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7 bed detached house

Pricketts Hatch, Nether Lane, Nutley, East Sussex

listed on 2020-06-24  Keller Williams   

A unique and substantial country residence with origins dating back to the 14th century, providing accommodation of over 11,300 sq. ft and a further 3,400 sq. ft of outbuildings, including barns and stables. This beautiful family estate is situated in an idyllic hillside location on Ashdown Forest, nestled on the edge of Holly Bush Wood and the village of Nutley, with far reaching views of the Forest and South Downs and set in approx. 14 acres of formal gardens and equestrian paddocks, ‘Pricketts Hatch' was one of the original gates to the Ashdown Forest and believed to have been part of a Tudor hunting lodge of the then King Henry VIII. The property consists of a main house and two further dwellings, ‘West Lodge' & ‘The Oast House'. Parts of the main house are known to date back to the 1400's, its proof of origin is still evident by its surviving wattle and daub walls, ancient timbers and original fireplaces. The property was extended in the 1900's and the cow milking sheds and some of the stables were also converted to provide further residential accommodation. The main residence comprises seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, kitchen, sauna and a large indoor swimming pool complex plus two attached garages, totalling some 6847 sq. ft. ‘West House' is a single storey self-contained property of some 2967 sq. ft, which adjoins the main house and provides three/four bedrooms, four bathrooms, three/four reception rooms, a large open plan 26' Kitchen dining room with living room adjoining, boasting full height bi-fold doors with outstanding views over the gardens and forest beyond, the spacious reception hall also provides access to a delightful balcony overhanging the natural carp pond. ‘The Oast House' was originally a stable block and was converted in the 1900's into a charming self-contained detached dwelling providing extra accommodation for relatives, for staff or simply as a holiday cottage for up to eight guests. The accommodation of 1493 sq. ft comprises four bedrooms, five bath/shower rooms, an oak Kitchen/breakfast room and a superb open plan living area with fireplace, oak vaulted ceilings and double doors out on to a private terrace. Outside, Pricketts Hatch is accessed via ‘Nether Lane' through wrought iron gates and down two gravel driveways, with garaging and parking facilities for the largest of parties, the estate provides well for both family and sporting life, with its formal lawns and extensive terracing it lends itself to recreation and alfresco entertainment for all ages. Its fourteen acres of gardens & fields are bordered with chestnut post and rail fencing, neighbouring the forest & other agricultural land, making it Ideally suited for the equestrian and country pursuits enthusiast. Nutley is a small and friendly village within the Ashdown Forest, residence enjoy a good selection of restaurants, pubs, sports & social clubs, schooling is well catered for with a fine selection of private and state schools within a three mile radius, including Cumnor House and Danehill primary. Ashdown Forest itself provides social and sporting activities, whilst Golf Clubs, Racecourses, Leisure & Health Clubs are all to be found within easy reach. The major towns of East Grinstead, Tunbridge Wells, Uckfield & Lewes all provide retail therapy and good rail links to London. Estate floor area at Pricketts Hatch: The measurements below include internal storage areas, built in & fitted wardrobes/cupboards, lofts and basement, garage, utilities areas, pump room etc and I have also included all outbuildings: • Main House, (loft not included) - 6847 sq. ft* • The Oast House - 1505 sq. ft* • The West Lodge - 2967 sq. ft* Subtotal for Houses: 11,320 sq. ft* • Barns, stables and outbuildings - 3400 sq. ft* Total for Houses & all buildings: 14,700 sq. ft* * All figures/measurements provided under the heading ‘Estate floor area at Pricketts Hatch' are approximate, meaning that every care has been taken to provide accurate figures, but actual measurements may differ marginally.* Agent Ref: KNB

Primary schools


  • School Hill, Uckfield, TN22 2EG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Hurstwood Road, Uckfield, TN22 4BB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Downsview Crescent, Uckfield, TN22 1UB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Lashbrooks Road, Uckfield, TN22 2AY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Belmont Road, Uckfield, TN22 1BP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • High Street, Uckfield, TN22 5DJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mallard Drive, Uckfield, TN22 5PW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Chillies Lane, Uckfield, TN22 4AD
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • The Street, Uckfield, TN22 5NR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

