A deceptively spacious Grade II Listed house believed to be built in 1837, situated in the heart the Old Town of Bexhill and enjoys the unusual and notable benefit of two roof terraces with views over the Old Town, picturesque Manor Gardens and sea beyond! Set over three floors, the accommodation comprises three/four bedrooms, two/three reception rooms, kitchen, bathroom with w.c., ground floor w.c, separate first floor shower room and cellar. Versatile accommodation, modern convenience and character combine in this fine property to truly merit an internal inspection. Ideally located within close distance to Bexhill Town Centre, Seafront and Mainlinr Rail Station.
5.67m x 3.99m (18'7" x 13'1")
Two front aspect sash windows and internal smaller sash windows which look through to the kitchen and second reception room. Radiator, ornamental feature fireplace with fitted electric log burner effect heater, obscure glass panel door leading to kitchen. Glass panel double doors leading to the ground floor third reception room/hallway, wall mounted down-lighters, ceiling rose.
3.77m x 2.95m (12'4" x 9'8")
Front aspect sash windows, radiator, internal sash window looking through to the lounge, fitted storage cupboard with hanging space and shelving, ceiling rose, obscure glass double doors leading back to the large hallway/reception room.
4.72m x 2.76m (15'5" x 9'0")
Glass panel double doors lead back into lounge, obscured glass panel doors leading into the dining room a further obscure glass panel door leading into the small hallway. Radiator, stairs leading to first floor, ceiling rose,
5.13m x 2.82m (16'9" x 9'3")
Understairs storage cupboard, door leading to ground floor w.c., door leading to kitchen and part tiled walls.
Low level w.c., wall mounted hand wash basin with separate hot and cold taps, small storage cupboard, part tiled walls, fully tiled floor.
3.37m x 1.88m (11'0" x 6'2")
Matching wall and base level units with work surfaces, space for free standing Rangemaster style cooker with cooker hood over, space for fridge/freezer, inset plastic bowl and a half sink with drainer and ceiling spotlights, door leading back through the lounge.
Side aspect sash window overlooking the roof terrace with sea views across the Manor Barn gardens towards to the sea. Radiator, fitted book cases with storage cupboards beneath, exposed timber beams, stairs leading to the first floor rooms.
Radiator. White bathroom suite comprising low level w.c., pedestal mounted wash hand basin with separate hot and cold taps, panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, part tiled walls, tiled floor, airing cupboard/utility cupboard which houses hot water cylinder, plumbing space for washing machine.
6.15m x 3.45m (20'2" x 11'3" )
Front aspect sash window, side aspect glass panel double doors leading onto the roof terrace with views across towards the Manor Barn gardens towards the sea. Two radiators, ornamental feature fireplace with fitted gas fire, wall mounted down-lighters, ceiling rose, set of double doors which lead through to the master bedroom,
5.25m x 5m extending to 7.8m (17'2" x 16'4" exten
Fantastic views set in the heart of the Old Town with views across Manor Barn Gardens towards the sea.
Radiator, walk-in shower cubicle with glass screens and door, wall mounted electric power shower, cabinet mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap and cupboard space beneath, recessed ceiling spotlights, part tiled walls, tiled floor.
4.11m x 3.67m (13'5" x 12'0")
Front aspect sash window, radiator, fitted wardrobe cupboard with hanging space and shelving, large double doors leading through to the reception room, ceiling rose,
3.73m x 3.37m (12'2" x 11'0" )
Front aspect single glazed wooden framed windows further side aspect single framed window with views towards the sea, radiator, door leading to a storage cupboard with hanging space which then leads to the loft space. Exposed timber beams.
3.17m x 2.88m to eaves ceiling (10'4" x 9'5" to ea
Side aspect glass panel wooden double doors leading out onto the second floor roof terrace with views across the Manor Gardens towards the sea, radiator, storage cupboard giving access to the loft, fitted cupboard gas central heating boiler, exposed timber beams.