SOLD: This historic aerial photograph has been kindly supplied by the owner and as the image depicts, this is a wonderful detached home of distinction, set in a generous plot of approximately two thirds of an acre, now in need of modernisation.
ATTRIBUTES: DETACHED PERIOD HOUSE OFFERING VACANT POSSESSION, 10 METRE, CENTRAL HALLWAY + CLOAKROOM, THREE, SPACIOUS RECEPTION ROOMS, KITCHEN + UTILITY, FOUR FIRST FLOOR DOUBLE BEDROOMS, STUDY, BATHROOM + SEPARATE WC, TWO THIRDS OF AN ACRE PLOT, PARKING, DETACHED OUTBUILDING, OIL FIRED HEATING.
EPC RATING: BAND F
Presenting traditional brick elevations beneath a slate tiled roof with spacious accommodation typical of its age, many of the rooms are double or dual aspect.
In brief, the spacious accommodation comprises an enclosed entrance porch leading through to a 10 metre deep central hallway with stairs rising to the first floor. Off the end of the hall is a cloakroom and to the left two reception rooms in the form of a sitting room and family room, both with exposed floorboards and fireplaces. To the other side of the hall is a dining room, again with exposed floor boards, picture rail and decorative coved ceiling. A door leads through to a utility room (housing the oil fired boiler) and kitchen beyond.
To the first floor and approached off of a 9 metre landing are four double bedrooms, study, bathroom and separate wc.
A driveway provides off road parking and gives access to a detached outbuilding/store. The gardens are also in need of restoration and with time could be re-instated into their former glory. They wrap themselves around the house to three sides, partly laid to lawn and with an array of established shrubs and trees. The property is screened from the road by hedgerow and trees with a laurel hedge bordering the gardens. It is evident that a lot of care was taken when designing the planting of the garden and there some lovely trees, shrubs and hedgerow including Acer, Fir, Yew, Oak and Conifer. This has created a good degree of privacy and seclusion together with south and west aspect for a majority of the gardens. There is also a former vegetable plot. EPC RATING: BAND F.
The area is served by schooling for all age groups in addition to a wide variety of recreational facilities including amenities such as the Nutley Social Club, school, antique shop, village pub, restaurants, petrol station and shop, primary school, care homes, motor repair workshops and car showroom. The A22 gives access to Forest Row, East Grinstead, Uckfield and Haywards Heath. Gatwick Airport and the M23/M25 motorways are all within a convenient driving distance.
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