3 Bedroom Chalet Bungalow - Detached

Carters Corner, Hailsham

For Sale £425,000

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Price: £425,000
Chalet Bungalow - Detached
2 Bathroom
3 Bedroom
1 Garage

Property Description

We think you will appreciate the far-reaching countryside vista, toward the South Downs, that can be enjoyed from the rear balcony of this interesting and individual CHAIN FREE home. The subject dwelling was originally constructed in the 1930's and has been subsequently extended and converted into a chalet over the ensuing decades. In our opinion the accommodation provided offers a degree of flexibility with a shower room on the ground floor plus a bathroom/wc situated between the two bedrooms on the first floor. As a result of the extension the house now boasts a generous-sized dual aspect 22ft long reception room with sliding patio doors to the rear garden. Adjacent to this is a study/utility room with an internal door opening to the capacious single garage. The house enjoys a semi-rural plot with hedgerows forming most boundaries and to the front elevation there is a parking/turning area, whilst the back garden offers a high degree of privacy with a substantial timber-built workshop building. For those not familiar with this area then we can advise that "Carters Corner" is a locale to the northern fringes of Hailsham and the nearby hamlet of Magham Down. Intending viewers also need to be aware that this home is offered for sale CHAIN FREE.


Main Features

  • CHAIN FREE
  • Versatile Accommodation
  • Chalet-Style Home
  • Three/Four Bedrooms
  • Study/Utility Area
  • Dual Aspect Lounge
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Oil-Fired Heating
  • Dining Area
  • Attached Garage

  • ENTRANCE PORCH

    This structure has a pitched tiled roof with a weather-boarded gable, wood-effect uPVC front door, tiled flooring. An inner part-glazed door opens to:-

  • ENTRANCE HALL

    13'1" x 5'11" Max. (3.99m x 1.81m Max.)

    On one wall the stairs run up through 180 degrees and at the foot is flanked by deep storage cupboards. On the opposing wall is a single radiator. Internal doors opening to most parts of the ground floor accommodation including;

  • BEDROOM THREE

    12'2" x 10'1" Max. (3.72m x 3.07m Max.)

    (Presently used as study) Front aspect double-glazed window, with leaded lights, and single radiator under. Along one wall is a bank of fitted wardrobes.

  • DINING ROOM

    12'1" x 10'1" (3.69m x 3.08m)

    Rear aspect sliding patio door opening to patio and ultimately the back garden. Single radiator, wall-mounted locker containing electricity meters etc. From the the rear of this room a sliding door opens to reveal;

  • KITCHEN

    10'8" x 10'1" Max. (3.25m x 3.07m Max.)

    Front aspect double-glazed window with leaded lights and single radiator under. Arranged along two walls are a range of fitted eye & base level units with contrasting work surfaces, spaces for upright fridge/freezer, dish washer and electric cooker. Inset one and a half bowl sink with single drainer and mixer tap. Recess with internal window to stairwell.

  • DOWNSTAIRS SHOWER ROOM/WC

    6'11" x 5'11" Max. (2.11m x 1.81m Max.)

    Rear aspect obscure double-glazed window, coloured suite comprising low-level WC with discreet cistern tank, pedestal type wash hand basin, corner shower cubicle, fully tiled walls, single radiator.

  • SITTING ROOM

    22'0" x 12'2" (6.71m x 3.70m)

    Dual aspect room with rear aspect double-glazed window and adjacent sliding patio doors opening to the back garden. The focal point to this room is a "faux" fireplace containing an LPG gas fire (untested). One double and one single radiator. In one corner an internal door leads to;

  • UTILITY ROOM/STUDY

    11'2" x 9'2" Max. (3.41m x 2.80m Max.)

    Rear aspect double-glazed window, two built-in cupboards with adjacent fitted shelving. From one end of this room a door opens into;

  • ATTACHED SINGLE GARAGE

    21'0" x 8'8" internally (6.41m x 2.63m internally)

    Electric-powered up and over vehicle door, wall-mounted oil-fired cental heating boiler with adjacent pressure vessel.

  • STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR

    Rise from the entrance hall and turn through 180 degrees, passing an internal window in the stairwell, upto;

  • FIRST FLOOR LANDING

    Door opening to airing cupboard containing factory-lagged hot water cylinder, low-height door to eaves storage, also doors to all parts of the first floor accommodation including;

  • BEDROOM ONE

    17'5" x 10'10" Max. (5.31m x 3.30m Max.)

    Dual aspect with dormer windows and casement door to the "balcony". A range of fitted furniture including bed side units, drawers and wardrobes, single radiator.

  • BATHROOM/WC

    8'0" x 6'11" Max. (2.44m x 2.11m Max.)

    Rear aspect obscure double-glazed window, presently fitted with a coloured low-level suite comprising bath with side panel, close-coupled WC, pedestal-type wash hand basin with tiled splashback and fitted circular mirror over. Single radiator.

  • BEDROOM TWO

    17'3" x 10'3" Max. (5.26m x 3.12m Max.)

    This room is also dual aspect with double-glazed windows to the front & rear elevations. Along on wall is a bank of fitted wardrobes and drawer units. Double radiator.

  • DESCRIPTION OF PLOT

    From the public highway a sloping driveway, with brick-built retaining walls, leads to a parking/turning area to the front elevation of the dwelling. There is also a well-established front garden with an area of lawn interspersed with smaller shrubs and trees. The boundaries are mainly formed by hedgerows and in one corner can be found the fibreglass fuel-oil tank. Alongside the left flank is a gated side accessway that in turn leads into the back garden. In the angle between the extension and the rear of the house, and served by both sets of patio doors, is a flagged patio area providing a useful outdoor entertaining space. Below the window for the utility room is an outside tap. Beyond the patio is an area of lawn with thoughtfully planted out beds and borders. We can also advise that this garden offers a high degree of privacy afforded by the high hedgerows to three boundaries. The rear boundary backs onto open farmland. In one corner can be found;

  • TIMBER-BUILT WORKSHOP

    19'5" x 9'11" Internally (5.93m x 3.02m Internally)

    This substantial and sturdy building boasts dual doors with side windows at each end plus a series of windows along the longer side. We can also advise that electric power and light is extant, the floor here is boarded.


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