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A spectacular Grade II Listed 17th Century house with a contemporary newly completed glass linked extension overlooking the grounds of 1.159 acres (0.47 ha), with uninterrupted panoramic views of Devils Dyke and South Downs. Within the grounds is a highly successful 'Boutique Vineyard' which produces a combination of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes and has produced award winning English Sparkling wine, with production sub-contracted to a leading Sussex Vineyard.
An Oak entrance porch leads to a tiled entrance lobby, this then leads to a open plan sitting / dining room with original inglenook fireplace. Stairs from this room lead to the first floor where there are two bedrooms, a smaller bedroom that is currently used as a dressing room and a family bathroom. Downstairs there is a utility room / second kitchen off the hallway with stable door to outside, WC, and a glazed walkway to the contemporary wing. This space offers an open plan kitchen / breakfast /family room with a fully equipped and extremely well appointed kitchen. There is a door leading to a spectacular master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. Both bedroom and open plan kitchen/family/dining room are seamlessly harmonised to the outside with floor to ceiling glazed sliding doors that open out onto the secluded patio.
The property is in a unique setting, down a country lane. To the west is the village of Albourne (0.5 miles), Henfield (5 miles) and Hurstpierpoint (1.5 miles) offer excellent facilities and from Hassocks (3 miles) there is a main line rail service to London. Local sporting and recreational facilities include golf courses, racing at Brighton and Plumpton, show jumping at Hickstead and sailing from Brighton marina. Over the surrounding countryside are many miles of beautiful walks and rides.
There is a gravel driveway at the front of the property that provides parking for several vehicles. A detached timber framed garage is positioned on the driveway with attic space, open log store, indoor and outdoor lighting and electrical points. The grounds, totalling 1.159 acres (0.47 ha), have been carefully landscaped by the current owners to include the impressive open terrace accessed from the new extension, raised paved terrace, terracing around the front of the house and decking to the side. These seating areas are interspersed with rolling lawns, mature shrubs, a delightful stream that runs into a natural pond, and a wide variety of fruit trees. There is a separate fenced and hedged paddock with gate from the driveway and gate leading into the vineyard.
2 Bath/Shower Rooms (1 Ensuite)
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