6 bed bungalow

Possingworth Park, Blackboys, Uckfield, Sussex

A unique opportunity to purchase this 3 bedroom architect designed home set in 116 acres of land and featuring a 3 bedroom detached lodge house. Being offered to the market chain free, this property allows the purchaser to buy a stunning piece of the Sussex countryside. Rowland Gorringe is delighted to be marketing this piece of the Sussex countryside. Being offered to the market as chain free, Plovers Meadow is set within 116 acres of paddocks, gardens, woodland and meadows, opening this home up to a a number of buyers. Plovers Meadow; Approached via a long sweeping driveway, Plovers Meadow is a architect designed bungalow, built in the 1960s, featuring open plan spaces, big picture windows taking in the countryside views on one side and swimming pool on the other. The bungalow is approached via an impressive sweeping driveway, at the end of which is a detached garage with a boot room and plenty of storage. Moving through a covered walk way, you enter into the bungalow, the east wing of which features two bedrooms, a family bathroom, the garden room looking out onto the land and the kitchen looking onto the kitchen garden. Finishing off this part of the bungalow is a remarkable, large open plan living room, with an open fire place and a spectacular picture window looking across the far reaching views. Moving into the west wing of the bungalow is a formal dining room, large study/ second repetition room and master suite, a large double bedroom with en suite bathroom. The property is full of character and charm throughout and internal viewings are highly recommended to truly take in what is offered at Plovers Meadow. Western Lodge: At the entrance to the estate, is this three bedroom detached lodge house, which is currently tenanted. Coming through the main entrance you enter into the living room with open fire place, which flows through to a separate dining room and kitchen. There is a downstairs bedroom as well as two bathrooms and upstairs two further bedrooms. The Land: The two properties are set within 116 acres of a mix of paddocks, gardens, woodland and meadows as well as a collection of outbuildings including two stables, a tack room and two barns. Currently, 80 acres of the land is rented out privately to a local farmer, which is an agreement set to run until 2026, and the details of this agreement is available upon request. Location: Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, on the outskirts of the highly sought after village of Blackboys with its village school and character Inn and a short drive to the larger town of Uckfield with its comprehensive range of shopping facilities including two supermarkets, schooling for all ages, restaurants, public houses and mainline railway station to London Bridge. Directions: Proceed out of town on the Framfield road, through the village of Framfield until reaching Blackboys. Continue along the high street turning left onto the B2192 and Plovers Meadow will be found on the right hand side.

Primary schools


  • School Hill, Uckfield, TN22 2EG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Hurstwood Road, Uckfield, TN22 4BB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Downsview Crescent, Uckfield, TN22 1UB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Lashbrooks Road, Uckfield, TN22 2AY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Belmont Road, Uckfield, TN22 1BP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • High Street, Uckfield, TN22 5DJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mallard Drive, Uckfield, TN22 5PW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Chillies Lane, Uckfield, TN22 4AD
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • The Street, Uckfield, TN22 5NR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

7 bed house

High Street, Nutley, Uckfield, TN22

THE PROPERTY Tyes, a truly loved family home which has only ever been to the market three times, offers extensive accommodation and entertaining space to include; a dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, two study's, drawing room, conservatory, store rooms, seven bedrooms, four bathrooms with one ensuite. With circa 6 acres of south facing grounds including a fabulous garden, swimming pool, tennis court and field all benefiting from uninterrupted views over the rolling Sussex countryside to the South Downs, this property is certainly highly desirable. The property also benefits from a good range of outbuildings, parking and garaging . Nutley offers a village shop, two restaurants, a church and a primary school. The surrounding countryside and villages are also amazing with the wonderful Ashdown Forest on your doorstep and the historic village of Fletching (with its award-winning pub and restaurant The Griffin Inn) also close by. Comprehensive transport shopping and leisure facilities are found at Uckfield, Haywards Heath, East Grinstead or Tunbridge Wells. Rail services: Haywards Heath (11 miles, London Bridge/Victoria from 45 minutes) Uckfield (6.2 miles, London Bridge from 1hr 10), East Grinstead (8.5 miles, London Bridge/Victoria from 57 minutes). There is an eclectic and vibrant arts scene in Sussex, with world-class opera at Glyndebourne, theatre at Royal Tunbridge Wells and the annual Brighton Festival. For the sports minded the racing at Plumpton and the amazing range of events held at Goodwood are only just the start. There are many highly regarded schools in the area both state and private, including Nutley Primary School, Uckfield Community College, Cumnor House, Brambletye, Great Walstead, and Ardingly College amongst others. All distances are approximate.

