Set towards the end of a private road surrounded by the Ashdown Forest, this detached house combines the tranquillity of a secluded, tucked-away position with easy access to Crowborough, Tunbridge Wells and Uckfield. Arranged over two floors with views of the surrounding countryside, exposed beams, an inglenook fireplace and contemporary finishing touches feature throughout this highly versatile family home. A grand entrance hall with leaded windows and an elegant fireplace provides an instant sense of space. Beautifully light and bright, a spacious dual aspect sitting room has a welcoming feel; a log burner
lends a traditional focal point while modern lighting borders the ceiling. Creating an open plan feel, steps lead up to a dining room where doors lead out to the pool area, making this sociable space a great place to entertain. A fantastic inglenook fireplace and exposed beams lend plenty of charm and character to the separate sitting room. Fully fitted with tasteful Shaker-style cabinets the generously sized kitchen continues the elegant sense of style and supplies ample storage and workspace. A range cooker matches the rich red tiling, and a breakfast bar is ideal for relaxing with the weekend papers. The easy flowing layout leads you into the adjacent large conservatory that opens onto the paved patio and has additional space for family meals. Complementing the kitchen, a well-appointed utility room with a butler sink, and a cloakroom complete the ground floor. Upstairs a galleried hallway easily accommodates a triple aspect study area and opens onto one of two wide balconies with far-reaching views. Double doors open onto a master suite that adds a touch of luxury with a superb en suite bathroom where you can step onto a private balcony. Three further bedrooms offer ideal family accommodation and whilst each has an en suite shower room, one also features a contemporary freestanding bath within the room.
Situated on the outskirts of Fairwarp village, this detached home is surrounded by the green open spaces of the Ashdown Forest, while the village has its own public house, historic church, local shops and village green. The town of Uckfield is approximately 4.8 miles distant for a wider range of shopping facilities including a Waitrose superstore, restaurants, popular schools and a college. Crowborough station is approximately 6.5 miles and has direct services to London Bridge.
Bordered by tall mature hedging, substantial gardens wrap-around this peaceful home to create a hugely private idyll. An impressively sized paved terrace borders the outdoor pool making it a great place to relax in the sun, while an open summerhouse with a log burner provides a tranquil retreat. The
well-maintained lawns are a great space for children to play, while tall palm trees and a beautiful selection of shrubs and plants in an array of flowerbeds add colour and interest throughout the seasons. A large workshop with skylight has plenty of versatility, and the sweeping driveway and garages have space to park several vehicles.
Four bath/shower rooms (all en suite)