This beautifully converted Kent-style oast house is packed full of contemporary style but with tasteful use of brickwork exposure and beams throughout, creating a stunning blend of old and new looks.
This traditional Sussex oast house is situated on the outskirts of the rural village of Hurst Green. This small village has a shop which is situated in a converted church, so you can buy the newspapers and morning milk. As the property is situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there are many pretty villages nearby and some interesting historic properties nearby. The National Trust property of Batemans, which was once home to Rudyard Kipling, and where he wrote The Jungle Book is within a ten minute drive of the property, as is the imposing castle at Bodiam.
The front door of the property opens straight into the stunning lounge with its high ceilings and exposed beams. Here you will find two comfortable sofas, a beautiful Ottoman sideboard and a vintage armoire. There is a TV with DVD player, which comes with a range of DVDs. Leading off from the lounge, is the dining room, with its feature wall and table seating eight. A small corridor leading off from the other end of the lounge leads to the kitchen, with its two distinct areas. The cooking area has the electric oven, hob, microwave, fridge and freezer, whilst the second area is where you will find the washing machine, dishwasher and sink. Doors off from the kitchen lead out to the courtyard garden, with table and chairs. There is one bedroom on the ground floor, which is located in the oast’s roundel. There is a zip-and-link king-size bed, which can be made up as two singles should you prefer, and a TV. There is also a bathroom on this floor, with shower over bath. Stairs from the lounge lead to a mezzanine floor, with desk and work area, overlooking the lounge. To the first floor, you will find the master bedroom suite, a true sanctuary with king-size bed, its own TV and stunning en-suite which is located in the roundel and features a bath with handheld shower and a further separate shower with glass gates.
The property’s gardens are beautiful and feature a lovely garden room with sofa and chairs with views over the surrounding countryside. Close to here is an established wild garden and then there is a courtyard area to the front of the property with table, chairs and a BBQ.
Please note there is a refundable £500 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.