A truly stunning, award winning barn conversion by architect Tim Hoskins, of a former dairy which provides a three bedroom property each with individual en-suites. This detached home is set within a large plot and enjoys stunning views over open countryside. Apply Lewes 01273 474101
A truly stunning, award winning barn conversion by architect Tim Hoskins, of a former dairy which provides a three bedroom property each with individual en-suites. This detached home is set within a large plot and enjoys stunning views over open countryside. The conversion which has just recently been completed now offers a large open plan living area which features a high vaulted ceiling in the sitting room with a central feature fireplace housing a large wood burner. The limestone tiled floor in the sitting room runs throughout the property and links the open plan dining room and bespoke fitted kitchen. The use of oak doors and beams, exposed brick walls together with the clever use of existing, and new window openings, provide for a bright and spacious family living space. The accommodation comprises a large sitting room, cloakroom, open plan dining area leading through to a large kitchen and breakfast area. The kitchen features a triple aspect with patio doors and side opening leading into a private side garden. There is a central preparation area, space for a large range with extractor above, built in wine cooler and door to stairs. At the other end of the building is a snug together with wood burner leading through to a ground floor bedroom with access to the garden and en-suite bathroom/WC. There are two staircases in the property one at each end providing access to bedrooms two and three respectively, both having own en-suite, bedroom two features a bathroom/WC and bedroom 3 has a shower/WC.
A large garden with 5 bar entrance gate at the front with gravel driveway and parking. The rear and side garden has gravel pathway leading around newly seeded lawn with garden shed, a large patio stretching the full length of the property creating a private secluded seating area overlooking fields. There are vegetable, planting areas at the top of the garden, and established tree and bushes on the perimeter. A post and rail fence divide the garden with neighbouring grazing land. There is a large gate from the front to the rear garden, with close boarded fence. There is the potential for a separate annexe within the garden subject to all necessary consents being obtained.
Planning Permission has been granted (Reference LW/17/0137) for the former paddock to be used as part of the garden. Planning Permission has also been granted for the erection of a double timber oak framed garage (Reference LW/17/0357)
Located between the village of Ringmer and nearby Halland. Ringmer offers local shops, primary and secondary schools, village green, bowls club, swimming pool and football club. The famous Glyndebourne Opera House is nearby. The historic county town of Lewes is approximately three miles away with its extensive range of shopping facilities, leisure centre, and tertiary college. Lewes mainline railway station provides direct services to London Victoria with a travel time of just over an hour and to Brighton in less than 20 minutes.
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