In an attractive location close to the amenities of Newick, this detached four-bedroom home is situated close to the magnificent downland countryside of the nearby High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property was built in the 1980s by a local builder to a unique design by a local architect. It was built to a high standard and finish and has been well maintained by the original owners. The property is accessed via a glazed porch leading to a spacious central hall featuring an atrium and galleried landings. There is cupboard storage and access to a cloakroom/WC in the lower hall. With a bay window and a brick fireplace housing a dual-fuel burner, the 17ft sitting room is a real highlight, and opens via glazed double doors into a large dining room with sliding doors offering lovely views of the rear garden. Completing the ground floor is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room with a door leading to a good size utility room.
On the first floor the four bedrooms are arranged around an attractive galleried landing, including three generous double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom with an integrated bath. The master bedroom is of an excellent size extending to 17ft and has an en suite bathroom and walk-in dressing room.
The property is situated to the western edge of the popular village of Newick, which is known for its thriving community feel and attractive village green. Amenities include a village shop, newsagent, pharmacy, butcher, baker and three pubs, as well as a doctor’s surgery. The village of Fletching is situated 2.5 miles away and also has a number of amenities including the award-winning Griffin Inn and deli. For more comprehensive shopping, Haywards Heath is 6.5 miles, while the city of Brighton is 16 miles away on the south coast. Transport links are excellent with the M23/A23 providing good access to Gatwick and the national motorway network. Haywards Heath mainline station offers services to London Bridge/Brighton in approx. 55 minutes. Within the local area there are many highly regarded schools and colleges, including Newick primary school, Chailey Secondary School and Cumnor House.
There is a landscaped front garden with space for several vehicles on the tarmac driveway and within the integrated tandem garage which extends to 36ft. To the front there’s a shrubbery, and a separate gravelled area off to the side with access to the rear garden. Facing south, the rear garden has been extensively landscaped to feature a variety of trees, border plants and well-established shrubs, arranged around a central lawn. There is seating space available on a gravel patio which leads through the garden, separating into paths that meander through the greenery to additional seating areas and a greenhouse. The garden is enclosed by wooden panel fencing and enjoys a secluded feel.
Two Bath Rooms