by Aspect County

This handsome detached Grade II listed house has scope and potential for anyone looking for a mixed use residential and commercial property. Alternately it could be returned to a fine period residential town house. 
The main residence retains a wealth of original period features and comprises five bedrooms, bathroom, en-suite, sitting room and a large family kitchen/dining/sun room. There are also two commercial shops with scope for business use or to sublet and a self-contained one bedroom flat. Outside you have private rear gardens and ample parking.
Extra plus points include a cellar and an attic, which is at full head height forming two pitches with windows. The major plus is that the sale price has only just been reduced for a speedy sale.

The stunning living room retains a wealth of original features with exposed ceiling and wall timbers and wood panelled walls. There is an inglenook fireplace with a Bessemer beam housing a wood burning stove. The windows are original and have secondary glazing.
The Kitchen/Dining/Family Room is fitted with base and full height units and a large kitchen island with a wooden work surface. Again, you have a wealth of exposed beams and original floor boards. You then walk through into the dining area with a lovely feature brick fireplace and then on into the sun room with an exposed brick wall and an aspect over the garden and double doors opening to the gardens.

The Master Bedroom comprises of two areas. The first is arranged as a dressing area with built-in wardrobes, a wealth of exposed beams and views across park farm to Battle Great Woods. You have further built in storage and wall mounted lights.
The Tudor House private and intimate rear gardens are enclosed and secluded. Although conveniently situated in the heart of the town, the garden exudes peace and tranquillity. There are also outbuildings for storage. Then you can go through the back gate, turn left through a twitten, then it is only a minutes’ walk until you emerge into a country lane, then fields and the beautiful Rother countryside that surrounds this old market town.

For the commute Battle station is only 15 minutes’ walk down the picturesque high street, past Battle Abbey and the renowned Battle Abbey private school. Located within the heart of the charming and historic town of Battle, Tudor House has so much potential, character and scope for the prospective new owners.

The agents are Rush Witt & Wilson, Battle 01424 578025.