- Period country house with large barn for sale
- Stables and paddock. Double garage
- Amazing views. Peaceful setting
- In all about 1.7 acres
(6.5 minute virtual video tour available) A Grade II listed country house thought to date from the 17th Century standing in grounds of about 1.6 acres with a separate oak framed barn and stable block adjacent. The property is constructed in the main of a classic timber frame with colour washed lower brick elevations under a tiled roof with a cat slide to one slope and significant railed balcony accessed from the master bedroom affording superb views over the adjoining fields and beyond to the South Downs. In addition to the comfortable main dwelling there is a period timber barn (circa 54ft x 18ft6 and thought to have been transported and re-erected here from Lewes many years ago) which serves as an excellent party building but which has numerous other functions including perhaps conversion to formal living accommodation, subject to listed buildings consent. Outside there is double garage (19ft x 18ft) and a small stable block with hay store, tack room and two stables (2 rectangular buildings 32ft x 12ft and 20ft x 12ft). Adjoining the stables is a small enclosed paddock. The gardens surround the house and provide a most attractive back drop to this stunning looking home which enjoys the privacy and tranquillity of being near to the end of a private roadway off the Cuckfield Road. Located between Hurstpierpoint and Goddards Green along a quiet private roadway the property is just a few minutes drive of Hurstpierpoint High Street, the A23 London to Brighton dual carriageway and the shopping centres of Burgess Hill and Cuckfield. The situation is blissful with direct southerly views across farmland to the South Downs. Floorplan subject to confirmation. Early inspection is highly recommended.