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Oast House for sale: Etchingham, East Sussex

01 Aug
August 1, 2012

Detached oast house for sale in East Sussex. With single kiln offering great character and charm including exposed beams, exposed brick chimney breast and a vaulted ceilings. The property has the benefit of gas fired central heating by radiators and double glazed windows. An internal inspection is thoroughly recommended to fully appreciate Lodge Farm Oast. Entrance hall with exposed timbering, two understairs storage cupboards tiled floor and solid wood latch and brace door to the roundel living room, french double opening doors to one side, together with a full height window, exposed brick fireplace with gas effect log burning stove and bressumer beam over.

The property is approached over a driveway leading to double farm style wooden gates to a extensive parking area for multiple vehicles. The gardens lie to the side and rear of the property with a small area of lawn. The owners currently rent a further section of garden.

Guide Price £280,000 with further details available here.

Oast House for Sale: Rye, East Sussex

16 Jul
July 16, 2012

Our first post. Let’s get the ball rolling by featuring a particular favourite of mine.
Here we have an Oast House for sale in Peasmarsh – a village near to Rye, East Sussex. An Oast House is a building containing an oast (a kiln for drying hops); usually has a conical or pyramidal roof.

This detached twin roundel grade II listed oast house  has been subject to a high quality  conversion combining the traditional character of the building with modern contemporary living. It is set off a country lane in lawned gardens which back onto open farmland. Within the garden there is a detached guest cottage as well as several useful outbuildings.

Peasmarsh offers a good range of local services including a large independently owned supermarket, a primary school, two public houses and the Parish Church of St. Peter and St. Paul. The Ancient Town and Cinque Port of Rye is located 6 miles away and is famed for its historical associations. The town offers a range of local shops, restaurants and train services on the Brighton to Ashford line with fast connections to London (37 minutes) and the Continent.

Included in the images above are before and after shots of the conversion. Just the painting of the window frames has transformed the look of the building.

The above property is on the market at £995,000

See the estate agent’s website for further details.

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