6 bed detached house
Turners Green, TN21
Price Range 1,500,000 - 1,700,000 A stunning Sussex farmhouse constructed in 2004 to a high specific ...
Price Range 1,500,000 - 1,700,000 A stunning Sussex farmhouse constructed in 2004 to a high specification, featuring a large wing of the property that was originally designed to be used as an annexe, detached garaging and further triple bay cart lodge, hay barn/machinery store, an impressive steel framed building with motorised roller doors, picturesque gardens and grounds spanning around 31.5 acres Main House Entrance hall - Cloakroom - Drawing room - Sitting room/Dining room - Kitchen/breakfast room - Utility room - 4 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms - Galleried Landing. Annexe Wing Entrance hall - Sitting/Dining room - Kitchen/breakfast/utility area - 2 Bedrooms - Bathroom Outside Brick built garaging and 3 bay cart lodge - Gardens - Paddocks and Woodland (in all around 31.5 acres) with far reaching views. Coppice Farm was built by the current owners in traditional Sussex farmhouse style to a very high specification in 2004. Featuring exposed oak beams and joinery the property has great character without sacrificing head height. The bright and well proportioned accommodation is arranged over two floors and could be utilised in a number of different ways to suit large families housing multiple generations. The generous reception rooms all feature dual aspect glazing and the handsome drawing room hosts a charming brick fireplace with wood burning stove. A beautiful bespoke kitchen incorporates rich wood cabinets, integrated appliances (including triple Aga oven) and granite worktops with a central island making an ideal area for food preparation and entertaining. There is also a separate utility room. From the kitchen, a doorway leads through to the 'annexe wing' - currently utilised as a bright and spacious reception/family space with far reaching views but potential to become a lounge diner if used as an annexe. Passing through a hall with separate front entrance, there is a large utility/laundry room which would become the obvious kitchen space if used as an annexe. The first floor of this wing hosts two double bedrooms served by a large bathroom with bath and shower cubicle, with a further WC on the ground floor. The main house first floor consists of four spacious bedrooms and a luxurious family bathroom. The huge master suite is well appointed with fitted furniture and hosts a stylish en-suite bathroom. The annexe part of the property also features a separate electricity meter (to make dividing bills easier if necessary) as well as its own boiler and oil tank. Council tax is covered on one bill, band G. Picturesque cottage gardens surround the property, with paved pathways, stocked flower beds and well kept lawns. A pontoon style decking area overlooks a feature fishpond and makes for a tranquil seating/entertaining area. An orchard hosts covered vegetable beds, a conservatory, greenhouse and a variety of fruit trees. Facilities include; a three bay cart barn parking area and a detached brick built lodge for further vehicle storage or stable/studio potential (insulated to accommodate classic cars). Access a large attractive driveway with turning area via a five bar gate from the lane, leading to multiple access points of various paddocks and the exceptionally well appointed steel farm building and hay barn which includes two loose stables within- making it suitable for a multitude of uses . An adjoining machine/hay store serves the surrounding land which measures approximately 31.5 acres (total), made up of a small area of woodland but primarily grass paddocks which benefit from a number of access points to the neighbouring lanes. Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
4 bed detached house
4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Little London Road, Horam
Price £1,050,000 4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Little London Road, Horam 4 3 A wonderful oppo ...
Price £1,050,000 4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Little London Road, Horam 4 3 A wonderful opportunity to acquire a substantial 1930's detached family residence offering four bedrooms, three bathrooms and an array of reception areas. Externally there are four acres completely surrounded by ancient woodland and including two paddocks and a well stocked fishing lake. We are pleased to offer to the market 'Hollinwood': Rarely does a family home that offers quite this much come available to the market in such a sought after location. Situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Horam sits this wonderful four bedroom 1930's residence with four acres of gardens and grounds surrounded by ancient woodland. As you turn off Little London Road and approach the house you are immediately struck by the privacy this house offers. The paddocks stretch out ahead of you while the driveway bends to the left and leads to the house which is nicely set back from the street and completely screened from view by tall trees. There are a variety of parking areas offering ample space for the whole family's vehicles in addition to the attached double garage which can be reached just beyond the house itself. A lovely pond and water feature is situated at the front of the house and the sound of running water as you exit your vehicle is a welcoming sound after a hard day at work. Upon entering the house through the original front door you are immediately greeted by a large entrance hallway typical of this period. Parquet flooring extends through the hall before the dog-leg staircase rises ahead to the first floor. To your right you will find the primary living room; a fantastic sized triple aspect room benefitting from french doors leading out onto the rear garden and a lovely open fireplace with stone hearth for those colder months. Back into the hallway and beyond the staircase to the right is the home office/study which is well proportioned and with views over the garden to the rear offers the peace you would need to conduct your business. Continuing around, the next door leads through into the kitchen/breakfast room; extended by owners previously and then having a bespoke kitchen built with a range of wall and base units, two Aga's (one oil, one electric) and granite worktops, this kitchen is in a classic country style with