An extremely rare opportunity to purchase this freehold property in the sought after Downland Village of Glynde where the principal landowner in the village is still the Glynde Estate. Now included within the South Downs National Park the railway arrived in Glynde in 1846.The Station House - built circa 1850 (TBV) was originally built for the Glynde Station manager and it is believed this is only the second time the property has been put to the open market in over 160 years. Full of charm, character and style this 3 bedroom, semi-detached property has been exquisitely refurbished and presented throughout by the existing owners. The kitchen/dining room is a particular feature offering a 20 ft (TBV) family and entertaining space showcasing a vaulted ceiling and bi-fold doors opening onto the patio and garden. The south facing garden offers privacy and is beautifully planted with an array of plants and trees including willow and eucalyptus. Internally the attention to design detail is evident in every room; cast iron Victorian style radiators, timber framed, double glazed, cottage style windows to the front elevation, engineered wood flooring to the interconnecting reception rooms and an impressive antique wood burning stove. Similarly careful consideration has also been given to the inclusion of modern conveniences such as some integrated appliances to the kitchen, separate utility room/downstairs cloakroom with fitted cupboards and further space for appliances, separate shower enclosure with electric shower to the family bathroom and double glazed windows to the rear elevation. A unique opportunity to own a unique property, viewing is strongly advised in order to appreciate all that this property has to offer. The village of Glynde is known for a strong sense of community with a cricket club, swimming club, flower show and a jazz festival called Love Supreme' that is fast gaining notoriety.The typical off-peak service offered by Glynde station is one train per hour to Brighton and one train per hour to Ore via Eastbourne and Hastings. On Sundays the service to Ore extends to Ashford International. At Peak Times there are Additional Trains to / from London. Lewes is approximately a 5 minute train journey from Glynde. Lewes is the County Town of East Sussex and Lewes mainline railway station offers a fast train service to London Victoria (approx. 1hr 10 mins). The A27 lies a short distance to the south of Lewes and provides fast access to the A23/M23, Gatwick Airport and the national motorway network. The coastal, business and entertainment city of Brighton & Hove is some 8 miles distant. Lewes has an excellent range of amenities including an array of restaurants and recreational facilities, 2 prime supermarkets, cafs, art galleries, shops and public houses. Agents note I; The property is served by oil fired central heating, a combination boiler and a septic tank. Agents note II; We have been advised that the property is entitled to 2 free off street parking permits for spaces allocated to the property and free access to the railway car park. Agents note III; We have been advised that the owner of The Station House has access to the private Glynde and Beddingham outdoor pool just a short walk across the village green. Agents note IIII; Superbly located for and array of outdoor pursuits. Agents note IIIII; EPC rating D.
|Rare opportunity to purchase a freehold property in the Downland Village of Glynde||Beautiful semi-detached cottage|
|Extensively refurbished and stylishly presented||3 bedrooms|
|2 reception rooms||20 ft kitchen/dining room|
|Utility room/cloakroom||Architectural features|
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