Broad Street, Icklesham, Winchelsea, East Sussex, TN36 4AT | Property for sale | Savills
394.28 sq m(4,244 sq ft)
Guide price £1,650,000

Broad StreetIcklesham, Winchelsea, East Sussex, TN36 4AT


    Key features

    • Beautifully presented mainly Georgian country house in an idyllic rural setting
    • Benefitting from excellent naturally light rooms of lovely proportions
    • Far reaching bucolic views
    • Bespoke Portrait Kitchen with four oven electric ER7 AGA
    • David Salisbury conservatory with underfloor heating
    • Excellent additional cottage with parking and private garden area
    • Delightful gardens, garden/mower store
    • Winchelsea beach about 4.9 miles
    • Historic and popular town of Rye 6.3 miles

    Beautifully situated, principally Georgian country house with flexible detached cottage, set in beautiful gardens and enjoying stunning views.

    About this property

    • Snaylham House is a handsome, predominantly Georgian country house with later additions, understood to date originally from the early 1800s, it sits amidst delightful gardens with wonderful countryside views and benefits from a flexible one bedroom cottage, perfect for guests or multi-generational living.

      This unlisted property enjoys an elevated position, set midway along a shared private lane and within a designated High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Just over a mile away lies the village of Icklesham, whilst 6.3 miles to the north east lies the historic and hugely popular medieval town of Rye, with train station, independent shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants.

      The very well presented accommodation of excellent proportions, amounts to over 4,400 sq ft including the wine cellar. Lovely features throughout the house include high ceilings, painted panelled internal doors, picture rails, deep skirtings, oak flooring to the kitchen/breakfast room and family room/conservatory, period fireplaces to many rooms and glorious views which can be enjoyed from most rooms.

      The elegant reception hall with recessed display niches and wide staircase to the first floor, leads to three principal reception rooms; the sitting room/study with woodburning stove and deep bay window, the formal dining room and the wonderful 25ft drawing room with open fireplace and French doors opening to the southerly facing terrace. The attractive family room with David Salisbury conservatory, is located to the western portion of house and has underfloor heating.

      The kitchen/breakfast room was refitted in 2021 by Portrait Kitchens of Rye with a range of hand painted cupboards and walnut drawers, all complemented by quartz stone worksurfaces. Appliances comprise an electric ER7 AGA, integral dishwasher, freestanding fridge/freezer and a Quooker boiling water tap. French doors open from the breakfast area to the terrace. Off the kitchen is the utility/boot room with a stable door and a WC.

      A wide staircase leads to the generous first floor landing where there are six attractive bedrooms which are served by three bath/shower rooms, two being en suite. All the bedrooms enjoy views over the gardens or adjoining farmland beyond and the majority benefit from fitted cupboards, with the main bedroom having its own dressing room and stylishly finished bathroom. A part boarded loft can be accessed from the landing via a retractable ladder.

      Gardens and Cottage
      Snaylham House is approached via a shared private lane. Gates open to the gravel drive to the front of the house where there is ample parking and turning. The beautiful gardens extend to about 1.12 acres and provide a lovely setting for the property, with a wide terrace stretching away to the rear, separate lawned areas with mature trees, established hedging, an array of seasonal shrubs and varieties of rose. Outbuildings comprise a mower/garden store with power and light connected.

      The excellent single storey cottage is located a short distance from the house and benefits from an open plan sitting/dining room/fully fitted kitchen, a bedroom and en suite shower room. Outside there is a private garden and parking area.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I love everything about this light filled family home, the elegant room proportions, the gardens, the location and the views that can be enjoyed from nearly every room!

    Duncan PetrieProperty agent

    Local information

    • Icklesham village lies about 1.3 miles away and has a convenience store, a village hall, a primary school and pub. The historic hilltop town of Rye (6.3 miles) has an extensive selection of antique shops, art galleries, restaurants, gift shops and the Kino cinema. Sport and leisure facilities include excellent golf courses, fishing, sailing and various watersports at Camber (10.4 miles).
    • Train services run from Rye to Ashford with a high speed link running from Ashford to London St Pancras in about 37 minutes.
    • There is an excellent selection of schools in the area in both the state and private sectors at primary and secondary level. These include Vinehall at Robertsbridge, Dulwich School Cranbrook, Marlborough House and St Ronans preparatory schools. Cranbrook Grammar, Ashford School, Highworth Grammar School, Ashford, Norton Knatchbull for Boys, Homewood School Tenterden, Sutton Valence, Benenden Girl's School and Kings College at Canterbury.
    • The M20 can be joined at Ashford with links to London, the coast and other motorway networks. The A21 at Flimwell with links to the M25 at junction 5 and Gatwick and Heathrow airports.

    Additional information

    • Services: Oil fired central heating, mains water, electricity and private drainage via sewerage treatment plant. Fibre optic broadband.
    • The cottage - Tax band B.
    • Directions: https://w3w.co/documents.dignitary.riches
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G