Description This detached bungalow is situated
in an elevated position in a cul-de-sac on the outskirts of the
much sought after and picturesque village of Burwash. It offers
spacious accommodation with the benefit of two double bedrooms,
kitchen, living room, central hall, bathroom and separate WC, all
benefiting from double glazing and an oil-fired central heating
boiler installed in 2010.
Outside The patio doors from the living room
open onto a flag stone terrace and lawn surrounded by mature
flowering shrubs. A rear garden gate leads on to the playing field,
across which, the centre of the village can be accessed. The front
garden with shrubs and well stocked borders is mainly laid to lawn
with path to the front door and to one side there is a driveway
sufficient for two vehicles and a garage with double doors. The
garage provides a storage area suitable for garden equipment,
whilst the rear area of the garage has been converted to provide a
study area which could be reverted back to a full length garage,
subject to all the necessary planning permissions/consents.
Situation Enjoying a sought after location in a
cul-de-sac of similar style properties, the property is located
adjacent to the rear of Burwash recreation ground. The High Street
of Burwash can be easily reached through a twitten/pathway at the
top of Rother View and has a well stocked general store, a post
office/newsagent, a long established butcher, florist, hairdressers
and petrol station. Also in the High Street is a tea shop and two
pubs, both with accommodation serving food 7 days a week.
Facilities include a Church of England Primary School, Doctor's
surgery with a large, free car park alongside. There is a village
hall, sports hall and two churches.
. Bateman's, the National Trust home of Rudyard
Kipling, is on the outskirts of the village. The country town of
Heathfield is approximately 7 miles to the west and provides a
further range of retail outlets including a choice of two
supermarkets and there is also a mainline rail station at nearby
Etchingham providing good commuter services to London on the
Charing Cross line. The inland spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells is
approximately 15 miles to the north.
Directions From our office in Burwash High
Street proceed easterly and take the first turning on the left hand
side after the church into Shrub Lane. Take the first turning left
into Rother View and proceed up the hill, turn left into the
cul-de-sac where number 17 will be found on the right.
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Frequently asked questions
How much is 17 Rother View, Etchingham worth?
17 Rother View, Etchingham is now worth £471,000 according to our Mouseprice AVM.
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What is the 3 month price change in TN19?
The 3 month price change in TN19 is nan%.
What is the rental value of 17 Rother View, Etchingham?
The current rental valuation for this property is £ per month, within a price range of £ and £.
How many bedrooms does 17 Rother View, Etchingham have?
This property has 2 bedrooms. Search for nearby properties with 2 bedrooms - for sale and to rent.
What are the nearest schools and stations to 17 Rother View, Etchingham?
Nearby schools in include
Etchingham Church of England Primary School, Burwash CofE School, Hurst Green Church of England Primary School and Nursery,
Nearby stations in include
Etchingham Station, Stonegate Station, Robertsbridge Station, Wadhurst Station, Battle Station.
What type of property is 17 Rother View, Etchingham
This is a Detached property. There are 25 other Detached properties on ROTHER VIEW, and 35 in total.
When was 17 Rother View, Etchingham built? How old is 17 Rother View, Etchingham?
17 Rother View, Etchingham was was built between 2003-2006.
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