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6 bed

9 acres, FOREST GATE LODGE Old Forge Lane, Fairwarp, East Sussex, TN22 3EL

listed on 2019-09-23  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

WITH LAND & EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES - An exclusive detached country & equestrian residence (unlisted) set in 9 acres (TBV*) and offering superior accommodation of 4339sq ft including 6 bedrooms 4 receptions plus a large self contained 4 bedroom detached annexe. The property is secluded within landscaped grounds which include a stunning recently built swimming pool area and enjoys an enviable location situated along a lane with immediate access onto the Ashdown Forest offering miles of riding out, country walks and cycle trails. The luxuriously appointed accommodation has been the subject of significant improvements and remodelling by the current owner and presents ideal options for those keen on entertaining and/or have a growing family offering all the facets of modern living while retaining the character of the property's origins. Light well-proportioned rooms with good ceiling height create an ambience of space with every aspect of the interior tastefully and meticulously thought out seamlessly blending traditional elegance with the latest technology culminating in the beautiful home of today. A big feature of the property is undoubtedly the well thought out equestrian complex with facilities which would suit the needs of a competitive rider or trainer seeking a well located South East base. Facilities: American Barn Stabling comprising 10 loose boxes, wash down/clipping area and feed/rug storage area,3 further loose boxes (each approx 10 x 12 ), 2 Storage Barns offering potential to convert for further stabling( if required), Grooms rest room, spacious secure Tack Room. 50m x 30m post and railed OUTDOOR RIDING ARENA with a rubber/silica surface, Claydon covered 5 bay HORSE WALKER. Ample parking for Horse Boxes with secondary entrance to further equestrian/farm buildings. Fantastic off road riding on Ashdown Forest (by Permit)

