The property comprises an attached period home which is believed to be a former toll cottage standing on the southern edge of Forest Row providing access to ashdown forest on payment of the ancient levy. There have been extensive improvement and enlargements to the house over the last twenty years including refurbishment by the present vendors. This charming home now provides a light and well presented character residence combining modern amenities with period features including an inglenook fireplace with wood burner, and a number of old wrought iron fireplaces. Tastefully decorated, the property now has four good sized first floor bedrooms, together with a modern tiled bathroom with a 'P' bath having overhead shower. On the ground floor there is an oak front door leading into the 23ft double aspect sitting room. Beyond is the central dining room leading to the well presented kitchen/breakfast room and the study/utility room on the lower ground floor. Outside there is an extensive gravelled parking area and garden to the front, whilst the rear has a good sized south east facing garden with a useful outbuilding of 170 square feet. EPC Rating: E (45) Council Tax Band: F
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