Primary schools


  • School Hill, Uckfield, TN22 2EG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Hurstwood Road, Uckfield, TN22 4BB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Downsview Crescent, Uckfield, TN22 1UB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Lashbrooks Road, Uckfield, TN22 2AY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Belmont Road, Uckfield, TN22 1BP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • High Street, Uckfield, TN22 5DJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mallard Drive, Uckfield, TN22 5PW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Chillies Lane, Uckfield, TN22 4AD
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • The Street, Uckfield, TN22 5NR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

6 bed detached house

Uckfield East Sussex

Features Detached 1 bedroom annexe 15 Acres Stables and outbuilding Sand School 6 Bedrooms 3 Reception Rooms Rural Views Share This Property A well presented detached country house with a detached cottage set in an idyllic private rural location at the end of a long driveway with countryside views. The property, with a range of outbuildings and equestrian facilities is set in approximately 15 acres. DESCRIPTION Brackenwood is a well appointed country house which has been substantially upgraded and improved by the current owners and now forms a comfortable family home in a glorious rural location with countryside views. The elevations are of brick with tile hung upper elevations beneath a pitch tiled and leaded roof. Internally the accommodation flows well and there are numerous character features including herringbone oak flooring, brick fireplaces with wood burning stoves and a selection of casement and sash windows. The kitchen/family room is of particular note with handmade units, granite work surface and oil fired Aga. At one end of the room is a family sitting area with wood burning stove and the breakfast room has a door leading out onto the rear terrace. The master bedroom has wonderful views over the land with extensive fitted wardrobe cupboards and an en suite bathroom with a bath and separate shower cubicle. The layout of the accommodation with its room sizes can be seen on the floor plan. OUTSIDE Brackenwood is accessed from a country lane through electronically operated gates with an intercom and camera. The drive forms a wonderful approach through an avenue of liquidambar trees, which are renowned for their autumnal foliage, with two fenced paddocks on either side of the driveway, both with water and each with a field shelter and lovely views over the surrounding countryside. The driveway culminates in a large parking/turning area for a number of cars to the side of which is a double garage. There is a recently converted detached one bedroom cottage (see floor plans) with a kitchen area, living room, bedroom and wet room. It is recently converted to a high standard with concertina casement glazed doors giving a wonderful aspect over the countryside and there are good ceiling heights and quality fitments. There is an enclosed stable yard with 5 loose boxes, hay barn and tack room/feed store with sink. To the side of the drive is a large tractor barn and there is a floodlit manège. The gardens form a delightful backdrop to the property being predominately laid to lawn with clipped beech hedging, a number of fruit trees and heated swimming pool with paved surround and brick and tile plant room. There are well stocked herbaceous borders. At the foot of the gardens is a stream fed pond with a central island for nesting birds and a waterfall continues into a small stream. There are four fields all fenced with water supply and an area of woodland. In all around 15 acres, with additional land available if of interest. The present owners have managed the property as a wildlife sanctuary with wildflower meadows including orchids, bluebell woods, and lily ponds attracting the likes of swallows, house martins, heron and kingfishers with bats as the light fades. Other frequent visitors include fallow deer with badgers and foxes dining on the patio most evenings. There are a variety of fruit trees, blackcurrant bushes, vines and in season blackberry, juniper and mushrooms with timber to fuel the wood burning stoves. NB: There are no public footpaths on the land.   Last Modified 08/09/2020

Primary schools


  • School Hill, Uckfield, TN22 2EG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Hurstwood Road, Uckfield, TN22 4BB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Downsview Crescent, Uckfield, TN22 1UB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Lashbrooks Road, Uckfield, TN22 2AY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Belmont Road, Uckfield, TN22 1BP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • High Street, Uckfield, TN22 5DJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mallard Drive, Uckfield, TN22 5PW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Chillies Lane, Uckfield, TN22 4AD
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • The Street, Uckfield, TN22 5NR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

