A substantial detached 'iron framed' bungalow with capacious accommodation of considerable charm and character. Various outbuildings including loose boxes, feed store, Dutch barn, summer chalet and workshop. All set amongst highly desirable landscaped gardens and grounds, including a lake and fenced paddocks totalling 10.5 acres acres (TBV). The accommodation as detailed in the accompanying floor plan, and illustrated by our commissioned professional photography has to be seen to be fully appreciated. Therefore, to arrange a viewing appointment that is fully compliant with the Covid-19 Regulations as outlined by the Ministry of Housing, please do not hesitate to contact Rowland Gorringe on Lewes on 01273 474101.
A substantial detached steel framed and wooden clad bungalow with capacious accommodation of considerable charm and character. Various outbuildings including loose boxes, feed store, barn, summer chalet and workshop are set amongst highly desirable landscaped gardens and grounds comprising a half acre fishing lake and fenced paddocks totalling 10.5 acres (TBV measured via Promap). The lifestyle that the aforementioned recreational facilities provide, creates an intoxicating environment that is often sought, however so rarely found.
The beautifully presented accommodation is enhanced by the adjoining one bedroom self-contained annexe which could be used for a multitude of purposes such as ancillary accommodation for a relative, an au pair or nanny, or indeed as a valuable source of additional income by way of a short term let/occasional Airbnb. The bountiful number of walkers and cyclists that pass close by whilst taking on the challenge of the East Sussex Countryside would provide a year round source of potential clients, as would the nearby Glyndebourne Opera House.
Agents note: The first floor roof void offers considerable scope to create further living accommodation if required, this all subject to the appropriate planning and building consent.
The property is set amongst fabulous rolling countryside, on the fringe of Wilmington with its historic priory, village church and renowned 'Long Man'. Countryside walks abound via footpaths and bridleways, with Abbots Wood accessed via the top paddock, and Arlington Reservoir close-by. Arlington is situated at the foot of the South Downs and is an award-winning conservation site, being both a local Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is an important site for bird life and is popular with walkers, horse riders and anglers. An historic village with a church, village hall and public house. Conveniently situated for the A27 and the main line railway stations at Berwick and Polegate with services to London Victoria, the property is within a 20 minute walk of The Yew Tree Inn and The Old Oak public houses in Arlington via footpaths and bridleways.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.