6 bed detached house

Ashdown Forest, East Sussex

LOCATION & AREA AWARENESS The property is beautifully situated in a rural position close to open countryside on the edge of the Ashdown Forest, yet within striking distance of Fairwarp village which offers a public inn, an historic church and a village green. Additional facilities can be found at nearby Maresfield offering a general store, a post office, an additional public inn and a popular primary school. The area itself is considered one of the most desirable locations within Sussex and offers exceptional riding, walking and country pursuits across the Ashdown Forest, the inspiration behind A.A Milne's Winnie The Pooh books. Uckfield is approx 3 1/2 miles distant and offers an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities including numerous bars/restaurants, a public library and cinema, supermarkets as well as comprehensive schooling for all age groups. The town offers a railway service to London in just over an hour and the nearby A272 provides swift vehicular access to Haywards Heath which boasts commuting times to London Victoria (47mins approx). The Royal spa town of Tunbridge Wells is is approximately 13 miles driving distance and also offers railway links to London Bridge/Charing Cross (49 mins. service). Convenient road access to M25 (junction 6) via the A22. GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION please refer to the enclosed floor plan: - Entrance HALL creating a truly magnificent entrance to the residence with a central fireplace and double doors leading through to the Kitchen and Dining Room. DINING ROOM - long room with additional area to the end which can serve as a serving area or drinks room. KITCHEN - centrally located, forming a superb family area with designated areas for informal DINING (for 6/8 people) and a further SITTING ROOM area with a central open fireplace. The whole boasts a double aspect over the rear swimming pool complex and grounds to the side and beyond. The bespoke kitchen incorporates a range of upper and lower cupboards, a butler sink, granite work surfaces and a central island with a range of lower cupboards and an attractive utensil rack above. INNER MUSIC ROOM / INNER HALL - currently used as a music area. READING ROOM - with double doors onto the rear Porcelain pool area and gardens. SITTING ROOM - added and extended from the main house a substantial sitting room with glass windows in the Apex of the roof and double glazed doors lead out to the rear pool area providing a superb area for entertaining in the summer months. PLAY ROOM / FAMILY ROOM - large room ideal for assorted family uses. STUDY - enjoying a front aspect with views towards the equestrian complex. BOOT ROOM - door leading through to the family room.. BEDROOM 6 - with en-suite SHOWER ROOM and large dressing room/work area or BEDROOM 7- all looking out onto the pool complex. FIRST FLOOR Landing with good storage. MASTER BEDROOM: dual aspect over the front and side grounds with a spacious Dressing Room leading through to the EN-SUITE BATHROOM - of superior appointment, with an inset bath, WC, his and her wash hand basins and a walk-in power shower. BEDROOM 2: enjoys a dual aspect and an EN-SUITE shower room, with a low level WC, his and her wash hand basins and a walk-in power shower. Further 3 DOUBLE BEDROOMS enjoying views over the grounds. FAMILY BATHROOM - comprising of an inset bath with connecting shower head, WC and a wash hand basin, chrome heated towel rail, fully tiled walls and floor. ANCILLARY ACCOMMODATION Former stables now converted to ANCILLARY STAFF ACCOMMODATION / ANNEXE FOR EXTENDED FAMILY (ref -Wealden District Council planning permission WD/92/0449/J). The interior currently incorporates a kitchen, sitting room, 4 bedrooms, family bathroom, office and cloakroom. This detached building is accessed from the stable yard and the second driveway. EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES A well thought out equestrian complex boasting tremendous facilities to suit any level of rider. The whole offers use as a livery yard/competition yard/Stud Farm and/or for the professional rider who competes nationally and internationally. Superb American Barn Stabling comprising of 10 loose boxes (5 of which have rear windows allowing for good ventilation), water drinkers to each, a wash down/clipping area and feed/rug storage area. Good drainage, power and water connected and access at both ends via sliding doors. 3 further loose boxes (approx. 10 x 12 ). Grooms rest room with steps leading up to the secure and spacious Tack Room. OUTDOOR RIDING ARENA: 50m x 30m with a rubber/silica surface and post and rail fencing. HORSE WALKER: Claydon covered 5 bay walker. 2 STORAGE BARNS offering potential to convert for further stabling if required (subject to all the necessary planning consents). SECONDARY VEHICLE ACCESS TO EQUESTRIAN COMPLEX AND FURTHER OUTBUILDINGS STABLE BLOCK on concrete with several loose boxes. LIVESTOCK BARN - steel framed with 'open' floor ideal for hay/sheep shelter etc. HORSE BOX PARKING AREA - allowing space for several lorry boxes and trailers etc. POST AND RAILED PADDOCKS with AUTO WATER surrounded by mature hedging. Fantastic off road hacking in the Ashdown Forest (by permit) accessed directly from the property with no roadwork required and allowing rider and horse to go for several miles or hours uninterrupted. SWIMMING POOL & ENTERTAINING AREA SWIMMING POOL - 12m long (1.3m deep the full length). Fully heated with under water lighting and roller cover plus further 'mood lighting' inset within the surrounding terrace area. ENTERTAINMENT AREA - Expansive Porcelain tiled entertaining area for relaxing and dining 'Al Fresco' with lovely vista overlooking the rear paddocks and gardens. PLANT & CHANGING ROOM - Situated at the end the new extension. LAND & GROUNDS The total plot is approx. 9 acres (TBV) which includes the gardens and equine facilities and also includes grazing pasture. The property is approached via a private shingled entrance with large brick / concrete pillars and automated gates via Intercom leading to an expansive area for parking adjacent to the main residence and next to the equine facilities / annexe. An extensive porcelain tiled terrace extends around two sides of the house and provides a stunning backdrop to the rear aspect of the property. AGENTS NOTE: There is a Right of Access/Way for the neighbour which crosses the plot to the rear and allows access for them to the Ashdown Forest. 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. A Title Plan from Land Registry will have been acquired, where available, 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. SPORTING & MINERAL RIGHTS: The sporting and mineral rights are included in the sale so far as they are owned or exist. RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS: The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all restrictive covenants, both public and private, whether mentioned in these or not. WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY: The property is sold subject to all Rights of Way, public and private, which may affect the property. 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 SERVICES & OUTGOINGS TENURE: Freehold LOCAL AUTHORITY: Wealden District Council SERVICES: Mains Water, Mains Electricity, Oil Fired Central Heating, Private Drainage TAX BAND: Currently F. Council valuation list shows an 'Improvement' due. On sale likely to be G. EPC RATING: D EPC RATING ANNEXE: F OUTBUILDING/S SERVICES: Water & lighting from the mains. ANNEXE SERVICES: Electric water heater. POOL HEATING: Full electric heating via an Air Condenser. VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS All Viewings are strictly by Appointment with the Vendors Agent Equus Country & Equestrian, South East/South West T: 01435 889000 E: sales@equusproperty.co.uk W: www.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. Livestock should not be touched and all gates left shut or closed after use. DIRECTIONS Proceed on the A22 southbound towards East Grinstead and Uckfield. Before reaching Uckfield, follow signs onto the B2026, northbound towards Fairwarp. Continue and take a left hand turning into Old Forge Lane. The property is the first on the left hand side with two double timber gates which are electric via remote control.

6 bed detached house

Picketts Lane, Horney Common, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22

