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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Ovingdean Rd, Ovingdean, East Sussex, BN2

Guide Price £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four/Five Bedroom Farmhouse
  • Guide Price 750,000 - 795,000
  • Large Garden
  • Downland & Paddock Views
  • Garage
  • Spacious Kitchen Dining Room
  • 1/2 Formal Sitting Rooms
  • 2588 Sq Ft/240.4 Sq M

Full description

TENURE: Freehold

Located in one of Sussex's favoured village is this impressive and spacious former farmhouse. Offering four/five bedrooms and ample entertaining space, it's easy to see why it's been such a happy home for the existing owners.

As you approach the house, past the original flint wall up the path and through the pretty front garden, it is apparent how cared for the house is.

Initially entering the house, the large and useful front porch is ideal area for 'debooting'. The downstairs WC is located in this part of the house.

Through what would have been then original front door of the farmhouse, you are instantly struck by a feeling of history and charming character. Although the house has been added to over time, this feeling seems to carry through the entire home and the many original nooks are a wonderful nod to the age past.

To the right you have a spacious reception room or snug with a large south east facing window to enjoy the view of the fields opposite. A wealth of natural light floods this room. There are many retained period features including the brick fireplace and built in Art Nouveau display cabinet.

Through to the rear of the house and to the kitchen, a wonderfully large space, having been lovingly refurbished by the current owners to create a large family entertaining kitchen/dining room. Off the rear of the kitchen is a useful and well fitted utility room, located via the light and airy double height reading room.

The dining area of this elegant space is in prime position, with ample room for a twelve seater table. The room boasts a fireplace with "wood burning" gas fire. This leads on to the spacious conservatory, which looks across the well maintained garden to pony fields and farmland. There is also a well positioned study off the dining area. This leads through to the extremely spacious oak panelled sitting room. You can enjoy the view of the open fields from the window seat, or curl up in front of a log fire in the beautiful feature fireplace.

Up the wide stairs through the middle of the house, you are greeted by an extremely light and open landing, off of which are four large double bedrooms all with their own charming view and fitted storage. The master bedroom has its own en-suite shower room, and full wall expanse of fitted wardrobes. There is also a family bathroom with separate shower as well as bath, sink and WC.

Externally the features don't stop! There is an unusually large garden, completely enclosed by a flint wall, with a large garden shed, lawned area, paved terrace and abundance of shrubs and fruit tree. The garden backs directly on to the pony fields and has a side gate to a rear path, leading to the garage and external driveway.

This charming property is steeped in history yet has a well maintained feel right from the very front door. Viewing is a must as it has never been more true that a house has soul.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
07 November 2016


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