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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

The Green, Newick, East Sussex, BN8


Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Former School House
  • Central Village Location With Rural Views
  • Uniquely Designed & Beautifully Presented
  • A Wealth Of Charm & Character Throughout
  • 16 ft Living Room
  • 16 ft Conservatory
  • Modern Fitted Kitchen
  • Master Bedroom With En Suite
  • Two Further Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom & Two Cloakrooms

Full description

OUTBUILDINGS AND GENEROUS GARDENS. A beautifully presented and lovingly maintained semi detached period home which notably provides three bedrooms and exceptionally landscaped gardens. Understood to have been built in the mid 19th century and was a school house, this fascinating residence of approximately 1277 sq ft (TBV) is wonderfully situated within the community of Newick, enjoying views over the Village Green towards the stunning Sussex countryside beyond. Of huge historical worth, this unique property is adorned with period features which have been retained and are teamed with modern conveniences creating a stimulating design concept. Approaching the property via the brick laid pathway you are greeted by the imposing front door, flanked by Ionic columns, which opens into the entrance hall. The 16 ft living room has an impressive sash window to the front allowing an abundance of natural light to fill the room and fitted, original shutters which are concealed in the wall. As well as two radiators there is a wood burning stove set into a stately marble fireplace. The living and entertaining space continues into the conservatory which benefits from underfloor heating and double doors leading out to the gardens. Concluding the accommodation to the ground floor are a modern fitted kitchen with space for appliances and a useful cloakroom with a stained-glass window. Stairs ascend from the entrance hall with a graceful sweeping handrail leading you to the first floor landing where panelled doors open to the principal rooms. The master bedroom suite boasts further modern design flourishes alongside architectural features such as an original cast iron fireplace with cupboards and deep drawers either side. A walk-in wardrobe provides hanging and storage and an en suite shower room is cleverly concealed with wardrobe doors and includes a designer suite. There is another bedroom/home office on this floor with a convenient adjoining cloakroom. From the landing a door reveals a secondary staircase leading to the second floor where the elevated views of the village and the rural setting can really be admired. Completing the accommodation here is a double bedroom and a family bathroom. The stylish décor of this exceptional home is unconventionally complimented externally by traditionally landscaped gardens which have been divided into a series of sections, or outside rooms, each yielding their own individual uses. Numerous seating areas and terraces are interspersed throughout the grounds providing space for al fresco dining and entertaining. Areas of lawn are bordered by mature and established planting of specimen trees and shrubs which seamlessly unites the garden into the picturesque countryside beyond. The former coach house has been developed into a fine 18 ft studio/workshop and a brick-built summer house supplies further auxiliary space. Raised vegetable beds, a potting shed, an Edwardian-style greenhouse and a large parking area for numerous vehicles all help to ensure that the grounds are functional as well as beautiful. The village of Newick is shrouded in history and many of the properties, such as Algiers, are of huge historic significance. Even the Village Green has long been significant within the community, once being home to the cattle market where a white horse-drawn bus ferried people back and forth from the railway station. Today, the village offers numerous amenities including pubs, restaurants, health and community centres, an 11th century Church and schooling for primary ages. There are also over thirty clubs and societies within the area, covering numerous sporting activities, ensuring that any pastimes or hobbies are catered for. Viewings are highly recommended to appreciate this extremely distinctive property.

Every care is taken in preparing our sales particulars and they are usually verified by the vendor. We do not guarantee appliances, electrical fittings, plumbing, etc; you must satisfy yourself that they operate correctly. Room sizes are approximate. Please do not use them to buy carpets or furniture. We cannot verify the tenure as we do not have access to the legal title. We cannot guarantee boundaries or rights of way. You must take the advice of your legal representative.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
30 September 2016


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