listed on 2019-08-13  Knight Frank   

Amenities 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 5 Reception Rooms 15.3 Acres (6.19 Hectares) Outbuildings Period Garden Land Listed Stabling Swimming Pool Tennis Court Private Parking Property type house Tenure freehold A wonderful 6 bedroom family house in a secluded setting in Horney Common. A substantial Grade II listed detached property in Ashdown Forest. Large detached building housing a swimming pool, changing/shower room and studio. Detached garage with workshop and store room above. Timber framed log store. Gardens and grounds, large lake, paddock. In all about 15.3 acres. The property is a wonderful and substantial Grade II listed family house of brick construction with tile hung upper elevations under a tiled roof. It sits in a fantastic rural setting and has various outbuildings as well as an indoor swimming pool and tennis court offering many benefits for families. Internally the house has well-proportioned reception rooms and family accommodation. There are many period features such as exposed timbers, some original brick tiled flooring, open fireplaces and attractive leaded light windows. A later addition was the extension off the kitchen which created an open-plan kitchen/breakfast/family room. It has an Aga, wood-burning stove, tiled flooring, and windows/doors overlooking the gardens and view beyond. Outside, the house is approached off Picketts Lane via a gated entrance over a gravel driveway leading to the parking area. There is a large detached building housing the garaging, workshop and store room above. There is also another timber-framed log store/tractor shed and a paddock. Along the drive is another gated entrance with circular turning area, lawned garden, flowers borders and paved path leading to the front door. The gardens surrounding the property are a particular feature and comprise a main lawned area and a lower lawn with access to the vegetable garden and greenhouse. There is a large paved terrace with raised flower borders and steps leading down to the garden. There is another large detached building housing the heated swimming pool, changing/shower room and studio. There is a tennis court (in need of relaying) and a large lake with grass carp, surrounded by trees. In all the property extends to about 15.3 acres. Location information The property is positioned in an unrivalled and secluded setting in the Ashdown Forest and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property is surrounded by the delightful East Sussex countryside which covers 6,400 acres of the High Weald and are the remains of the Lancaster Great Park deer hunting forest from the time of King Edward II. The nearby village of Fletching has two public houses, a farm shop, village hall, church and primary school. Shopping facilities for day to day needs can be found at the nearby villages of Nutley and Maresfield. A more comprehensive range of shopping can be found at Uckfield, Crowborough, Haywards Heath, Lewes, Tunbridge Wells and Brighton. There is a good selection of schools in the area and communications are excellent with train services to London from Haywards Heath, Buxted and Crowborough. The A22 and A23 are a short drive away providing access to the M23 and M25 national motorway network, London and the International airports of Gatwick and Heathrow. The surrounding countryside provides delightful walks and there is excellent riding on Ashdown Forest and the South Downs. Other recreational facilities include golf at Piltdown, Haywards Heath and the East Sussex National. Opera can be enjoyed at Glyndebourne and there is good access to the south coast providing a wide range of water sports and other interests such as the Theatre Royal in Brighton. Nutley 1.65 miles. Maresfield 2 miles. Fletching 2.5 miles. Uckfield 5 miles (London Bridge 1 hr 20 minutes). Haywards Heath 10 miles (London Victoria from 41 minutes). Lewes 13 miles. Tunbridge Wells 14 miles. Brighton 21 miles. London 55 miles. (All times and distances approximate) Read more

7 bed house

East Sussex, TN22

listed on 2019-10-31  CountryWide   

A beautifully presented Grade II listed country house with well-balanced family space and excellent ancillary accommodation providing two self-contained annexes. Attractive gardens and grounds with heated swimming pool and pool house, stabling and paddock plus double garage. Upton farm is an attractive Grade II listed family house of painted brick construction with tile hung upper elevations under a tiled roof. The property has been extended and completely refurbished by the current owners and is now beautifully presented. The principal reception rooms offer well-proportioned space and the period features such as fireplaces, exposed timbers some tiled and wooden flooring and some exposed stone walls. Of a particular note is the newly extended kitchen/ breakfast room with vaulted ceilings and oak framed surround. The enormous windows offer fantastic natural light, flooding the room and illuminating the large island. French doors lead out to the brick paved patio and a decked area which is ideal for entertaining. The bathrooms and en suites are incredibly well fitted in a bespoke style with features such as exposed timbers and flooring. In addition to the main residence there is substantial ancillary accommodation compromising two self-contained annexes, ideal for multi-generational living. Situation Upton Farm is situated in in a rural position on the edge of the village of Framfield which has a church, church hall, village hall, pre-school, primary school, various local societies, recreation ground, monthly village market and a traditional summer fair each summer. Uckfield offers a wide range of shopping and recreational amenities with supermarkets, cinema and mainline station serving to London. Train services are also available at Buxted. There is a good choice of schooling in the area, in both the state and private sectors including St Leonards at Mayfield, Skippers Hill Manor Preparatory at Five Ashes, Bede’s Senior at Upper Dicker, Bede’s Preparatory at Eastbourne, Eastbourne College, Cumnor House at Danehill, Brambletyre at Forest Row, Tonbridge and Sevenoaks. Leisure facilities in the area include golf at east Sussex National (Little Horsted) and Eastbourne; sailing and fishing on the south coats and at Bewl Water; Opera at Glyndebourne; racing at Plumpton and Lingfield. Framfield village 0.5 miles Buxted station 2 miles (London Bridge from 69 minutes). Uckfield station 2.3 miles (London Bridge from 73 minutes) Lewes 11 miles. Eastbourne 11 miles. Tunbridge Wells 14 Miles. Brighton 20 miles. (All times and distances approximate). Outside Upton farm is approached off Gatehouse Lane with parking and a double garage. The gardens are a particular feature of the property and are incredibly well stocked with a multitude of mature flower borders, trees and shrubs. At the front of the property there is an archway with path leading to the front door, passing a lawned garden. At the rear is a large paved and decked terrace with impressive pond features. There are various seating areas dotted around the garden, all of which have delightful views over the gardens which include a private patio with pergola surrounding. Continuing past the lawned gardens, this leads onto the heated swimming pool with paved surround, pool house and a gate leading down to the wooded area with stream. The side paddock is fenced off (and currently houses pet pigs!). In all the property extends to about 3.35 acres. Main House: Four Bedrooms Three Bathrooms Kitchen/Breakfast Room Two Utility Rooms Family Room Dining Room Sitting Room Drawing Room Cloakroom. Attached Annexe: Two Bedrooms Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

