6 Bed - House - Detached - For SaleBack to property listings
Guide Price £1,250,000
Lampool Corner, Maresfield, Uckfield, East Sussex
Branch: Uckfield 108-110 High Street, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1PX. 01825 762132 firstname.lastname@example.org
- SUPERB GRADE 11 LISTED CHARACTER HOME
- SIX BEDROOMS, FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS
- WEALTH OF PERIOD FEATURES
- GARDENS & GROUNDS OF CIRCA 8.75 ACRES (TBV)
- TRIPLE BAY GARAGE AND EXTENSIVE PARKING
- USEFUL STONE & BRICK OUTBUILDING
A stunning Grade 11 listed country house dating back to the 1500's, offering a wealth of period features, situated in a lovely rural, yet not isolated position, on the fringes of the Ashdown Forest village of Fairwarp, in fabulous gardens and grounds of 8.75 acres (tbv). Originally three cottages converted in the 90's and providing six bedrooms, three bathrooms and four reception rooms. VIEWING CONSIDERED ESSENTIAL. 01825 762132
£1,200,000 - £1,250,000 Freehold.
Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, we are delighted to offer this wonderful character, detached cottage, originally a terrace of three, situated along a private drive on the fringes of the sought after villages of Maresfield and Fairwarp. This truly unique Grade 11 listed property oozes character, has origins dating back to the 1520's with a later addition and is nestled in its own beautifully landscaped private gardens, grounds and paddock of circa eight and three quarter acres (tbv). Lampool Edge was converted into one dwelling in the mid 1990's and has a 'quirky' layout, with the property still incorporating the three original front doors and three staircases. The accommodation is currently laid out with two second floor bedrooms and four bedrooms, one with an ensuite bathroom together with two further bath/shower rooms on the first floor. There is an entrance hall, cloakroom/wc, kitchen, utility room, breakfast/morning room, sitting room, dining room and snug/TV room on the ground floor. In view of the internal layout the property lends itself to not only a wonderful family home, but also potentially a home and income or even dual family occupation. Specific period features include a wealth of exposed timbers, Oak floor boards, fabulous Inglenook fireplaces and the usual and endearing uneven upper floors associated with a bygone era. Externally the property is approached via a five bar gate with a sweeping gravel drive to a large parking and turning area for cars and a superb triple bay Heritage style garage. There is a generous stone and brick outbuilding with facilities, suitable for a number of uses including a hobbies room or a home office. Adjacent to the formal gardens there is an area of woodland together with a large seven acre paddock (tbv) having the advantage of a separate gate access at the far end of the field and therefore considered an excellent option for equestrian usage, if required. PROPERTY OF THIS NATURE WITH ALL ITS CONSIDERABLE ADVANTAGES AND POSSIBILITIES IS BECOMING RARER TO FIND AND AN INTERNAL VIEWING IS CONSIDERED ESSENTIAL TO FULLY APPRECIATE ALL THE FINE FEATURES ON OFFER.
Location: Lampool Edge is situated in a lovely secluded, tucked away rural location with the Ashdown Forest on your door step. The pretty village of Fairwarp with its village green and public house is a short walk away and there is a local shop for everyday needs at the end of Straight Half Mile. The larger town of Uckfield with its wider range of shopping facilities including two supermarkets, schooling for all ages and mainline railway station with commuter links to London is about three miles distant.
Directions: From our office in Uckfield high street, proceed north out of town, through Ringles Cross until reaching the roundabout. Proceed through Maresfield, along Straight Half mile and turn right on to the B2026. Proceed for a couple of hundred yards and the driveway will be found on the right hand side as indicated by our For Sale board.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.