A two bedroom Grade II Listed period mid terraced cottage situated within the Conservation Area of the Ancient Town and Cinque Port of Winchelsea.
ROOMS Living room, Galley kitchen, Bathroom, First floor landing, 2 bedrooms, Night storage heating, Rear courtyard garden.
LOCATION The property is situated in the central Conservation Area of the Ancient Town of Winchelsea, one of the few examples of a bastide town in England based on the grid-iron street plan with wide, regular streets arranged around a giant square and the church of St. Thomas the Martyr. Local facilities include The Winchelsea Farm Kitchen comprising a delicatessen, grocery and tea/coffee shop, together with a primary school and public house. For more comprehensive facilities there is the Cinque Port of Rye (3 miles) with train services to Eastbourne and to Ashford International, from where there are high speed connections to St. Pancras London (37 minutes) and to the Continent via Eurostar.
DESCRIPTION Forming a mid terrace cottage of brick and tile hung elevations set with casement windows beneath a pitched slate roof.
GROUND FLOOR Front door into the living room with window to the front, open fire, night storage.
Galley kitchen with door to the rear courtyard garden, stairs rising to the first floor with cupboard under. Bathroom comprising a small panelled bath, w.c and wash hand basin. Electric wall heater, window to rear.
FIRST FLOOR First floor landing with doors off to both bedrooms. Bedroom 1 with window to the front having distant views towards the ridge at Udimore. Two built in cupboards, night storage heater.
Bedroom 2 window to the rear, two built in cupboards. Additional airing cupboard, night storage heater.
OUTSIDE Rear courtyard with small brick outhouse having light and power connected and a quarry tiled floor.
NOTE There is a pedestrian right of way to the rear providing access to the side of the terrace.
Phillips & Stubbs