- Detached period family home
- Private gated driveway
- Double garage. EPC E
- 0.9 acre plot.
An EXTENDED and completely REFURBISHED part PERIOD detached house in about an acre plot with detached DOUBLE GARAGE.
Originally an 18th century cottage the property was almost derelict when the current owners acquired it in 2006. Since that time the building has been doubled in size and completely modernised from the ground floor up.
Approached through a new driveway entrance via electric double gates, the wide parking and turning area terminates in front of the extra wide solid oak front door.
A reception hall leads through to an integral lounge (presently used as a family cinema area). Off this spacious hallway is a snug, main drawing room with the original inglenook, stairs to the first floor and an enormous open plan kitchen dining family room.
The first floor enjoys four double bedrooms with 3 bathroom facilities, including 2 ensuites.
Outside the gardens are completely and utterly secluded with the nearest neighbour being at the entrance to the drive. There are two sun patios, one reached from the drawing room to the south and another from the kitchen family room also to the south. The gardens themselves are laid almost exclusively to lawn with high hedged borders.
To the west elevation there is a boiler house with a fitted Grant oil fired boiler and nearby plastic oil storage tank. Two garden sheds are hidden from view also on the western elevation.
A detached garage has a single electrically operated up and over door with power and lighting. There is a personal door to one side and a trap door opens into a fully boarded loft area above.
In all about 0.9 acres. The house is situated behind high evergreen hedging and therefore cannot be seen from the road.
The position is a mile from Whitemans Green COOP store in Cuckfield and approximately the same from the pretty village of Staplefield to the north. Haywards Heath mainline railway station is a 10 minute drive. The A23 Brighton to London dual carriageway is just a mile or so to the west. Gatwick airport, Horsham town and Brighton city along with the M25 (junction 7).