Nestled amidst the serene beauty of the Ashdown Forest, this remarkable 4-bedroom detached family home offers a living experience that transcends the ordinary. The property, typical of a Connors build, exudes character and charm, boasting a rich history and an array of well-preserved period features. As you step into this enchanting residence, you'll be greeted by the warmth of oak beams, intricate panelling, inviting fireplaces, and classic lead windows, all of which contribute to its enduring appeal.
The living space spans two floors, offering a harmonious blend of classic elegance and comfort. The grand reception hall provides a warm welcome, setting the tone for the rest of the home. A conveniently located cloakroom/WC ensures practicality, while the kitchen which is well appointed and hosts an adjoining breakfast room creates a delightful space for family meals and entertaining.
The heart of the home is the formal dining room, where a stunning inglenook fireplace takes centre stage. This room, like many others, resonates with the history of the property, making it an inviting place for gatherings and special occasions.
Additional practical spaces include a utility room and a private study, ensuring that the needs of daily life are met with ease. The large sitting room, complete with a log burner, is the perfect spot for cosy evenings, while the light and airy conservatory offers a space to bask in natural light and appreciate the surrounding beauty.
As you ascend the breath-taking oak staircase, a galleried landing leads to four generous double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The principal bedroom and the third bedroom provide unparalleled views of the Ashdown Forest and the extensive gardens, creating a serene and inspiring atmosphere. Bedroom two features an adjoining store/dressing room, offering the potential for conversion into an ensuite if desired. Ample storage solutions on the upper level ensure that every need is met.
The outdoor space is equally impressive, with the property enveloped by lush gardens that include mature shrubbery, trees, an ornamental pond, sheds, and a greenhouse. The presence of a twitten, providing direct access to the Ashdown Forest, is a unique and cherished feature of the property. The garden, secluded by hedgerows and trees, ensures complete privacy and spans over an acre in size. Additional amenities include an outdoor toilet, office buildings, a workshop, and a garage.
In summary, this exceptional home seamlessly blends historical charm with modern living, set against the breath-taking backdrop of the Ashdown Forest. It offers a lifestyle that is as inviting and comfortable as it is steeped in character and natural beauty. This residence is not just a house; it is a sanctuary, a piece of history, and a place to create lasting memories. Call Makenzie Sampson today to arrange a viewing of this truly beautiful family home.
Sitting Room (6.18m x 3.65m (20'3" x 11'11"))
Conservatory (7.20m x 3.60m (23'7" x 11'9"))
Breakfast Room (4.12m x 3.67m (13'6" x 12'0"))
Kitchen (3.67m x 2.35m (12'0" x 7'8"))
Study (3.67m x 2.35m (12'0" x 7'8" ))
Bedroom 1 (5.18m x 4.20m (16'11" x 13'9"))
Bathroom (4.16m x 3.05m (13'7" x 10'0"))
Bedroom 2 (4.12m x 2.12m (13'6" x 6'11"))
Bathroom (3.07m x 2.58m (10'0" x 8'5"))
Bedroom 4 (3.67m x 2.95m (12'0" x 9'8"))
Bedroom 3 (3.67m x 3.10m (12'0" x 10'2"))
Garage/Workshop (5.97m x 3.22m (19'7" x 10'6"))
Office (4.69m x 3.96m (15'4" x 12'11"))
Garage (5.13m x 2.77m (16'9" x 9'1"))