High Street, Pevensey, East Sussex


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Greystones Estate Agents are delighted to offer for sale a rare opportunity to secure this charming grade II listed detached property with wonderful character features and believed to be dating back nearly 700 years with Tudor origins, which once formed part of the Lyons Close Dairy Farm, since when it has served as a tea room, accommodation for the French Canadian Soldiers during the Second World War and as residence of the famous author, John Harris-Burland. Situated in the historic village of Pevensey and is located within a short walk from Pevensey Castle, renowned local pubs and the delightful castle tea room, Pevensey & Westham railway station is within walking distance, with links to Eastbourne and Hastings. Offering a wealth of character and historic features, including a cosy inglenook fireplace built with recycled stone from the nearby Roman Castle, a plethora of oak timber beams reclaimed from local shipwrecks and an ancient Sussex stove, built into the wall of the sitting room. Accommodation and benefits comprise an entrance hall, two reception rooms, bathroom/WC, boot room and Kitchen on the ground floor. The first offers four bedrooms with the master having an en-suite plus a separate WC. The rear garden is a particular feature which is well stocked and has rear access to the detached garage.  

  • bullet Four Bedrooms
  • bullet Period Detached House
  • bullet Wealth Of Character
  • bullet Two Bathrooms
  • bullet Over 500 Years Old
  • bullet Village Location
Floorplan for High Street, Pevensey, East Sussex

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