4 Bed - House - Detached - For SaleBack to property listings
Guide Price £1,100,000
Fairwarp, Uckfield, East Sussex
Branch: Uckfield 108-110 High Street, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1PX. 01825 762132 firstname.lastname@example.org
- SITUATED IN THE ASHDOWN FOREST
- QUIET & TRANQUIL LOCATION
- LOVELY BLEND OF OLD & CONTEMPORARY
- 1920'S ARTS & CRAFTS STYLE
- THREE/FOUR BEDROOMS, THREE BATHROOMS, THREE/FOUR RECEPTIONS
- FORMAL & LARGE KITCHEN GARDEN CIRCA ONE ACRE (tbv)
SITUATED IN A SUPERB SEMI RURAL LOCATION AT THE END OF A FOREST TRACK. A charming, character, 1920'S Arts & Crafts style detached family house . Stunning sitting room with vaulted ceiling, bespoke fully fitted kitchen, master bedroom with ensuite bath/shower/steam room. Lovely blend of old character and modern fitments. Gardens and grounds of circa 1.2 acres (tbv). MUST BE SEEN. 01825 762132
We are delighted to offer this home of immense charm and character, understood to have been built in the late 1920's in the 'Arts and Crafts' style and having undergone sympathetic and extensive improvement over recent years. Situated in a fabulous, tucked away, yet not isolated position with direct access onto the Ashdown Forest, in formal gardens and a large kitchen garden, the total which we understand to be 1.2 acres (tbv). This beautiful home offering a lovely blend of traditional old character and contemporary fitments is laid out over two floors and comprises three double bedrooms, the master with ensuite bath/shower/steam room plus a family bathroom on the first floor. There is an entrance lobby, family/morning room, dining room, study/bedroom four with wet room off, kitchen/breakfast room, boot room and sitting room on the ground floor. Some of the many period features include Oak floor boards with under floor heating, wooden latch doors, distinctive Crittall windows in Oak frames and open fireplaces to the two main reception rooms. The beautiful bespoke kitchen has a central island, fitted floor to ceiling Oak unit along one wall with extensive storage, including a larder cupboard and fitted with a large range cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer completed with lovely polished Welsh slate flooring. The main sitting room has a vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, triple aspect with French doors to the garden and polished Oak flooring. There is a integrated sound system to the majority of the ground floor rooms, superbly refitted bath/shower rooms and delightful surrounding forest views. The outside space is another excellent feature, with extremely private, secluded, gardens extensively laid to lawn with a wealth of shrubs and bushes, summer house and seating areas, together with a very large kitchen garden of 0.9 acre (tbv), which could easily be converted into a paddock, is accessed along a forest track, fence enclosed and with water and power connected. The property also has riding permit and commoners rights. There is a detached double garage to the side and we understand from our clients that permission had previously been granted to demolish this garage and replace with a new building with an additional room to the rear and over. ONLY AN INTERNAL VIEWING WILL TRULY CONVEY ALL THE FINE FEATURES ON OFFER. 01825 762132
Location: Romany Cottage enjoys a superb situation in the Ashdown Forest, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on the fringes of the highly regarded village of Fairwarp with its church and public house, and with direct access along a forest track to the Duddlewell Tea rooms. Forest Row is a short drive away with Emerson Collage and highly regarded Michael Hall Steiner school. Also a short drive away are the larger towns of Uckfield and Crowborough with their range of shopping facilities including supermarkets, restaurants, public houses, churches, leisure facilities, schooling for all ages and mainline railway station with commuter links to London Bridge. Tunbridge Wells is approximately a 20 minute drive away.
Directions: Proceed out of Uckfield along the London Road until reaching the Budletts roundabout. Proceed straight across, past the school, over the mini roundabout and onto Straight Half Mile. Just before the Lampool roundabout turn right on to the B2026 signposted, Fairwarp. Drive past the turning to Fairwarp, continuing towards Duddleswell. After just under half a mile, you will see a stone built bus shelter on the left hand side. Turn immediately right and right again and proceed along the unmade track, for about 0.4 of a mile, all the way to the end where Romany Cottage will be found on the left hand side.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.