Battle
£525,000
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Description

An incredible historical home located in central Battle with its own private and secure garden. At over 1900 sq ft there are four good size double bedrooms, three bathrooms, and four reception rooms! This stunning home is full of character with its abundance of period features!

  • Four bedrooms
  • Four reception rooms
  • Three bathrooms
  • South facing garden
  • Period features
  • Incredible high street location

The property has been vastly improved with modern bathrooms retaining original features and a handmade kitchen with Sanderson Range Cooker and oak worktops. Additionally the property can be accessed by three entrances and also has a boot room/utility room and downstairs bathroom especially useful for returning from those long country walks!

The main reception room which is 22 foot in length and 14 foot wide and features original flag stone tile floor, original beams, a rare bressuma beam and a log burner!
The dining room is a good size, with access to the pantry and kitchen along with its own period features and feature fireplace.
Moving from the dining room there is a pantry area with worktop and is ideal for prepping for your evening's guests.
The kitchen has been designed in a country feel with handmade oak worktops as well as handmade kitchen cupboards and units. There is a Sanderson range cooker and the flooring is terracotta tiles.
Off from the kitchen is a breakfast room or alternative living area away from the main.
The boot room has its own interior and exterior doors (the exterior is a newly fitted stable door) to a small outside courtyard, there is plumbing for white goods and access into a charmful downstairs bathroom, with rolltop bath and WC.
Up the stairs off the main living room (the hallway also has direct access out to the twitten) the first three bedrooms are located along with a further reception room.
Bedroom one is a good size double with a front aspect. There is a sash window and radiator.
Further down the hall is the first-floor reception room which is ideal for a snug or further living room.
Bedroom two is a very cosy double bedroom with a sash window.
Bedroom three is a good size double with storage cupboard and wooden flooring with a front aspect.
The shower room is nestled between the two with a walk-in shower, WC and sink.
The main bedroom accessed by the final stairwell is a good size double with beautiful beams and comes with its own large en-suite with roll-top bath and large cupboard.
The south-facing garden is accessed via the twitten serving the two cottages located at the back. The garden is secure with its portion of the original Battle abbey wall and provides space for entertaining on summer evenings with a lawn and patio area as well as a good size shed ideal for a studio or office.

Situated in central battle and only a short walk to the shops, cafes, station, pubs and restaurants. There are three mini supermarkets and the property is nestled between two doctors’ surgeries, 3 opticians and 2 dentists.

Battle train station is less than a 7 minute walk away which runs direct to Charing cross, Waterloo East and London Bridge, train taking 1hr 20 min minutes to reach central London.

This property is ideally located for many great schools and nurseries in the area both private and state.
Battle and Langton is the closest Primary School and Claverham Community College is the closest secondary school. – All within walking distance from this family property.
Private schools include Battle Abbey a brief walk up the high street and Claremont a short drive away.
This property whilst being in the heart of Battle is also surrounded by a plethora of amazing walks on your doorsteps with various routes across 1066 countryside. I would be happy to point this out on our viewing.

History
The property has only had five owners to date!Built between 1450 - 1471 by the Abbey
Estate this home features many historical gems such as an ornately carved Bressuma beam located above the wood burning stove.
In the 1600s the property was a tea shop and in the 1800s a butchers of which the owners has historical photos.

Location