Mill Cottage is an absolutely charming, semi-detached cottage in one of Battle's most sought-after locations. Thought to date from the 17th Century, the house offers immense character and some extraordinary original features, whilst providing very practical accommodation. The house is set behind a deep front garden, which not only offers it privacy, but for a house of this great age, provides the rare bonus of off street parking. Once inside, the house immediately exudes charm in the Entrance Hall, with original oak beams and a glazed door to the Sitting Room. Here the impressive 'Inglenook' fireplace, with its huge oak beam above dominates the room and features a solid fuel burner. 2 leaded light windows look on to the front garden. Approached via the Inner Hall, with space for coats and boots, the Kitchen/diner is rustic in feel yet practical, with a walk in pantry and useful separate Utility room. There is another solid fuel burner, that requires some adaptation to function. Doors lead to the split level garden. The 2 double bedrooms on the first floor are supplemented by an unexpectedly spacious landing, that currently serves as a guest sleeping area, with all 3 areas served by a family bathroom with separate bathtub and shower. The rear garden is arranged over 2 levels and offers a surprising degree of privacy and being mainly paved is relatively low maintenance at present. Mill Cottage is sitauted within approximately 0.3 of a mile of Battle High Street with its ever-improving amenities and of course the historic Abbey.
17'2" x 9'3" | 5.23m x 2.82m
An absolutely charming and character filled room, with original beams to the ceiling and an impressive 'Inglenook' fireplace, with huge original beam above and a solid fuel burner. 2 leaded light windows overlook the generous front Garden
Kitchen Dining Room
13'7" x 9'6" | 4.14m x 2.9m
This really is a welcoming space, with a charming 'rustic' style kitchen with tiled floor and heavy original oak beams, range of units with tiled splashback. Ceramic sink situated by the leaded light windows, overlooking the lower section of the rear garden. A panelled door opens to the excellent pantry, with a further door to
8'2" x 5' | 2.5m x 1.52m
an extremely useful space, plumbed for the washimg machine, tiled floor.
1st Floor Landing
12'5" x 5'6" | 3.78m x 1.68m
this is an unexpectedly spacious and useful area which serves currently as an occasional guest Bedroom. With original beams and raised built-in window seat overlooking the rear garden.
12'8" x 9'7" | 3.86m x 2.92m
another charming room with original beams and 3 leaded light windows overlooking the lovely, deep front garden.
10'10" x 8'4" | 3.3m x 2.54m
with restricted height doorway, but a generous room with additional recessed storage area. Again with beams and raised window-seat over the garden.
with 'rolltop, claw-foot' bathtub, separate tiled shower cubicle with glazed door, pedestal wash basin and low level WC, tiled floor and original beams.
The house is set back from Caldbec Hill, behind a deep front garden, with a path leading from the street and a gravel area providing parking, along with a lawn area in front of the house.
To the rear of the house is what is perhaps a larger than expected garden, on two levels. The lower section is accessed form the kitchen and offers a private space for 'al fresco' dining and a brick garden store. Steps lead up to the larger raised section of garden, which is mainly paved with some brick planters and offers a surprisingly secluded haven.
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