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A beautiful period home situated in this sought after village location. The property is very well presented throughout with well proportioned accommodation arranged over three floors. On the ground floor the property is approached by an ample entrance hall. Versatile accommodation of three separate reception rooms, including a drawing room with feature fireplace, separate dining room with period fireplace and glazed doors leading to the gardens and a lovely sitting room with wood burner and glazed doors leading to the gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of units and has a seating area for a breakfast table and leads through to a utility/boot room with door to the driveway. On the first floor are four bedrooms, two of which have a en-suites and the remaining two being served by the family bathroom. The fifth bedroom is situated on the second floor which also has access to eaves storage space.
Newick is a pretty Sussex village located on the A272 mid-way between Haywards Heath and Uckfield. Newick is easily accessible and provides a good range of local shops including a post office, butchers, bakery, village store, 3 public houses and Newick Tandoori. Haywards Heath (approximately 7 miles) provides a wider range of shopping together with a mainline train station with a fast and frequent service to London (Victoria/London Bridge in approximately 45 minutes). Uckfield is also nearby with a range of shops including a Waitrose supermarket and a cinema. A range of farm shops can also be found in the area. Newick has a very popular primary school and there is secondary education in both Chailey and Uckfield together with many private schools including Great Walstead, Cumnor House, Lewes Old Grammar School, Ardingly, Hurst College and Burgess Hill School for Girls. The village of Newick has a thriving community with a range of sports clubs from tennis and cricket to bowls, and a wide range of local groups. It also boasts Newick bonfire society, which many consider second only to Lewes. The local area offers stunning countryside including the Ashdown Forest, Chailey Common Nature Reserve and the South Downs National Park.
The property is approached by a private driveway, which provides parking for several vehicles and leads to the detached double garage with workshop/storage space within. To the front the gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with mature hedging and shrubs. To the rear a terrace is adjacent to the property making a wonderful seating area looking over the gardens which are predominantly laid to lawn with mature hedging, shrubs and a vegetable garden.
Period Detached Family Home
Three Reception Rooms
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