6 bed house

Piltdown, TN22

listed on 2019-10-13  CountryWide   

This stunning 6 bedroom family home is situated in the sought after rural village of Piltdown, which is set between Uckfield & Newick. 'Fircone' is a beautiful family home set on a plot of around 4.2 acres including paddocks, stables and gardens. • 6 Bedrooms • Large Extended Family Home • Beautifully Presented • Gated Enterance • Heated Swimming Pool • Approximately 4.2 Acres • Annexe Potential • Biomass Heating System • 64 Solar Panels • Stables & Paddocks Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

6 bed house

Piltdown, TN22

listed on 2019-10-12  CountryWide   

This stunning 6 bedroom family home is situated in the sought after rural village of Piltdown, which is set between Uckfield & Newick. The nearest train line service to London runs from Uckfield train station which is only a short drive and has parking opposite the station or Hayward's heath train station which is an extra 10 minute drive. You will find local schools, shops and bus links in both Uckfield and Newick. Piltdown golf course is also only a very short drive from your front door. 'Fircone' is a beautiful family home and set on a plot of around 4.2 acres including several paddocks, stables, gardens and the incredible home itself. You approach the house via the five bar electric gate which is independently remote controlled directly from the house and car when approaching the gates to the large gravel driveway, where you will find a large secure double garage with electric access and an electric charging point, biomass/workshop space and a storage room previously used as a gym by the current owners. Biomass conveys heat for the central heating and hot water. Opposite this parking area you will find a large front garden/paddock which incorporates modern stables currently being used to house donkeys but has the potential for horses or other animals. Behind this space you will find an array of 64 panels which were commissioned in October 2015, with the Feed in Tariff repayments by EDF Energy. The house itself has beautiful gardens which wrap around the property and is made up of several areas including a heated swimming pool with safe secure pool cover which is also independently heated by an air source heat pump, patio area to the rear of the garden room, stunning summer house and separate lawn areas. The house itself has been extended and improved over the years by the current owners and truly is an amazing family home. The ground floor is split into 3 sections, the first section is made up of a large drawing room with feature fire place, extended dining room with access to the rear garden and a high quality kitchen which links directly into the warm feeling sun room looking with beautiful views over the garden. The second section is made up of a utility room, two slightly smaller bedrooms and a large master bedroom with a nice size en-suite and built in storage. The third section is a large study/games room, boiler room and sitting room and is the perfect space for an annex as upstairs you will find a luxury bedroom with a stand alone bath looking over the gardens and open plan storage and bedroom space. You also have another floor above the living space where you will find another two double bedrooms and family bathroom. This property also bonuses from having CCTV which has full recording facilities and includes 180 degree camera at the front and four supporting camera's around the house. Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate

6 bed house

Sharpsbridge Lane, Piltdown, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22

listed on 2019-10-24  John D Wood and Co   

TENURE: Unknown This stunning 6 bedroom family home is situated in the sought after rural village of Piltdown, which is set between Uckfield & Newick. 'Fircone' is a beautiful family home set on a plot of around 4.2 acres including paddocks, stables and gardens. • 6 Bedrooms • Large Extended Family Home • Beautifully Presented • Gated Enterance • Heated Swimming Pool • Approximately 4.2 Acres • Annexe Potential • Biomass Heating System • 64 Solar Panels • Stables & Paddocks

