• Entrance Hallway
• Utility Room
• Open plan Living /Dining Room
• Inner Hallway
• Master Double Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room/WC
• 2 Further Bedrooms
• Bedroom 4/Study
• Family Bathroom
• Large Loft Space
• Double Cart Shed Garaging with side Log Stores
• Ample parking
• Mobile Home with consent
• Paddock with field shelter
• Helicopter Pad
• Large Working Wood Yard with Various Pole Barn Stores
Description: This welcoming detached chalet style bungalow, was constructed in 2011 of block construction with Red Cedar wood cladding beneath a Heritage pitched tiled roof. The property has UPVC double glazed windows and offers high levels of insulation with a spacious loft with further potential.
The property is accessed from the road with a part bitumen drive leading down to the rear of the property and the chalet bungalow, with side parking area, cart lodge garage and mobile home. A paved pathway leads from the car park area up to a central Oak front door leading into the entrance hall, off which is a cloakroom with white suite of low level WC and pedestal wash basin and on to a utility room with plumbing for washing machine and dryer and which houses the LPG gas boiler supplying the hot water for the property.
Beyond the entrance hall the accommodation opens into a large open plan living /dining room with rear kitchen area. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of light wood effect wall and base units, one & half bowl stainless steel sink with drainer, all set into laminate worktops. There is space for a range style cooker with exactor fan above with localised tiling.
The living /dining room has a focal brick fireplace with inset wood burning stove with back plate boiler providing the central heating. This main living area benefits from triple aspect windows and French doors leading out to the covered veranda which has external lighting and paving.
An inner hallway leads from the living area along to the end master bedroom with dual aspect windows and connecting ensuite shower room which is fitted with spacious tiled shower with glazed door, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC. Also accessed from the hallway is a further two double bedrooms the second with rear aspect window, and third bedroom with front aspect window and a fourth single bedroom which is currently used as a study with rear aspect window and storage cupboard. The family bathroom is fitted with obscure glazed window to the front, with white panelled bath below, an overhead shower, glazed shower screen, close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin with complementary tiling and in the corner a shelved airing cupboard.
Externally the property is surrounded by a lawn garden backing on to woodland. The front aspect of the property overlooks the field paddock and to the side an enclosed field shelter. At the side of the bungalow is large covered veranda with seating area overlooking the paddocks and a generous parking area and 2 bay open style cart shed which allows for parking vehicles and provides a log store on either side. Beyond the garage is a static mobile caravan providing a further one bedroom self- contained unit which the vendors have offered to have removed prior to a sale.
Situation: The Highlands is situated 2.2 miles from the main town of Battle which has the famous Battle Abbey, as well as a range of independent shops and restaurants. The historic town of Hastings is approximately 6.4 miles distant, offering a range of shopping and recreational activities also. The spa town of Tunbridge Wells is approximately 24 miles distant offering further shopping and recreational facilities, while closer are the market towns of Heathfield, Eastbourne and Tenterden with its tree lined high street and countryside Heathfield. Leisure activities in the area include a local thriving tennis, sailing, and links golf clubs, as well as opportunities for riding, and walking in the surrounding, in nearby Beech Woods.
Schools: There are a number of highly regarded schools in the area including Battle and Langton Primary School, Clavenham Community College, Battle Abbey School and further afield Claremont, Buckswood, and Vinehall.
Travel and Transport: Battle train station, approximately 3 miles distant, offers direct links to London (1 Hr 19 Min) every 30 minutes, and direct links to Hastings (14 Min). The A21 approximately 4 miles distant offers direct links to the M25.
Services: Mains Water, Mains Electricity, Private Drainage, LPG Boiler for hot water
Broadband Speed: Up to 66 Mbps (source Uswitch)
Mobile Coverage: 3G coverage with Vodafone, 02, EE and Three
Council Tax: Currently Band E
Local Authority: Rother District Council Tel: 01424 787000
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with agents – Anderson Hacking Ltd on 01797 224852.
Directions: From our offices in Cinque Ports Street, Rye, head southwest along the B2089 turn right onto A268, continue straight along Ferry Road, at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Udimore Road continue along through Udimore, across the crossroads at Broad Oak and again straight across at Cripps Corner Garage. At end of B2089 turn right on the A21 onto Vinehall Road (A21). At Roundabout take first exit left onto London Road signposted Battle continue along for approximately 3 miles, and at end roundabout take the 3rd exit onto North Trade Road for approximately 1.5 miles before turning right towards Netherfield on B2096 where The Highlands will be found after approximately 1.5 miles along on the left hand side, sited at the end of the woodland and approached over a bitumen driveway with panel fencing either side leading to a recessed five bar entrance gate.