5 bedroom property for saleWarrs Hill Road, North Chailey
Guide Price £950,000
- Five good size bedrooms
- Useful Utility room
- Wonderful Kitchen/Dining room
- Close to popular village
- Rural setting
- Fantastic Countryside walks nearby
- Double detached garage
- Park like grounds
- Substantial Period Home
Escape to the Country has nothing on this magnificent substantial period family home, which forms the major portion of this Country home. Located in the heart of the fantastic East Sussex countryside and close to Chailey Common Nature Reserve with its many footpaths and bridleways linking it to neighbouring districts. As you view the property from the gravel driveway for the first time you are immediately transported back in time to around the turn of the last century and can imagine the splendid scene as the original occupants arrived for a High Society Ball, Oh what a thrill! as you too can now be the envy of your friends and family as you invite them over for a special occasion. As you enter into the Entrance Hall you immediately get a sense of the light and spacious accommodation with the adjoining Boot Room the ideal space to accommodate your guests' coats. As you walk into the Sitting Room you notice the double doors open onto the Drawing Room giving you a fantastic entertaining space, particularly cosy affair especially at Christmas Time with the fire alight and the decorated Christmas Tree, For those looking to start a new hobby the Sun Lounge is an ideal space to draw inspiration from as it enjoys panoramic views across the park-like grounds, or if you prefer why not sit back and just relax with a lovely cup of tea. If this is not enough, this property also offers a fabulous kitchen/dining room which itself enjoys wonderful views of the grounds and is the perfect place for families to gather around the table. For those with younger children, whilst you prepare your family's favourite meal you can keep a watchful eye over them while they play. For those that have pets, the useful Utility area, just off the kitchen, is the perfect place as it has access to the garden. The feeling of light and space continues across the first and second floors with five double bedrooms and two bathrooms. This property is sure to accommodate all families growing needs. So if it is time to move to a tranquil and rural setting but somewhere that also enjoys fantastic connections to the commuter town of Haywards Heath, the market town of Uckfield and the historical town of Lewes then look no further as this special location is sure to become your next perfect destination.What the Owner saysThe house has been a family home for us, our growing children and our pets. The common has been a training ground for marathon walks, exhausting our greyhounds and a place for the kids to cycle and explore in safety. We have family rituals of long summer evening walks to the local pub, horse riding over the commons and through the farmland toll paths. Cosy winter evenings in front of the log fire, panoramic sunsets from the first floor landing, and noisy Christmas festivities for our entire family. These are just a few of the memories and images that we will take with us when we leave. Lewes Town has allowed us to indulge all our artistic, musical, literary and political interests. Lewes Guy Fawkes is a spectacular annual event for family and friends and the Sussex coast is a great place to access all sorts of water sports and night-life for burgeoning adults. It is also home to several significant art galleries. The space the house provides means that we have had countless parties for our children and for ourselves. The sitting room and adjoining drawing room has accommodated children’s parties, summer birthday parties with live bands playing in the garden and firework displays. The garden has evolved over time with much thought and attention to develop and use of the woodland space more deliberately and allow light into the garden without forfeiting our privacy. It is also home to many frequent visitors including deer, rabbits, pheasants, owls, hawks and just the occasional fox. The wild ponies on the common have not yet invaded our space but a trip across the road to feed the ponies with treats just adds to the harmony of life in the countryside.
Boot room 5'8" x 3'9"
Boiler room 5'8"x 4'9"
Sitting room 21'7" max x 15'3" max
Drawing room 27'8" x 15'
Sun lounge 22'1" x 5'6"
Kitchen/Dining area 29'5" x 12'10" max
Utility area 15'9" x 4'8"
Master bedroom 17'5" max x 15'1"
En suite bathroom
Bedroom 2 14'9" x 14'9"
Bedroom 3 14'9" x 12'5"
Bedroom 4 16' x 11'4" max
2nd Floor Landing
Bedroom 5 15' x 15'
Gravel driveway providing off-street parking for numerous vehicles
Detached double garage
Extensive park-like grounds to both side and rear
Large garden shed
EPC Rating - F
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