6 bed detached house

6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Maresfield

listed on 2019-04-11  Fine and Country   

Price £1,350,000 6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Maresfield 6 5 An exceptional energy conscious rural residence set in the rolling landscape of the East Sussex countryside. Situated in a convenient but private location on the edge of the Ashdown Forest, we are pleased to offer to the market 'The Old Oast'. An exceptional energy conscious and versatile rural residence set in the rolling landscape of the East Sussex countryside. Situated in a convenient but private location on the edge of the Ashdown Forest, we are pleased to offer to the market 'The Old Oast'. This wonderful family home has been occupied by the current owners for nearly seventeen years; a testament of the potential suitability to a growing multi-generational family. Not only does the property offer all the space inside and out you would need but its proximity to train stations, bus routes & schools sets it apart from similar period properties. In addition the Ashdown Forest plus approximately two and a half acres of private land are sure to satisfy your personal interests. It is also worth noting that the property has previously been used as a Bed & Breakfast and there is great holiday let potential. Tucked behind Maresfield Village is a little known tree lined lane called Underhill. As you pass by Underhill Lake to your right the driveway for the oast arrives on your left. Wending up away from the lane the property rises into view ahead. There is plenty of parking options either to the left before you reach the house or at the driveways end which finishes at the triple garage and wood store. We believe the old oast has its origins set in the 18th Century with the square barn being added in the 19th Century, further extensions in the 1920's, 60's and finally the two storey extension in 2000 which is where we begin. The rear door which is most regularly used opens up into the kitchen; a light, bright and spacious room offering dual aspects. There is a range of wall and base units with an integrated induction hob and oven, plus space for a fridge, freezer and dishwasher. A separate utility area has an extra sink and offers lots of additional space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Alarm systems and the boiler can also be found here. Passing through the kitchen you reach the heart of the home. A substantial split level family day room centred around a large log burner from which you can gain access to every other part of the house including the garden, pool area and annexe. There is ample space for a large dining table, perhaps a music area and a very comfortable snug; all of which benefit from sunlight pouring in from the south east elevation to the north west throughout the day. The exposed brickwork coupled with the oak flooring leave a crisp modern finish to this part of the home. Stepping up and past the snug area you will find the guest quarters where two well proportioned double bedrooms have sole use of the downstairs shower room. Nicely independent from the three first floor bedrooms suitable for visiting relatives or maybe as a study or home office. Back though the family room a door leads into an inner hallway with an additional cloakroom before reaching the original entrance hallway situated between the roundel and the barn. The roundel has been utilised as the formal dining room whilst the barn is the main sitting room, a peaceful and charming lounge in which to unwind at the end of a long day. A beautiful inglenook fireplace with log burner is the focus of the room and is complimented by high ceiling timbers and plenty of windows overlooking the gardens beyond. The first floor briefly comprises of three bedrooms and three bathrooms, two of which are en-suite. As you reach the landing and take your first left you step in to what is, despite not being the largest, the master suite. A bright dual aspect bedroom directly above the sitting room below which benefits from a proper walk in wardrobe/dressing room and en-suite shower room with bidet. Across the landing passing by a further bathroom and separate wc is the roundel bedroom which has access to a massive conical loft; whilst this additional storage is useful it could be opened up to create a vast vaulted ceiling or even converted into another room! The largest bedroom is saved until last, spanning over thirty square metres with plenty of eaves access and a further walk in warbrobe it also has sole use of the largest bathroom too. A final point worth mentioned is the big airing cupboard which is a small room in itself located back just off the landing. Across from the oast is the sympathetically refurbished barn which has been tastefully converted into a self-contained annexe offering in excess of 1000 sq.ft if you include the office. Whilst the current owners have used the barn for relatives its easy to imagine a thriving Bed & Breakfast or 'Airbnb' holiday let here. The front door leads into the expansive open-plan kitchen/living room which has retained a wealth of original features with its exposed light beams and vaulted ceiling before a hallway leads on to the bedroom, utility room and bathroom. It is feasible to extend this hallway and incorporate the office (which currently can only be accessed externally) into the annexe to create a second bedroom. Great care was taken when rebuilding the barn to ensure its efficiency was high and carbon footprint low. Dual function solar panels not only power the underfloor heating in the barn but is connected to the pool too. The attached plant room is conveniently located for ease of maintenance. Externally you find yourself in an elevated position right in the middle of just under two and a half acres of the most beautiful gardens and grounds. The whole property is surrounded by wonderfully mature trees and open paddocks and fields which gives the illusion of you garden going on forever. The low maintenance gardens surround the oast and barn which centre around the swimming pool and terrace areas which benefit from sunshine through into the evening. As you can imagine there have been plenty of long summer evenings spent in the company of good friends and family. Just away from the house is a large pond within a beautiful wooded copse and for maintenance a number of sheds and a workshop. It is also possible to walk directly from your garden onto neighbouring fields towards the Weald way and the Ashdown Forest making this the perfect spot to begin a circular walk with a variety of pubs nearby offering refreshment. The nearby towns of Uckfield & Crowborough offer a comprehensive range of shopping facilities whilst further afield Tunbridge Wells, Lewes & Haywards Heath are better known for their bars, restaurants and leisure pursuits. The Ashdown Forest provides unlimited riding and walking routes plus a number of golf courses including the Royal Ashdown at Forest Row. There are a variety of both private and state schools also within easy reach.  Property Features Detached Oast House with 18th Century Origins One/Two Bedroom Detached Barn Annexe Solar Heated Swimming Pool & Terraces Over Two Acres of Open lawns plus a Wildlife Pond Peace, Privacy & Seclusion in a Non-Isolated Position Triple Garage, Office & Workshop Five Sociable Reception Rooms Walking Distance from Maresfield Village & Post Office Approximately Two Miles from Buxted Mainline Railway Station Eco-Friendly Solar Panels Media

