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Mill Close, Wannock, East Sussex. BN26 5PD £375,000

2 Bed Bungalow Freehold

A MOST ATTRACTIVE DETACHED BUNGALOW SITUATED AT THE END OF A SMALL CLOSE AND IS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF THE SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK. This spacious home does require some modernisation and features a 20' x 12' triple aspect lounge/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, two double sized bedrooms - each having fitted wardrobes, tiled shower room and a separate wc. There is also a gas fired central heating system, double glazing (where stated) and a particular feature is from the entrance hall, where there is access to a large loft area, which offers much potential for converting (subject to all planning consents). Outside is a brick paved drive leading to a detached garage and there is a delightful mature rear garden, bordered by a stream to one side, and has many trees including a lovely eucalyptus tree. Polegate High Street is approximately one mile having a variety of shops, bus services and mainline railway station. Bus services pass along Farmlands Way, where there is a convenience store and from nearby Jevington Road, is access to the South Downs and surrounding countryside, which provides many enjoyable walks and superb views.

Directions

From our office in Polegate High Street, proceed over the level crossing and traffic lights into Wannock Road. Follow the road into Wannock and continue round into Jevington Road, where Mill Close is the first turning on the right hand side.

Accommodation

Double glazed front door with double glazed windows either side to -

Large Entrance Porch (14' 6" x 6' 3" or 4.43m x 1.91m)

with radiator, tiled floor, light, arched double glazed window to front enjoying south-westerly views of the South Downs, frosted glazed inner door to -

Spacious Entrance Hall (13' 6" x 8' 1" Min or 4.11m x 2.47m Min)

with telephone point, radiator, thermostat, built-in cupboard housing gas and electric meters as well as the consumer unit, further built-in shelved airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and fitted immersion heater. Access via a wooden fold-down ladder to -

Large Loft

The loft offers much potential for conversion (subject to all consents) and there is currently a boarded area to the front with power and light, access to eaves and a double glazed window to the front having lovely south-westerly views of the South Downs. The large section to the rear is insulated having power and a window to the side.

View From Loft Area

Lounge/Dining Room (20' 6" x 12' 9" Max or 6.25m x 3.88m Max)

a lovely bright room having a triple aspect with double glazed windows to the front, side and rear, which enjoys an outlook over the rear garden, tiled fireplace with decorative surround and wood burner, television connection aerial, three wall light points, two radiators.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room (11' 11" Max x 11' 3" or 3.62m Max x 3.44m)

consisting of a range of wooden fronted base units incorporating cupboards and drawers with laminated work surfaces above, breakfast bar with large laminated work surface extending to one side having further base units under with cupboards and a drawer, matching wall units, sink unit, space for gas cooker with extractor above, radiator, tiled floor and partly tiled walls, wall mounted 'Glow-Worm' gas fired boiler, wall programmer for central heating and hot water, double glazed window to side, further window with adjacent frosted glazed door into -

Lean-to (12' 1" Min x 5' 10" or 3.68m Min x 1.77m)

being partly brick built and having double glazed windows, plumbing for washing machine, power, two wall light points, radiator, double glazed door to rear garden.

Bedroom 1 (14' 2" x 13' 0" Max or 4.31m x 3.96m Max)

having a double glazed window to the front enjoying south-westerly views of the South Downs, fitted wardrobes with cupboards above, television connection aerial, radiator.

Bedroom 2 (11' 11" Max x 9' 11" or 3.63m Max x 3.02m)

having a fitted wardrobe with cupboard above, telephone point, radiator, double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.

Tiled Shower Room

with wall shower and attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, frosted double glazed window.

Separate Cloakroom

with wc, small wash hand basin, partly tiled walls, wall fitted heater, frosted double glazed window.

Outside

The front garden has an area of lawn with mature shrub, well stocked flower beds having a variety of shrubs, brick paved driveway with hedging to one side, outside light, further well stocked flower beds, gates to side leading to a Detached Garage with up-and-over door.

Rear Garden

The delightful rear garden is bordered by a stream to one side and has many mature trees, to include a lovely eucalyptus tree, areas of lawn, various well stocked flower beds with a variety of shrubs and small trees, paved areas, pond, greenhouse, side access with outside tap and side gate.

End of Garden

Rear Aspect

Council Tax

The property is in Band E. The amount payable for 2019-2020 is £2,407.05. This is taken from voa.gov.uk

EPC=D

  • Attractive Detached Bungalow
  • Within Walking Distance of South Downs
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • Triple Aspect Lounge/dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • 2 Double Sized Bedrooms
  • Shower Room & Separate wc
  • Large Loft Providing Potential (Subject to PP)
  • Delightful Mature Garden Bordered by Stream
  • Driveway & Garage