Second.....I'd like to show you my favourite property in Pevensey. It is on the High Street within a stones throw (not that you should throw stones!) of the Roman walls that encircle Pevensey Castle. Pevensey is a really lovely spot....you could walk your dogs on the common within the Roman Wall or walk to several quaint spots for a feed and/or a pint. The minute I spotted this house, I wanted to move in....so maybe I.....shouldn't...be...showing...you! There was a lovely big yard beside this house and I spied some lovely old trees and a huge greenhouse, or was it a potting shed....anyway, it was more than meets the eye. Just imagine it when that Wisteria vine is in bloom!
Just a little down the road and across the street, opposite the post office were these darling little Tudor cottages. The first one caught my eye because the walls were so irregular and the windows looked like they were about to pop out. This is characteristic of original Tudor buildings as the timber frames were cut by hand rather than machinery. However it has made it this far and the only drawback I can find is remembering to duck when using the front door of the second cottage. There was also a huge walled garden between the two.
If none of these tick your boxes then it's on to the Third option. I have a few more from the cobbled streets of Rye to run past you. Who could resist the chance to live in picturesque Rye?
I would love to know which of these were your favourite if you had a chance to "Move to The Country".
There is quite a selection of houses for you to pick and choose and I didn't even include most of the Tudor houses that I saw.....that is for another post with some historic facts included.
*This post is meant in jest and of course, none of these houses are for sale at the present.....as far as I know*
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