Slaughams Ghyll, Sheeps Plain, Crowborough, East Sussex, TN6 3ST
Tel: 01892 653333
About the Property
CHAIN FREE PROPERTY WITH PLOT!
We are delighted to present this enchanting smugglers cottage that is set on a rural plot of land, situated in the middle of Crowborough golf course. The cottage dates back to 18th century and still has many if its original features. We are advised that it is not listed. Accessed via a private road, the property is tucked away and ideal for either a complete renovation of the cottage itself, or a building plot. The size of the plot is approximately three quarters of an acre.
Beautiful wooden front door with stained glass windows into hallway with doors either side to lounge and dining room. Original stone floor tiles.
Original timber door though to lounge, full of original character along with timber beams on the ceilings and walls. Attractive original fireplace with timber surrounds. Bay window overlooking rear garden. Original stone floor tiles.
Original timber door into dining room with original timbers on the ceiling. Original stone floor tiles.
Stainless steel sink with drainer. Galvanised water heater. Window to side.
Accessed directly from the kitchen. Large shower cubicle with safety seat and power shower. Space and power for washing machine and tumble dryer. Window to rear of property.
With original stone floor tiles and timber doors each end. Double aspect windows.
STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR
Eaves storage cupboard.
Bay window overlooking rear garden. Original floorboards. Fireplace with brick surround.
Bay window overlooking rear garden. Fireplace with brick surround. Original floorboards.
With window overlooking the rear garden. Original floorboards.
We believe that this plot may be south west facing. It has an original stone wall in part of the garden. The garden is laid mostly to lawn but surrounded by mature hedges and shrubs. Septic tank.
Paved patio area at side of house. There are two garages with one stone wall between them. These will need total renovation.
We believe that the whole plot is approximately three quarters of an acre. Set at the bottom of a private road that runs through Crowborough golf course. The property and garages need total renovation. The building is not listed and dates back to around the 18th Century.