- Charming Grade II listed cottage
- Two double bedrooms and loft room
- Paved courtyard garden
- Gas central heating
- No onward chain
- Delightful views over St Marys Parish Church
- 23" living room with wood block flooring
- Partial sealed unit double glazing
A charming Grade II listed cottage with garage in the heart of Willingdon village affording views over St Marys Parish Church. The house was originally constructed in 1857 and was later adapted to form part of an award winning development of nine houses in the 1970s. The house presents a most attractive appearance and has flint elevations with leaded light windows beneath a tiled roof. The ground floor accommodation comprises a 23' dual aspect living room with wood block flooring and a kitchen that leads to a breakfast room with patio doors opening onto a small courtyard garden. There are two double bedrooms and a re-fitted bathroom on the first floor with a retractable ladder from a loft hatch on the landing providing access to a very useful fully carpeted loft room. Other benefits include gas central heating and sealed unit double glazing to the rear elevation. The property is located within close proximity to local shops and amenities in Willingdon village including two public houses and a popular Thai restaurant. Access to the South Downs is within a couple of hundred yards, whilst Eastbourne town centre and railway station are approximately 2.5 miles distant.
LIVING ROOM - 23'0" (7.01m) x 12'4" (3.76m) Max
KITCHEN - 11'3" (3.43m) x 6'0" (1.83m)
BREAKFAST ROOM - 12'0" (3.66m) x 8'0" (2.44m)
BEDROOM 1 - 11'6" (3.51m) x 11'0" (3.35m)
BEDROOM 2 - 11'3" (3.43m) x 8'6" (2.59m)
accessed via retractable ladder from the landing.
LOFT ROOM - 17'4" (5.28m) x 14'6" (4.42m) Max
SMALL COURTYARD GARDEN
Not required as Grade II listed.
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