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Although in the heart of the sought-after Sussex village location of Cuckfield, Chasemore is peaceful in the seclusion of the walled gardens that encompass it. This well-proportioned detached residence is set over two floors and full of charm. The front door opens into a welcoming entrance hall with a cloakroom to the right. The dual aspect living room with an open fireplace is of great size, with adequate space for dining and entertaining. The multiple south facing windows of Regency dimension allow in a plethora of light, continuing into the sun room where one can sit in the bay window and look out at the front garden, or open doors to the patio, a perfect space for al fresco dining. The ground floor is completed by a kitchen, marble lined bathroom and two bedrooms with plenty of built in storage. Upstairs, an archway leads to an office lined with bookshelves, adjacent to a bedroom with fantastic views of Cuckfield church spire. There are multiple access points to copious amounts of eaves storage and a spacious shower room.
Chasemore is at the end of a private shared drive, accessible from Ockenden Lane, only a short walk away from the picturesque high street of Cuckfield. The epitome of Sussex charm, the village is home to a range of local shops, eateries, a church, a country house hotel and spa and excellent local schools. It is also in easy access of Haywards Heath where one can find more comprehensive shopping facilities and a range of amenities, including a mainline railway station with regular services to London Victoria and Thameslink to London Bridge. Whilst you can enjoy the tranquillity of the village location, the A23 offers a direct route to the London Orbital Motorway and access to Gatwick and the coast.
Walled gardens wrap around the property, mixing York stone terracing with herbaceous borders and lawned gardens with mature fruit trees – remnants of what was once an orchard. A gate leads through to an additional landscaped garden, predominantly laid to lawn, where a brick path directs you to an outside office equipped with power housed in a cedar shingled summerhouse. The property also benefits from an underground garage. In addition to this, at the rear of the property, a locked gate can be opened to provide access to a quiet corner of Cuckfield recreational ground.
Please be advised that our client would not be looking to vacate the property until April 2018.
Centre of Village Location
Within a Conservation Area
Backing onto Cuckfield Recreation Ground
Close to High Street
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