A unique opportunity to purchase a home within the sought after rural village of Laughton. This five bedroom terrace home offers spacious, well presented and versatile use accommodation over three floors. Communal gardens and grounds of approximately 23 acres. Apply Lewes 01273 474101
A unique opportunity to purchase a home within the sought after rural village of Laughton. This terrace home offers spacious, well presented and versatile use accommodation over three floors. Comprising in summary of a ground floor kitchen/dining room with a feature open fire and a separate family room, both rooms have French doors opening onto the rear terrace and views across the land can be enjoyed. The sitting room, two bedrooms (one used as a study) and modern shower room can be found on the first floor and a further three bedrooms and family bathroom complete the accommodation on the third floor. There is a residents and guest parking area.
*Laughton Lodge is a co-housing community in the East Sussex countryside, which was was established in 1998 and forms 23 acres of land overlooking the South Downs along with 24 homes with several other buildings offering residents or visitors use of guest rooms, kitchens, a dining room, a dance hall, a yoga studio and office work spaces. Laughton Lodge are founder members of GENWISE, the UK branch of the Global Ecovillage Network and aim to adhere to the network’s Dimensions of Sustainability. Whilst maintaining the privacy of individual homes, residents aspire to live co-operatively, informally sharing skills and support, and enjoying each other’s company. The site has a woodchip heating system and its own water supply from a borehole.*
16 Laughton Lodge is Leasehold, and the purchaser becomes a Director of the company The Community Project Ltd, which owns the Freehold upon completion.
*Information taken from: laughtonlodge.org
Laughton Lodge is situated in the village of Laughton which offers a village shop, Roebuck Inn public house, a Pre School and Primary School which are all a short distance away. The Village Green is just behind the Village Hall, and there are also nearby acres of woodlands with public footpaths. The village of Ringmer which is 3 miles away offers slightly more facilities with a small shopping parade and two public houses, as well as doctors and dentist surgeries. The popular Glyndebourne Opera House is on the outskirts of Ringmer. The historic county town of Lewes is approximately 6 miles distant and offers a more comprehensive range of amenities including mainline train station to London (Victoria just over an hour).
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.