Horney Common, Uckfield

£825,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
£825,000 - £850,000. REDUCED FOR A SWIFT SALE. CHAIN FREE. An attractive and spacious detached country home set in gardens and grounds of 1.7 acres (tbv) on the Ashdown Forest with fabulous distant forest views. Four bedrooms, four reception rooms, two bathrooms. Extensive parking, double garage and substantial outbuilding. MUST BE VIEWED INTERNALLY. 01825 762132

We are delighted to offer this highly attractive, part tile hung, detached country home, situated in lovely gardens and grounds of approximately 1.7 acres (tbv) within the boundary of the Ashdown Forest. We understand this impressive home dates back to the 1900's with later additions in the 30's and 70's and sits well back in the plot with the most wonderful views across the adjoining Ashdown Forest. The flexible accommodation of just under 2200 square feet is arranged over two floors and is currently laid out with four double bedrooms, the master with an ensuite shower room and dressing room and a family bath/shower room on the first floor. There is an entrance hall, cloakroom/wc, sitting room, dining room, study, kitchen, utility, snug/family room and boot room/utility. Outside, the property is approached via a long gravel driveway, to extensive parking areas, a detached double garage block and substantial outbuilding/studio. The grounds are a specific feature with generous formal lawn areas, strategically placed seating areas, together with a fenced paddock to the front. Of particular note within the property is the stunning contemporary family bathroom with under floor heating and incorporating an oval tub, walk in shower and stunning views through the tree line to the Ashdown Forest and main sitting room with a wealth of exposed wall and ceiling timbers, and incorporating an open fireplace. Additional features include a two oven AGA in the kitchen, built in bespoke Oak wardrobes to all bedrooms, replacement sealed unit double glazing within the last two/three years and oil fired central heating. In our opinion, the flexible accommodation could easily lend itself to converting one end at ground floor level into an annex, subject to any necessary consents. In addition, the outbuilding, which is lined, heated and with power & light, could have a variety of uses such as a home office, gym or studio. The property also enjoys commoners rights on the Ashdown Forest. AN INTERNAL VIEWING IS UNHESITATINGLY RECOMMENDED. 01825 762132

Location: Warren House is situated in a semi rural location on the southern fringes of the sought after village of Nutley with its amenity shops, church, primary school and public house. The village is surrounded by attractive open countryside with numerous footpaths and bridle paths, whilst on your doorstep is the circa 6500 acres of the Ashdown Forest, the home of Winnie the Pooh as immortalised in the books of A.A. Milne. In the surrounding areas there are numerous golf courses including the East Sussex National and equestrian centres will be found at Hickstead, Crockstead and Golden Cross. The larger town of Uckfield is just a short drive away with its more comprehensive range of shopping facilities including two supermarkets, schooling for all ages, restaurants, public houses and churches together with mainline railway station with links to London Bridge.

Directions: From our office in Uckfield proceed north until reaching Ringles Cross. Continue until reaching the roundabout. Proceed straight over, through the speed restriction section, over the mini roundabout and onto Straight Half Mile. At the next roundabout take the second exit along the A22 north and proceed for about half a mile, passing Tylers Lane on your right and the driveway to Warren House will be found the next on the right as indicated by our For Sale board.

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Rowland Gorringe - Uckfield

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