A wonderful opportunity to acquire a former coach house, set in just over one acre of delightful gardens, situated in a rural village setting between Crowborough and Uckfield.
| DETACHED FORMER COACH HOUSE | SKILFULLY DESIGNED TO PROVIDE SPACIOUS AND VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION |
| 1.1 ACRES OF GARDENS | RURAL SETTING ON THE EDGE OF THE ASHDOWN FOREST | SUNNY SOUTHERLY ASPECT |
| ENTRANCE PORCH | DINING HALL | SITTING ROOM | STUDY | GYM/STUDIO | FAMILY ROOM | CONSERVATORY | KITCHEN | UTILITY ROOM | CLOAKROOM | STORE ROOM | GALLERIED LANDING | FIVE FIRST FLOOR DOUBLE BEDROOMS | FOUR BATH/SHOWER ROOMS | GARAGE/WORKSHOP | EPC BAND E |
SITUATION: The property is situated off a country lane. There is easy access via the A26 to the neighbouring towns of Uckfield (3 miles) and Crowborough (4 miles). Both towns provide an excellent range of shopping facilities, supermarkets, leisure facilities and schooling for all age groups in both private and state sectors. The village of High Hurstwood, near the Ashdown Forest, has an award winning gastro pub "The Hurstwood" and a Primary School rated Outstanding by Ofsted. Uckfield, Buxted, Jarvis Brook and Haywards Heath offer mainline rail services to London Bridge (From Uckfield in 1hr 20 minutes & from Jarvis Brook, Crowborough in 1hr 7 minutes). Gatwick airport can be reached in approximately 40 minutes by car, whilst the coastal resorts such as Brighton, Eastbourne etc can be reached in around 30 minutes. The well-known Royal Spa town of Tunbridge Wells is 11 miles distant.
DESCRIPTION: A thoughtfully designed former Coach House to Dalling House, offering versatile and spacious accommodation, enjoying a delightful southerly aspect over private gardens of around one acre. Approached via an oak framed entrance porch leading through to a stunning dining hall having oak flooring and stairs leading to a galleried landing with cupboards under, one housing equipment to the home cinema in the sitting room. This is accessed via double doors with imposing open brick fireplace, oak flooring, window seat and concealed speakers.
The kitchen/family room provides an excellent space for entertaining, fitted with an extensive range of painted units in a contemporary style, oak worktops incorporating a breakfast bar, double Belfast inset sink, LG refrigerator and a Stoves oven. There is a useful separate utility room with further storage units and a sink. The family room provides additional living space and has a pair of double doors to a conservatory which in turn gives access to the garden. Off the sitting room is a study and beyond this a gym/studio with underfloor heating, mirrors to one wall, mood lighting, TV point and doors to a shower room/wc. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a rear lobby, cloakroom and store.
To the first floor is a galleried landing along with five double bedrooms,. The main bedroom is approached via a dressing area and an adjacent bath/shower room. This bedroom has a high-pitched ceiling, doors and windows to a balcony taking full advantage of the southerly aspect over the garden. There is a guest bedroom with an en-suite shower room and a further bath/shower room serving the remaining bedrooms, four of the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes.
The delightful gardens extend to over one acre, with a sweeping shingled driveway, culminating in a turning circle and giving access to a garage/workshop. There are a variety of mature trees and shrubs including Scots Pine, Conifer, Rhododendron, Bay, Camellia, large expanse of lawn, hedgerow (Laurel & Beech) to the boundaries and an extensive terrace.
COUNCIL TAX: Band G