A quintessential Grade II listed Sussex farmhouse, situated in a most enviable rural position surround by farmland. The property features bright and airy accommodation and generous ceiling heights for a property of its style and age, however retaining period characteristics including two superb inglenook fireplaces, one with a wood burning stove, exposed ceiling and wall timbers, kitchen with two oven Aga and flagstone flooring and three first floor bedrooms, with the master bedroom having a stunning vaulted ceiling.
The grounds are a true delight having well maintained lawns with flower and shrub borders around and a number of fruit trees in and around. There are rural aspects on all sides of the property and the rear patio benefits from a south westerly aspect over the adjoining farmland. The property further benefits from planning permission to convert the existing garage into a further reception room with aspects over the garden and adjoining farmland, a utility room and the creation of a substantial detached barn style double garage with adjoining garden store and workshop and loft storage area providing in excess of 1,000 sqft of additional space. There are two distinct parking areas, each providing parking for at least four cars, plus the addition of the proposed barn style garage.
Properties in this location, with such uninterrupted aspects are rarely available and we highly recommend an early visit to avoid disappointment. Read more
|Quintessential period Sussex farmhouse
||Enviable rural position
|Grounds of half an acre
||Planning permission to create a substantial barn style garage outbuilding in excess of 1000 sqft.
|Spacious reception rooms with inglenook fireplaces
|Planning to convert existing garage into further reception room
||Fitted kitchen with Aga