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5 bed

Berwick Nr Lewes East Sussex BN26

listed on 2019-06-04  Strutt and Parker   

A picturesque period property with a beautiful mature garden, paddock area and lovely views towards the South Downs. About 2 acres. Lot 2 - A parcel of land comprising an area of field of about 1.5 acres is available by separate negotiation. 5 2 4 E Energy Efficiency Rating Batbrooks Farm House is a picturesque house of period origin with later sympathetic additions. Internally, the house has a lovely homely feel and provides light and well-arranged accommodation over three floors. Features within the house include a welcoming entrance hall with part exposed brick and flint walls, a parquet floor and pretty fireplace with wood burning stove in the drawing room, a generous dining room again with a fireplace flanked on either side by display alcoves, a substantial timber framed double glazed conservatory and a charming study. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of bespoke units with granite work surfaces and includes a two-oven Aga. Adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room is a charming library/snug with extensive book shelving. There is a utility/boot room and a walk-in larder. Arranged over the first and second floors are five bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms and a large dressing room. From the property there are some lovely views to the South Downs. This property has 2 acres of land. Outside The property is approached via a gravel carriage driveway with a central lawn. The principal garden lies to the rear of the house and has been beautifully landscaped over the years. Adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room and conservatory is a paved seating area. The garden includes a kitchen garden with beds, a fruit cage and greenhouse. There is a small orchard with apple, plum and cherry trees. There is a double garage, log store and timber stable block which is in need of some repair. Beyond the stable block is a substantial garden store and a store cabin. Bordering one side of the garden is the property's paddock area. In all about 2 acres. Lot 2 (outlined in blue on the plan) A separate parcel of land lying just to the north east of Lot 1 and comprising an area of field. About 1.5 acres. Situation The property is situated in a rural position just over a mile to the north east of the village of Berwick with its garage, public house and mainline station which provides a service to London Victoria in about 1 hour 20 mins. Alfriston is about 3.5 miles, providing a range of shops, restaurants and public houses. Lewes and Eastbourne are 9 and 10 miles respectively. There is a primary school at Upper Dicker and Priory School secondary in Lewes and a good selection of independent schools including Bede's, Eastbourne College, Brighton College and Lewes Old Grammar School. Directions Travelling east on the A27 from Lewes, upon reaching the Drusillas Roundabout, take the first exit on the left signposted to Berwick Station (Station Road). Continue along Station Road and proceed through the village, passing over the level crossing and continue north. Having passed the entrance to Arlington Reservoir, continue for about 0.75 of a mile and the entrance drive marked Batbrooks Farm House will be found on the left, immediately before the driveway to Lower Claverham Farm. Share Other features Lot 1 - Picturesque period property Lovely views to the South Downs Homely, light and well-arranged accommodation Beautifully landscaped mature garden Paddock area Double garage Range of outbuildings About 2 acres Lot 2 - Area of field. About 1.5 acres. Available by separate negotiation Gallery 1/8 Other details Floorplan Virtual Viewing Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

5 bed

Berwick Nr Lewes East Sussex BN26

listed on 2019-06-01  Strutt and Parker   

A picturesque period property with a beautiful mature garden, paddock area and lovely views towards the South Downs. About 2 acres. Lot 2 - A parcel of land comprising an area of field of about 1.5 acres is available by separate negotiation. 5 2 4 E Energy Efficiency Rating Batbrooks Farm House is a picturesque house of period origin with later sympathetic additions. Internally, the house has a lovely homely feel and provides light and well-arranged accommodation over three floors. Features within the house include a welcoming entrance hall with part exposed brick and flint walls, a parquet floor and pretty fireplace with wood burning stove in the drawing room, a generous dining room again with a fireplace flanked on either side by display alcoves, a substantial timber framed double glazed conservatory and a charming study. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of bespoke units with granite work surfaces and includes a two-oven Aga. Adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room is a charming library/snug with extensive book shelving. There is a utility/boot room and a walk-in larder. Arranged over the first and second floors are five bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms and a large dressing room. From the property there are some lovely views to the South Downs. This property has 2 acres of land. Outside The property is approached via a gravel carriage driveway with a central lawn. The principal garden lies to the rear of the house and has been beautifully landscaped over the years. Adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room and conservatory is a paved seating area. The garden includes a kitchen garden with beds, a fruit cage and greenhouse. There is a small orchard with apple, plum and cherry trees. There is a double garage, log store and timber stable block which is in need of some repair. Beyond the stable block is a substantial garden store and a store cabin. Bordering one side of the garden is the property's paddock area. In all about 2 acres. Lot 2 (outlined in blue on the plan) A separate parcel of land lying just to the north east of Lot 1 and comprising an area of field. About 1.5 acres. Situation The property is situated in a rural position just over a mile to the north east of the village of Berwick with its garage, public house and mainline station which provides a service to London Victoria in about 1 hour 20 mins. Alfriston is about 3.5 miles, providing a range of shops, restaurants and public houses. Lewes and Eastbourne are 9 and 10 miles respectively. There is a primary school at Upper Dicker and Priory School secondary in Lewes and a good selection of independent schools including Bede's, Eastbourne College, Brighton College and Lewes Old Grammar School. Directions Travelling east on the A27 from Lewes, upon reaching the Drusillas Roundabout, take the first exit on the left signposted to Berwick Station (Station Road). Continue along Station Road and proceed through the village, passing over the level crossing and continue north. Having passed the entrance to Arlington Reservoir, continue for about 0.75 of a mile and the entrance drive marked Batbrooks Farm House will be found on the left, immediately before the driveway to Lower Claverham Farm. Share Other features Lot 1 - Picturesque period property Lovely views to the South Downs Homely, light and well-arranged accommodation Beautifully landscaped mature garden Paddock area Double garage Range of outbuildings About 2 acres Lot 2 - Area of field. About 1.5 acres. Available by separate negotiation Gallery 1/8 Other details Floorplan Virtual Viewing Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View