed. Beside the path is an area of lawn, flowerbeds and apple trees.
Local Authorities & Services
East Sussex County Council: 03456080190. Wealden District Council: 01892653311.All main services. Gas central heating. Council tax band D
From East Grinstead head south on the A22 to Forest Row. In Forest Row turn left on the B2110 to Hartfield. The cottage will be found on the left in the centre of Hartfield directly opposite Church Street.