4 Bed - House - Detached - For SaleBack to property listings
Guide Price £1,650,000
Sheepcote Lane, Chalvington, East Sussex
Branch: Lewes 64 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XG. 01273 474101 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Four Bedroom Farmhouse
- Idyllic Rural Position with far reaching views
- Hard Tennis Court
- Annexe with Hot Tub and Steam Room
- Delightful Gardens of approx 1.1 acres
- Double Garage
- Mains Water and Electricity
- Private Drainage
- Oil Fired Central Heating
- Double glazed Windows throughout
If peace and tranquillity are sought in rural surroundings, then look no further. With the most spectacular uninterrupted views across open farmland to the Long Man of Wilmington, this charming four bedroom family farmhouse is situated on a quiet no-through lane that becomes a bridleway. The property offers an idyllic rural lifestyle and boasts a full sized hard tennis court, double garage, annexe with hot tub and sauna and delightful gardens of approximately 1.1 acres backing on to open farmland. For an appointment to view please contact our Lewes Office: 01273 474101
If peace and tranquillity are sought in rural surroundings, then look no further. With the most spectacular uninterrupted views across open farmland to the Long Man of Wilmington, this charming four bedroom family farmhouse is situated on a quiet no-through lane that becomes a bridleway. The property offers an idyllic rural lifestyle and boasts a full sized hard tennis court, double garage, annexe with hot tub and sauna and delightful gardens of approximately 1.1 acres backing on to open farmland.
With origins in part dating back to early Victorian times (mid 1800's), this fine home has benefited from considerate later additions to form the spacious, adaptable and well presented accommodation as found today. Constructed of traditional brick built elevations, colour washed and rendered with upper parts tile hung, all under a substantial single pitched clay tile roof, with three dormers to the south west elevation.
The accommodation comprises Entrance Porch with solid Oak front door into Hall with quarry tiled floor, under stairs cupboard with electric meter for main house; Cloakroom with low level WC, hand wash basin; double aspect Kitchen with breakfast area, fitted with shaker style wood units with laminate worktops over, integrated double electric oven, electric hob, under counter space for dishwasher and washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, space for combi-oven microwave, exposed beams, double glazed stable door to rear garden; Dining Room with French windows onto the terrace, door into Kitchen (currently blocked off), engineered Oak floor; delightful double aspect Sitting Room with inglenook fireplace and inset wood burner, French windows onto terrace; Garden Room with superb views of the garden, French windows onto the terrace, fitted shelving and cupboards, engineered Oak floor; Study with fitted shelving and cupboards under, views over garden. On the first floor is found the Principal Bedroom suite comprising a large Dressing Room with range of mirror-fronted fitted wardrobes through to the very large master bedroom with double aspect commanding views across open countryside; en suite Bathroom with underfloor heating, fully tiled large walk-in shower, free standing oval bath, low level WC, twin wash hand basins over a vanity unit, heated towel rail, tiled floor; Bedroom 4/Second Dressing Room with range of fitted wardrobes and housing hot water tank for Principal en suite, access to additional loft space; Family Bathroom with panelled bath and shower over, glass screen, low level WC, hand wash basin, heated towel rail, underfloor heating, tiled floor; Bedroom 2 with views to the front of the property; Bedroom 3 with two dormer windows, cupboard housing hot water tank, storage cupboards, access to boarded and insulated loft space.
Mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage. Double glazing throughout.
Wealden District Council Tax Band G.
The extensive tranquil gardens surround the property on four sides and include a stunning feature pond and large area of lawn flanked by mature Oak trees, a hard tennis court with spotlights, double garage with electric up and over door, and Annexe currently with hot tub and sauna. There are two areas of orchard with fruit trees, a small area of kitchen garden, with two garden sheds and a log store situated between the garage and tennis court.
The property is tucked away down a tranquil no-through road on the edge of Chalvington, surrounded by open farmland and unsurpassed views over open countryside. There is a superb local village shop in the neighbouring village of Ripe, less than 2 miles away, and a petrol station at Golden Cross providing fuel and every day groceries. Berwick, just 3.5 miles distant, offers a train service to Eastbourne, London Victoria and Brighton. The county town of Lewes with its main line railway station (London Victoria just over the hour) and many independent, antique and quirky shops is 8 miles away. Here you will find three supermarkets, the acclaimed independent Depot cinema, leisure centre, tertiary college, along with well attended primary and senior schools. The highly acclaimed co-educational Bedes Independent School at Upper Dicker is approximately 4 miles. The Universities of Sussex and Brighton and the coast at Brighton are found 14 and 17 miles away respectively. The famous Glyndebourne Opera House is situated on the edge of Ringmer, about 7 miles distant.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.