5 bed house

School Lane, Hadlow Down, East Sussex, TN22 4HY

listed on 2019-10-23  Doorknobs Ltd   

Location Hadlow Down is small yet eventful village with a close community. At the heart of the village is St Marks Primary School' and St Marks Church', who together organise many family events throughout the year including the Summer Fayre, Festive Christmas Events, Race Nights, as well as the traditional quiz and family evenings, to name but a few. Hadlow Down village also offers a local public house, café, woodland walks and events such as the annual Tinkers Steam Rally. Buxted village is around 2 miles distance and can be reached within a 5 minute drive. This village provides facilities such as the doctor's surgery, newsagent store, restaurants, local public houses, primary school and a hairdressers. There is also a mainline rail station providing services to London Victoria and London Bridge. For more comprehensive facilities, Uckfield provides everything you need including two supermarkets, banks, high street shops, cinema, Community College, library and leisure centre with a swimming pool. Accommodation Summary Entrance Hall * Cloakroom * Kitchen * Living Room * Dining Room * Playroom * Utility Room * Pantry * Study/Bedroom 5 * Shower Room * Master Bedroom * En-Suite Shower Room * 3 Further Bedrooms * Family Bathroom * Double Garage * Stunning Rear Garden * Driveway for 6 Cars * Description Entrance hall with UVPC front door, tiled cream stone flooring and neutral décor. Cloakroom with W.C and sink vanity unit. Storage Cupboard. Wooden Oak Doors to the living room, playroom and kitchen. A large kitchen with a range of wooden fronted units with a cream granite effect worktop and upstands, a large breakfast bar that seats four. Integral appliances including a double oven, single oven, ceramic hob and dishwasher. Cream stone tiled flooring with neutral décor. Double aspect view offering plenty of light. Wooden oak door leading to the pantry and dining room. The pantry is fitted with a range of cream high gloss tower units and the fridge/freezer. White panel door leading to the utility room with the washing machine and condenser dryer. Loft access with a pull down ladder. Door leading to the double garage, and the annex/5th bedroom. Access to the rear garden. The annex/5th bedroom is a fantastic size offering a vaulted ceiling with a large chandelier light fitting. Large french doors onto the rear garden. En-Suite shower room consisting of a large walk in shower, w.c, and vanity hand basin with cream stone effect tiled walls with a mosaic boarder and heated towel rail. The living room is a tremendous size with large french doors and a large window overlooking the rear garden. There is a stunning working log fireplace, with a brick surround and wooden mantel. Four ceiling roses with decorative pendant light fittings. Neutral décor. Double wooden oak doors leading to the dining room. The dining room offers perfect space for entertaining given the size. Neutrally decorated with a feature wallpapered wall. Large window overlooking the rear garden. A good size playroom with outlooks onto the front gardens. Neutral décor. To the first floor there are four good size double bedrooms, and two bathrooms, landing with a large airing cupboard and loft access with a pull down ladder. The master bedroom offers a vast amount of space with four cream fitted wardrobes. A large window overlooking the countryside, and a fan light. Door leading to; The en-suite shower room has been fitted with his and hers sinks with mirrors above, a large walk-in Aqualisa shower, and w.c. Tiled stone effect walls and flooring with a mosaic style border and panel. Frosted window and spotlighting. There are three further double bedrooms, all exceptional sizes with the second bedroom having fitted wardrobes and a fitted desk/chest of draw unit. All modern décor. The family bathroom has been fitted with his and hers sinks with mirrors above, a large bath, w.c, and a large walk in Aqualisa shower. Cream stone effect tiled walls and floors with a mosaic boarder. Frosted window and spotlighting. Gardens There are beautiful and well maintained front and rear gardens. The rear garden as a large patio with patio lighting directly from the living room, as well as a further patio area to the back of the garden. There are some mature shrubbery and stunning flower beds along with a beautiful water feature. Large shed and log store to the side. Additional Notes There is a double garage with up and over doors with further plumbing for an additional dishwasher, as well as loft access with a pull down ladder. Power and Light. There is large driveway with space for around 6 cars. Please be aware that the owner of this property works for Doorknobs Ltd Viewing Please contact us on 01892 512101 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information. Energy Performance Certificate to view the Energy Efficiency Rating and Environmental Impact Rating for this property. Disclaimer Doorknobs endeavour to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

