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Hailsham Road, Pevensey, East Sussex - £150,000
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
1 Gardens   
1 Receptions
1 Parking Spaces
Status: Sold Subject to Contract | Semi-Detached Bungalow in
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Description


Features
  • LOVELY SEMI DETACHED HOLIDAY COTTAGE
    SEMI RURAL SETTING
    TWO GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS
    OPEN PLAN KITCHEN AND LOUNGE
    GAS CENTRAL HEATING (VIA LPG)
    COMMUNAL FACILITIES (SWIMMING POOL, LAUNDRY AND FISHING LAKE)
    CHAIN FREE
    CASH BUYERS ONLY

Room Details

Entrance

Double glazed door directly into lounge.

Double Aspect Lounge

13' x 11' 7" (3.96m x 3.53m). Tiled flooring. Two radiators. Two double glazed windows to side and front.

Double Aspect Open Plan Kitchen

11' 11" x 6' 10" (3.63m x 2.08m). Fitted in a range of eye and base level units and drawers with worksurfaces over. Single bowl sink unit. Tiled splashbacks. Space for electric cooker. Space for further appliance. Double glazed windows to side and rear.

Inner Hall

Airing/storage cupboard with radiator, part shelved. Hatch to loft space housing combination "Worcester Green Star" boiler.

Bedroom One

11' 7" x 9' 10" (3.53m x 3.00m). Coved ceiling. Radiator. Range of fitted furniture. Double glazed window to front.

Bathroom

A white suite comprising bath with shower attachment and wall mounted shower, wash hand basin and low level WC. Tiled splashback. Radiator. Wall light point. Double glazed opaque window to rear.

Bedroom Two

11' 1" x 9' 10" (3.38m x 3.00m). Coved ceiling. Radiator. Double glazed window to rear.

Communal Gardens

For the use of all residents.

Lease

Approx. 982 years remaining (tbc).

Maintenance

£1,283 per annum to include ground rent charges and water rates (tbc).

Gas and Electric Charges

Paid through the Estate on a monthly basis.

Communal Facilities for the use of Residents


• Swimming pool via access Glyndley Manor, between the hours of 09:30-12:00 and 14:00-17:00.
• Laundry between the hours of 08:00-19:30.
• Fishing lake (subject to fishing license).

Council Tax

Band B.

NB Agents Note

The property can only be purchased by a cash purchaser, it will not meet the lending criteria of mortgage companies.

N.B.

Glyndley Manor Estates Ltd

RIGHTFUL USE OF GLYNDLEY MANOR COTTAGES


This information is given below to assist those owning/using, or seeking to own/use, the cottages that lie in the grounds of Glyndley Manor, to help understanding of how the cottages can be rightfully used in accordance with the agreements that relate to this estate. This information is given in good faith to try to promote lawful occupation and retain this important site as a special place for recreation and holidays. The owners of Glyndley Manor are Glyndley Manor Estates Ltd; the document of agreement with those leasing the cottages refer to the Manor owners as the landlord.

The cottages were built some 30 years ago

and were subject to strict planning conditions, from the local authority, that stipulated that the cottages were only to be used for holiday, recreational, tourist or conference purposes and, under no circumstances, were they to be used as permanent residential units.

The agreement that was set up between Glyndley Manor and the leaseholders of these cottages incorporated the same stipulations. At the time of purchase, each leaseholder agrees, in writing, to use his/her cottage agreement with these requirements. This is intended to safeguard the amenity of this site for all those that come to Glyndley.

These following notes are given to clarify the requirements

and are based on the lease agreement:

1) Cottages can be used by anyone with the leaseholder’s permission. If the cottage is let to anyone else it must be with the landlord’s consent, unless it is for less than a month. Letting must in no case permit the cottage to be used as a permanent residence.

2) Many leaseholders let their cottages out for short periods of holiday/recreational use. There is a letting business (owned by the landlord) based on the site that is available to leaseholders if they wish to use this agency. Leaseholders do not have to use this agency, but many find it convenient.

As well as

3) The local authority have stated that their simple definition of rightful use would be that those using the cottages should clearly have a permanent residence elsewhere which they normally occupy. Whether the leaseholder meets the requirements of the local authority or not, the terms of the lease will stand as the basis of the tenancy of cottages on the estate at Glyndley.

4) There is nothing in the lease stipulating the number of days per year that a cottage must, or must not, be occupied to meet the terms of the lease. It is the purpose of use, not the length of use, that is important. If the purpose is not for recreational or a conference, it breaks the covenants of the lease.

GME Ltd
Aug/2010