nice features including historic beams and bred brick chimney breasts. Additional features of the kitchen are its cool pantry and access through into the sizeable utility/boot room. Double doors lead out onto the conservatory which edges out into the garden helping transfer a great amount of light through into the kitchen; large enough for use as a dining room and benefitting from heating to ensure comfortable use throughout the seasons. Completing the ground floor is the shower room with wash hand basin and wc, and the formal dining room at the front of the property with its large bay window and feature fireplace; due to the conservatory's use as a dining area this room has been utilised by the current owners as a snug/playroom for the children. To the first floor you will find four good sized bedrooms, three doubles and one single. The master bedroom complete with dressing area and en-suite occupies the space over the primary lounge and therefore benefits from windows overlooking the front and rear gardens. The other two double bedrooms both benefit from built in wardrobes, one overlooking the rear and the other with a large bay window overlooking the front. The family bathroom occupies the space between the second and fourth bedrooms and is a complete suite with a shower over the bath. If more bedrooms/bathrooms are required then it is more than feasible to assume that permission for an extension would be granted over the double garage and utility room. Externally the rear garden is a delight; everywhere you look all you can see is the green of the leaves on the trees. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a variety of flowers and shrubs with mature hedge borders and even a productive orchard. There are a variety of outbuildings including a summer house all with electricity and even an old 'Anderson' air raid shelter which is ideal for use as a wine cellar. The whole plot is surrounded by ancient woodland and as you step beyond the formal garden a path wends its way down further into this woodland before surprisingly opening out into the most wonderful natural lake which at its deepest is 7ft. The current owners have spent considerable sums ensuring the lake is well stocked with fish and with a path running all around it is a perfect place to while away the day with friends fishing! Finally we come to the two paddocks which have been well fenced off; if you are looking for a home which can accommodate horses, pony's or alpacas then look no further. Alternatively subject to planning permission the nature of the paddocks and their ease of access to the road lends itself to potential future development. The property is situated in a convenient semi-rural location, set back from the road on the outskirts of the village of Horam where there are local shops and amenities. Running through the village is the Cuckoo Trail, a 12 mile former railway line between Polegate and Heathfield, providing a safe route for cyclists, walkers and horse riders. In both Heathfield and Uckfield, about 3 miles and 6½ miles away respectively there are good ranges of shops and supermarkets including a Waitrose. For more comprehensive shopping facilities further afield are Tunbridge Wells, Eastbourne and Brighton. There is a choice of schools in the area, both private and state. The nearest mainline stations are Stonegate (Charing Cross, Cannon Street and London Bridge in just over 1 hour); Buxted (London Victoria in about 75 minutes); Polegate (10 miles to the south) on the mainline from Eastbourne to Gatwick Airport and Victoria, with two trains an hour. Property Features 1930's Detached Family Residence Privacy & Seclusion in a Non-Isolated Position Four Acres inc. Paddocks, Ancient Woodland & Large Fishing Lake Private Gated Driveway, Ample Parking & Double Garage Large Bespoke Kitchen with Two Aga's Expansive & Fluid Reception Rooms Master Suite with Dressing Room & En-Suite Variety of Outbuildings with Mains Electricity Brand New Double Glazing Throughout Equestrian Potential Media
4 bed detached house
Price Range 900,000 - 930,000 Chain Free An imposing and exceptionally well presented four double be ...
Price Range 900,000 - 930,000 Chain Free An imposing and exceptionally well presented four double bedroom detached Victorian house offering charm and character whilst also benefitting from many mod-cons. The property is set within a generous plot incorporating gardens and a paddock totalling just over 1 acre and situated in a desirable country lane location with outstanding Countryside views. The property features; a spacious kitchen/breakfast room with bespoke handmade kitchen units and granite worktops as well as several integrated appliances, a large Victorian style conservatory/dining room with under-floor heating, cinema room/snug, sitting room with feature fireplace and open fire and basement providing further useful storage area. There is a large entrance vestibule with vaulted ceiling, four double bedrooms, a luxury bathroom/wet room with inset television and en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom. The property is approached via an electric gated entrance leading to a large parking area with outside lighting. There is a detached brick built outbuilding/home office with tiled pitched roof, power and lighting as well as a further large timber workshop/store with power and lighting. A stone set patio area and large wooden decking make for a great entertaining space outdoors whilst lawned gardens with post and rail fencing and five bar gate lead to the paddock and stabling. There is also a well with an electric pump. The property occupies a peaceful setting on the rural outskirts of Vines Cross village being within one mile of its village centre which offers a character inn and garage. The village of Horam with its range of shops and amenities is about 1.5 miles distant whilst the market towns of Heathfield and Hailsham which are about 4 and 6 miles respectively each provide a wider range of shops and amenities providing for most day to day needs. The spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells is about 17 miles to the north and the coast at Eastbourne about 13 miles to the south. There is mainline railway station at Polegate (20 minutes distant) with regular services to London Victoria within 1 hour 20 minutes. Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate