Tower House is an impressive & deceptive five bedroom, three reception room, and study detached period house dating back to around 1800 with origins referred to in the Historic Hastings Book as a Windmill, then as Mill Hill Cottage linked to The Lodge and Whitefriars. The property occupies a secluded corner position on Hastings favoured West Hill within close proximity to the historic Old Town and Norman Castle. The West Hill itself has access in to Hastings town centre with its mainline railway station, comprehensive shopping facilities and sea front.
From the landscaped and attractive front gardens to the approach in to the reception hallway with a feature central staircase, there is an immediate feeling of space, this is consolidated by the hexagonal living room (foot print of Windmill) with a wood burner. The split level accommodation provides versatility of use with a 12'8 x 11'3 kitchen/breakfast room with a galleried staircase leading to the separate dining room. There is also a study with a lower ground floor guest bedroom with a private door to the rear garden, utility and occasional/bedroom six with a separate shower room. The master bedroom enjoys an en suite shower room/w.c and an adjoining sun room/conservatory which overlooks the rear gardens and has distant sea views. There are three further bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate w.c and a particular feature are the enclosed level patio & lawned gardens, which have been landscaped and carefully maintained to provide a wonderful family space. The rear garden, lounge and master bedroom are all south facing and that there is a summer house and an additional garden shed. In addition there is a driveway to the side providing off road parking and a 17'8 x 12'5 coach house style garage. Further benefits include gas fired central heating, double glazing and solar panelling delivers water heating.