3 bed detached house

3 Bedroom Mews House For Sale in Buckswood Grange, Rocks Road

listed on 2019-04-13  Fine and Country   

Price £550,000 3 Bedroom Mews House For Sale in Buckswood Grange, Rocks Road 3 2 A fantastic opportunity to purchase a freehold former stable set in the exclusive gated community of 'Buckswood Grange'. A private and secluded setting but still within walking distance to the town of Uckfield. The property not only benefits from its own private garden but with access to three further acres of communal land and tennis courts to enjoy. A fantastic opportunity to purchase a freehold former stable set in the exclusive gated community of 'Buckswood Grange'. A private and secluded setting but still within walking distance to the town of Uckfield. The property not only benefits from its own private garden but with access to three further acres of communal land and tennis courts to enjoy. Fine and Country are delighted to introduce to you brand new to the market – 'Stable Cottage' A unique property which was once part of the formal stables to the Victorian Mansion - 'Buckswood Grange' (1838) 'Buckswood Grange' is an exclusive gated development created from the conversion and refurbishment of a beautiful Victorian mansion house and outbuildings, previously used as a private school. Within the development there is a mixture of two, three and four bedroom homes. As you arrive through the automatic iron gates you have a choice of two private parking spaces with extra spaces for visitors. Entering through the main door is a large shared porch, for no. 18 & 19 which leads to the front door. Stepping inside you find a spacious hall, a perfect place for welcoming guests. Off the hall is what could be your downstairs study/bedroom, if required. Our owners currently use this room as a well equipped study. This room benefits from wall to wall built in wardrobes plus space for all your office furniture, the office furniture will remain but is easily removable to create even more space for bedroom furniture. Also on the ground floor is a bathroom with a bath and shower overhead, plus a WC and wash basin. Moving into the main living area, the current owners have a sofa, two arm chairs, a boudoir grand piano, a dining room table and chairs for up to 6 guests. It's a lovely light space with high ceiling height and with windows and French doors facing out into your own private walled garden. The living area flows easily into the kitchen with all your essential built in appliances. To the first floor you have two double bedrooms, the first being the master bedroom with en-suite shower. Both bedrooms benefit from fine views across the grounds, as well as storage space beneath the eaves. Stepping outside you have a patio area which is pleasant for al-fresco dining and enjoying the evening sun. You also have a grass lawned area, with surrounding shrubs, flowers and a shingled pathway leading to the garden sheds and back gate. This gives you access to the communal grounds with just over three acres of land, tennis courts and woodlands. And if that's not enough you also benefit from having your own private entrance to 'Lake Wood' where you have a further twenty acres to enjoy at your own leisure. Moving on to the location, 'Buckswood Grange' is situated on the north-western edge of the town, adjacent to open countryside, West Park Nature Reserve and The Woodland Trust's Lake Wood. It is within half a mile of the facilities of the town centre including two supermarkets, a range of shops, public houses, restaurants, cinema, library and the church. Within the town there are several primary schools, the Community College, the Leisure Centre with swimming pool, and at the bottom of the High Street is the rail station offering services to London bridge and London Victoria from about 75 minutes. The A22 by-passes Uckfield, linking with the A26 and A272 to provide access to many surrounding towns and the main road/motorway network, with Gatwick Airport about 26 miles. The historic town is surrounded by open countryside and about four miles to the north is the Ashdown Forest; at circa 6,500 acres it is the largest free public access open space in the South East and a venue for many leisure pursuits, including horse riding by permit. The Forest is also home to Winnie the Pooh and friends, as immortalised in the books of A.A. Milne. There are state and private schools for all age groups in the area and several golf clubs in the vicinity, most notably the East Sussex National and Piltdown being within half a mile. There are riding centres at Hickstead, Croxstead and Golden Cross, a range of water sports on the coast at Eastbourne and Brighton and opera at Glyndebourne, plus a number of National Trust Properties.   Property Features A Three Bedroom Converted Former Stable Private and Secluded Garden Gated Community Walking Distance to Uckfield Town Open Plan Kitchen/Living Area Ground Floor Bedroom and Bathroom Master Bedroom with an En-Suite Private Parking Bays for Two Cars Plus Extra Spaces for Visitors Three Acres Of Shared Land and Woodland To Enjoy Rural and Quiet Location Media

