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Brew house is a substantial four bedroom family home that sits in an elevated position with far reaching views to the South Downs. It offers ample living and entertaining space that spans to 2500 sq ft, with four good sized bedrooms, three bathrooms and four reception rooms. Subject to necessary planning consents the property still offers huge potential for those wanting a larger home. A brief description to follow but more exact details can be found on the floor plan.
On entering the property you are greeted by a spacious and bright entrance hall with the utility room and shower room leading off. Double doors then take you through to the charming study which is lined with built in shelving. The kitchen/breakfast room has ample built in floor and wall units and the breakfast room provides a more casual space for the family to enjoy, a door here provides access to the garden. There is then a formal dining room with a feature fireplace. The drawing room is generous in size with an attractive open fireplace, a door here allows access to the substantial natural stone terrace which being South facing offers an excellent area for alfresco entertaining.
To the first floor there is a master bedroom suite with built in wardrobes and a modern en suite bathroom with separate shower and bath. There are then a further three bedrooms which are served by a family bathroom.
Brew House is located in a lovely location enjoying views over its own grounds. The villages of Cuckfield and Hurstpierpoint are nearby with a good range of local shops. The surrounding countryside is well known for its outstanding natural beauty and there is an excellent range of schools within the area including Hurst College, Ardingly, Great Walstead, Worth Hall and Warden Park. There is also a wide range of sporting, social and recreational pursuits nearby with sporting clubs in Ansty and Cuckfield is active in cricket and rugby. Haywards Heath mainline railway station is within approximately 4 miles with its excellent commuter links to London (Victoria and London Bridge approximately 45 minutes).
The property sits in a generous plot of 3.63 hectares (8.964 acres) which is divided between an extensive pond, gardens and woodland. The mature gardens are a particular feature of the property and are well stocked with snowdrops, daffodils, camellias, azaleas, wisteria, bluebells and rhododendrons making the gardens truly magnificent in the Spring. The pond is believed to be a result of a 'Yorkstone' quarry which provided materials for neighbouring properties. The pond is well stocked with coarse fish, carp, bream, tench, perch and pike. The fishing rights for the pond are owned by the house.
The roof has been installed with photo-voltaic panels which generate an income under the Feed in tariff program. This generates a tax free income annually under an assignable contract which extends to 2025. Exact details can be provided by the agent.
The property also has access rights 20 metres into the neighbouring field for 'timber extraction.
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