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John Edwards & Co is delighted to present Tyle Cottage, a three/four bed detached house in the heart of picturesque Ferring, close to Ferring Village itself, with its shops, cafs, restaurants, and pubs, and within half a mile of the beach and seafront. This substantial family home comprises three/four bedrooms, a spacious living and dining room, a fitted kitchen and breakfast room, conservatory, family bathroom with two separate WCs, a utility room, front and rear gardens, a garage with off-street parking, and a large exterior workshop which could easily be converted into a home office, gym, or salon/treatment room. It also boasts many period features including exposed wood beams, a snug area, a stunning inglenook fireplace, and a sauna room. This is a genuinely beautiful character property guaranteed to attract a great deal of interest. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate all it has to offer. EXTERIOR
The front garden is enclosed within a low stone wall, and is laid to patio with shingled areas providing plenty of space for mature plants, shrubs, and trees. There is an in/out driveway, exterior lighting, plenty of space for off-street parking, and a driveway leading to the garage. The front door is sheltered beneath an open porch with space for seating, and there is access to the rear garden via a secure side-passage.
The entrance hall features a solid wood floor, a textured ceiling with pendant lighting and exposed wood beams, and the doors into the living/dining room, room, the snug, kitchen and breakfast room, and the stairs to the first floor landing. There is also a good size understairs storage cupboard housing the electrics.
This cosy reception located off the entrance hall features a solid wood floor, a textured ceiling with pendant lighting and exposed wood beams, a large brick built fireplace, a radiator, power points, leaded windows to front aspect, and an attractive stained-glass window to side.
The spacious main reception room features a solid wood floor, a textured ceiling with exposed wood beams and pendant lighting, two radiators, wall-mounted lighting, TV and power points, double-glazed windows and doors to rear aspect opening into the conservatory, and a stained glass window to side. There is plenty of space for both lounge and dining furniture, TV and power points, and a beautiful inglenook fireplace, brick built, with working log burner, which has inset shelving and seating on both sides.
The conservatory is a brick and double-glazed construction, and is large enough to be utilised as a further reception room in its own right. It has a pitched roof with ceiling fan, wall-mounted lighting, tiled flooring, power points, and plenty of space for both lounge and dining furniture.
KITCHEN & BREAKFAST ROOM
The kitchen features a range of base-mounted cabinets, rolled top work surfaces with an inset sink and drainer, a four burner electrical hob, power points, and various wall racks and shelves. There is a wooden floor, a textured ceiling with exposed wood beams, suspended spotlights, a large pantry-style cupboard, and windows and door to side aspect, into the utility room. The breakfast area has a solid wood floor, a textured ceiling with pendant lighting, a radiator, power points, plenty of space for a breakfast/dining table and chairs, and triple aspect leaded windows.
The convenient separate utility area a lean-to style structure - features a vinyl floor, a pitched roof, wall-mounted lighting, a base-mounted unit with sink and drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a large US-style fridge/freezer, a door to rear aspect into the garden, and a door into the downstairs WC.
This downstairs cloakroom features a two-piece suite comprising a high-level WC, and wall-mounted hand wash basin. There is a tiled floor, a skimmed ceiling, wall-mounted lighting, and an opaque leaded window to side aspect.
STAIRS & FIRST FLOOR LANDING
The stairs are wooden, with a wooden banister. At the landing level, there is a solid wood floor, a skimmed ceiling with pendant lighting, a smoke detector, picture rails, a leaded window to front aspect, and the doors into both bedrooms, the bathroom, the sauna room, the separate WC, and the stairs to the second floor/loft room.
BEDROOM ONE - MASTER
This spacious master bedroom has a solid wood floor, a coved and textured ceiling with pendant lighting, a radiator, power points, inbuilt wardrobes, and dual-aspect double-glazed leaded windows to rear and side.
The second bedroom - also a good sized double - features a solid wood floor, a coved and textured ceiling, wall-mounted lighting, TV and power points, a radiator, and dual aspect windows to front and side.
BEDROOM THREE/SAUNA ROOM
This potential third bedroom converted into a sauna room by the present owners has a vinyl floor, a textured ceiling with central ceiling light, a radiator, a corner shower cubicle, a purpose-built Scandinavian-style wooden sauna cubicle with internal bench seating, and double-glaze leaded windows to rear.
The bathroom features a three-piece suite comprising a freestanding bath, a large walk-in shower cubicle, and a wall-mounted hand wash basin with storage below. There is a wooden floor, a coved and textured ceiling with central ceiling light, a heated towel rail, an electrical shaver socket, and double glazed leaded windows to side.
This separate cloakroom features a two-piece suite comprising low-level WC, and wall-mounted hand wash basin. There is a carpeted floor, a textured ceiling with central ceiling light, dado rails, and leaded windows to front aspect.
BEDROOM FOUR - LOFT ROOM
The spacious loft room easily large enough to create a large double bedroom and en-suite bathroom - features a laminate wood floor, a textured ceiling with pendant lighting, power and light, and windows to rear aspect with stunning views of the sea and the South Downs.
The rear garden is laid to lawn and fringed with established plants and shrubs. There are mature fruit trees including peach, fig, and pear, and a large patio area with raised wooden decking section, providing plenty of space for barbecuing and alfresco dining. In addition, there is a wooden shed, a workshop, rear access into the garage, and gated access to the side/front of the property. An external storage cupboard also houses the boiler presently servicing the property.
This passage connects the front and rear gardens and has space for bins, and an outside tap.
The garage has a hardstanding floor, double wooden doors, power and light, and plenty of overhead storage space.