5 bed detached house

Palehouse Common, Uckfield, TN22

listed on 2019-10-31  Samuel and Son Ltd   

Property features • Farm barns complex with full planning consent for a new dwelling in a superb rural location • Proposed scheme incorporates: • a substantial five bedroom family home of about 4,036sq ft • detached swimming pool/games building of about 1,270sq ft • detached five bay cart lodge style garage of about 925sq ft • Gardens with terraces • Adjoining pasture field • Uckfield mainline station 2.5 miles • In all about 2 acres An exceptional development opportunity to acquire a farm barns complex in about 2 acres with full planning consent to demolish existing buildings and build a substantial five bedroom family home together with detached pool house/games building and garaging in a rural location with superb countryside views.   Location In a superb rural position within the hamlet of Palehouse Common which is situated in the heart of East Sussex nestled between the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the South Downs National Park.  The pretty villages of Blackboys and Framfield are both about 2 miles; Blackboys boasting a fine 14th century pub and restaurant, along with village stores and café.  Uckfield is about 2.5 miles and has a wide range of shopping and recreational amenities with supermarkets, cinema, leisure centre, community hospital and mainline station with services to London Bridge. The County Town of East Sussex, Lewes, is about 10 miles to the south west and has many independent restaurants, shops, markets and a cinema, and is also well served by a range of supermarkets.  It also has a mailine train station with services to London Victoria.  Tunbridge Wells with its excellent modern shopping centre is about 18 miles to the north whilst the coastal towns of Brighton and Eastbourne are both about 19 miles.  The nearby A22 gives access to the A26 and A272 providing easy access to surrounding towns and also the M25 and wider national motorway network. The area offers a diverse choice of leisure and recreational opportunities. Walking and riding can be enjoyed across the South Downs; the Ashdown Forest with over 6,500 acres of open heath and woodland lies to the north and the south coast is readily accessible.  Leisure facilities in the area include golf at Piltdown and East Sussex National (Little Horsted); sailing and fishing on the south coast and at Bewl Water; racing at Plumpton and Lingfield.  There is a vibrant cultural and arts scene across Sussex with world-class opera at Glyndebourne and the annual Brighton Festival presenting a huge programme of events.  There is a very good choice of schooling in the area, in both the state and private sectors including Blackboys and Framfield C of E Primary Schools, Uckfield Community College, Mayfield School, Bedes Senior School at Upper Dicker, Lewes Old Grammar School, St Andrews Preparatory at Eastbourne, Eastbourne College and Brighton College.   Description The property presently comprises of a partly walled, gated courtyard farm barn complex set over a rectangular level plot of about an acre with two steel framed buildings of 27.5m x 13.5m and 50m x 14m respectively with a further 1 acre paddock adjoining to the east; the whole plot extending to about 2 acres.  There is a private vehicular entrance from the highway leading onto an area of hardstanding to the front of the barns. The site has road frontage along the entire northern boundary and enjoys fabulous southerly views across farmland and to the South Downs. Planning consent has been established to remove the existing barns and erect a substantial detached dwelling of some 4,036sq ft together with outbuildings.  The proposed dwelling is designed to a very high standard in the style of a ‘new build Sussex Barn conversion’ providing modern family living space with open plan kitchen/dining room, sitting room, utility, cloakroom, two bedrooms, family bathroom and a family room/study on the ground floor.   The first floor comprises three further bedrooms (one with en suite bathroom and dressing room) together with a second family bathroom. Additionally the proposed scheme includes a detached swimming pool/games building of about 1,270sq ft set to the west of the proposed dwelling and a very good size detached five bay cart lodge style garage with three open bays and two enclosed with a pair of double doors to provide a workshop/store. Outside the proposed scheme incorporates a formal area of garden to the southern and western elevations with a natural stone terraces There is to be a grassland garden on the proposed dwelling’s eastern elevation.  From the highway, a set of electronic gates enter onto a sizeable gravelled front driveway/turning area which leads into the proposed garage on the property’s northern boundary.  A separate pasture field of about 1 acre adjoins the plot on the eastern side with road frontage along its entire northern boundary and abutting surrounding farmland to the south and east. Planning Full planning and Listed Building consent was granted by Wealden District Council on 1st April 2019 and 12th November 2018 under application references WD/2018/0158/F and WD/2018/1569/LB respectively.  All planning documentation is available upon request from Samuel & Son.  There is a Section 106 Agreement associated with the planning application in relation to Wealden District Council’s SAC (Special Area of Conservation) Contribution payment due in relation to the development, which is presently set at £2,697. The planning consent is subject to a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) liability unless exemptions apply.  Planning documentation and further information is available upon request from Samuel & Son.  Services We understand that the site benefits from an independent mains power and water supply.  Purchasers are however advised to make their own enquiries of service providers to confirm full details. Local Authority Wealden District Council   Viewing Strictly by appointment with the Vendor’s Sole Agent, Samuel & Son.  Tel: 01435 810077. Plans The plans contained within these details are not to scale and are for guidance purposes only. Samuel & Son, their clients and any joint agents give notice that: 1. These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property and do not form part of any offer or contract . The information in these particulars is given without responsibility and they have no authority to make or give any representations or warranties whatsoever in relation to this property. 2. Any areas, measurements or distances referred to are given as a guide only and may not be precise. Photographs are not necessarily comprehensive nor current; no assumption should be made that any contents shown are included in the sale nor with regards to parts of the property which have not been photographed. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. Samuel & Son have not tested any services or equipment and nothing in these particulars should be deemed to be a statement that they are in good working order nor that the property is in good structural condition. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.     Read more