11 bed detached house

Little Horsted, East Sussex

LOCATION & AREA AWARENESS Little Horsted is a small, picturesque rural hamlet with primary school and attractive church and including Plashett Park Wood which is an area of ancient woodland, providing habitat for a variety of breeding birds plus a number of rarer invertebrates and flora. The location is convenient to Uckfield around 1.5 miles away and around half a mile from the junction of the A22 and A26 providing excellent road access to the surrounding area. Uckfield centre provides a wide range of shops, two supermarkets, public houses, a library, a cinema, a Community College, leisure centre with swimming pool plus rail station with services to London Bridge and London Victoria in just over an hour. The County Town of Lewes is about 7 miles to the south and provides similar facilities with the town of Haywards Heath around 12 miles away offering further shopping facilities as well as a mainline station with 45 minute service into London Bridge/Victoria. The surrounding countryside offers delightful scenic walks and numerous bridle paths linking with the neighbouring districts and to the south between Uckfield and Crowborough is the Ashdown Fores. Other recreational facilities within easy reach include golf at the East Sussex National, Equestrian competition centres at Hickstead, Crockstead and Golden Cross, polo at Knepp Castle, Horse racing at Plumpton and Lingfield and the coastal resorts of Brighton and Eastbourne (approx. 19 miles away) offer a range of water sports and amenities as well as marinas at both destinations. For fans of open air opera famous Glynebourne is nearby. ACCOMMODATION - REFER TO THE FLOOR PLAN The property extends to 3636sq ft (337sq.m) and is arranged over two floors with 6 reception rooms and 11 bedrooms (one of them on the ground floor). Clearly as a family house the ground floor could do with re-arranging as with the rooms on the first floor to include en-suites and a large family bathroom. As the receptions and bedrooms are currently configured, it would be possible to have the property divided to include an integral annexe. Some areas in the property require attention to the fabric of the building and the whole will need re-refurbishment/decorating and modernising. AGENTS NOTES PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY: There is a footpath on the middle field which runs along the hedge from the lane to the East Sussex National Golf Course. This could be fenced off to separate live stock if so desired. EAST SUSSEX NATIONAL GOLF COURSE & CLUB/HOTEL: There is a strip of land (approx. vehicle width) which the Golf Club owns and runs across the far field from the lane to the the Course. This is currently unmarked and not fenced and shows no signs of use but could easily be fenced to segregate the boundary. PROPERTY BOUNDARY & PYLONS: We understand that the field boundary runs along the pylon wire furthest from the house and therefore will need fencing to reflect the actual boundary. PYLONS: Please do not view the property if they are going to be an issue. The price reflects the pylons proximity and the current condition of the property. LAND & GROUNDS The house itself sits in approx. 1.25 acres (*TBV)of gardens with pond. The balance of the acreage is pastureland amounting to around 2.75 acres (*TBV) making the total plot approx 4 acres (*TBV) . A further adjacent 4 acres (*TBV) of pastureland is also available for sale by separate negotiation with the vendors.. The acreage stated at the property is *TBV (To Be Verified), which means that the land has not been formally measured by Equus and or its sellers/clients. Where available a Title Plan from Land registry will have been acquired showing the boundary and acreage. Otherwise an online measuring tool will have been used to check the acreage where possible. Interested applicants/buyers are advised that if they have any doubts as to the plot size and wish to have verification of the exact area of the entire plot, they will be required to make their own arrangements at their own cost by appointing the services of an accredited company who can measure the area for a compliant Land Registry Title Plan. SERVICES & OUTGOINGS TENURE: Freehold LOCAL AUTHORITY: Wealden District Council SERVICES: Mains electric, water. Oil fired central heating. Clearwater Sewage Treatment Plant/System. TAX BAND: G EPC RATING: D 57/80 HELPFUL WEBSITES We recommend that you visit the local authority website pertaining to the property you are interested in buying for all the planning consents / restrictions / history and the following websites for more helpful information about the property and surrounding local area before proceeding in a purchase: www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk - www.homecheck.co.uk www.floodrisk.co.uk - www.environment-agency.gov.uk - www.landregistry.gov.uk, www.homeoffice.gov.uk, www.ukradon.org VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS All Viewings are strictly by Appointment with the Vendors Agent Equus Country & Equestrian T: 01892 829014 E: sales@equusproperty.co.uk DISCLAIMER: All prospective buyers view all properties for sale with Equus International Property Ltd at their own risk and neither the Agents, Joint Agents nor the Sellers take responsibility for any damage or injury however caused to themselves or personal belongings or property. By viewing a property with Equus you accept this disclaimer. If inspecting the outbuildings, equestrian facilities or any other building within the grounds you must wear appropriate clothing and footwear and children must be either left in the car or supervised at all times by those who brought them. Livestock should not be touched and all gates left shut or closed after use. DIRECTIONS From the A22 Uckfield bypass, heading either North or South take the A26 to Lewes off the Little Horsted Roundabout signposted Horsted Place Hotel/Lewes/Brighton/Newhaven ; after a short distance (200m) take the next right turn into Horsted Pond lane. Continue for 0.4m and the property will be found on the left hand side.

Primary schools


  • School Hill, Uckfield, TN22 2EG
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Hurstwood Road, Uckfield, TN22 4BB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Downsview Crescent, Uckfield, TN22 1UB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Lashbrooks Road, Uckfield, TN22 2AY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Belmont Road, Uckfield, TN22 1BP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • High Street, Uckfield, TN22 5DJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Mallard Drive, Uckfield, TN22 5PW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Chillies Lane, Uckfield, TN22 4AD
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • The Street, Uckfield, TN22 5NR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection