5 bedroom detached house for saleBurnt Oak Road, Burnt Oak, Crowborough, East Sussex
- Entrance lobby, Utility/boot room, Scullery, 2 Cloakrooms
- Drawing room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Study
- 5/6 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 en suite)
- Ample parking, Garden with terracing and lawn
- Stable yard with 10 loose boxes, wash down area, tack rooms and hay stores.
- Ménage , Lunging/breaking arena, Horse walker, Isolation loose box, Mobile home
- Dairy yard with 6 loose boxes and feed store with lapsed planning for conversion to ancillary accommodation.
- About 32 acres TBV
A wonderful equestrian property set in a lovely rural position with extensive stabling, ménage, horse walker and cross country training course within 32 acres and with panoramic views to the South Downs
Entrance lobby, Utility/boot room, Scullery, 2 Cloakrooms
Drawing room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Study
5/6 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 en suite)
Ample parking, Garden with terracing and lawn
Stable yard with 10 loose boxes, wash down area, tack rooms and hay stores.
Ménage , Lunging/breaking arena, Horse walker, Isolation loose box, Mobile home
Dairy yard with 6 loose boxes and feed store with lapsed planning for conversion to ancillary accommodation.
About 32 acres TBV
This attractive and well-proportioned family house has flexible accommodation, having recently been extended by the current owner.
The front door opens into an entrance lobby, off which are stairs to the first floor. The kitchen/dining room is a substantial room stretching from the front to the back of the house with modern, well-fitted, cream Shaker style wall, floor and island units and appliances, including Leisure range cooker, integrated dishwasher and microwave. The kitchen has a tiled floor and door down to cellar. Off the kitchen is a spacious utility/boot room with matching units, double stainless steel sink, stable door to the garden and an adjoining cloakroom. The drawing room is an excellent size and has French doors onto the garden. There is also a well-proportioned sitting room, an internal study, further cloakroom and a scullery/secondary kitchen with range of fitted units, electric cooker, 1½ bowl sink, tiled splashbacks, space for dishwasher, tiled floor, recessed spotlights and glazed stable door to the parking area.
Upstairs, the accommodation has been arranged to allow for different generations of the family to have different sections with an interconnecting door. One section has 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom which has a paneled bath with shower and screen above, WC and wash hand basin set in vanity unit, while the other section has a walk-through bedroom (which could easily be divided off to provide a dedicated, independent bedroom) which leads to bedroom 5. The principal bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and well-appointed en suite bathroom with air jet bath, separate glazed shower cubicle, WC, pedestal wash hand basin and tiled walls.
Garden and land
The garden lies to the front and side of the property and is mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees, a greenhouse and terrace leading around to the parking area. The land extend to about 32 acres (to be verified) divided into several paddocks and woodland with a pond. The land slopes down to the bottom of the valley where there is further woodland and a stream. The current owner has made a training course, consisting of Derby Bank, Devils Dyke, Sunken Road, Cross Country Steps, Water Feature with sand and part concrete base to keep the water in and a clear gallop around the large fields.
Equestrian facilities and outbuildings
The main yard is concrete block built, currently with 10 stables, wash down area, tack rooms and hay stores. To the north of this is the outdoor ménage (30m x 50m) with a Charles Britton rubber surface, enclosed post and rail fence and flood lights. There is also a lunging/breaking arena (20m x 20m) enclosed within post and rail fencing. Next to this is a 5 bay horse walker.. To the east of this is the dairy yard, currently used for stabling, with 5 loose boxes in the main brick built building plus a further large loose box and feed store and which has lapsed planning for conversion to ancillary accommodation. Set away from the main yard is an isolation loose box. To the side of the entrance to the property is a tractor shed, barn and garaging. Between the garden and the arena is a mobile home.
Planning permission WD/1999/2564/F - lapsed
Conversion of former agricultural building to living accommodation ancillary to the main dwelling house and tack room. WD/1999/2564/F.
Local Show Centres and Hacking Out
The farm has the benefit of being within hacking distance of Ashdown Forest (permit required) where there is extensive heathland riding by permit. By trailer it is around 10 mins. Further riding out can be had at Bewl Water, Bedgbury Forest and Rotherfield Woodland (all these areas may require permits). There are 2 bridleways across the golf course which is only a short hack away, further riding out can be had off Hurstwood Equestrian Centre, Grosvenor Park and Sweethorns. Show centres include Chelwood Gate, Golden Cross, Petley Wood and Brendon Stud.
Amenities and Communications
Situated in an unspoilt rural location off a quiet country lane on the southern side of Crowborough so has good access to the wide range of local shops, the leisure centre and the station at Jarvis Brook (London 61 mins). Royal Tunbridge Wells is 9 miles to the north which offers an excellent range of facilities.
Ashdown Forest is close by which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is ideal for walking, horse riding, golf and enjoying spectacular views over the Sussex Countryside. There is an extensive selection of excellent schools in the area in both state and independent sectors. Crowborough Beacon Golf Club is within 1 mile.
Local Authorities & Services
Wealden District Council: 01892 653311. East Sussex County Council: 03456080190. Council Tax band G. Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil fired heating and solar panels.
From the centre of Crowborough head south on the A26. Immediately on passing the golf course take the left-hand turning. Drive along Sheep Plain and after ¼ mile turn right (High Brooms). At the junction where five roads meet, turn half right into Burnt Oak Road and the property will be found on after about ½ mile.
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