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Situated within the sought-after village of Isfield is this beautiful detached family home, set within an attractive plot and having rooms of excellent space and proportions. The attractive brick and tile-hung property features an attractive Tudor revival front elevation. The current owners have taken great care and attention over modernising and updating the property, including the complete remodelling of the kitchen/dining and utility rooms, installing American black walnut solid wood flooring in the ground floor living areas, updating the bathrooms, adding a utility room and Lutron dimmable low voltage lighting throughout. The property also benefits from a well-proportioned floor plan and a versatile layout, including two reception rooms, which is well suited to both family life and entertaining. Entered via an inviting, wide hallway, the ground floor comprises a very spacious 21ft double aspect sitting room with inglenook fireplace, a separate family room with bay window and wood burning stove, a study and a wc. The kitchen/dining room is a particular highlight, fitted with engineered oak flooring and a variety of wall and base cabinets in a neutral hue, enhanced by the large windows which flood the room with natural light. There are a number of Siemens integrated appliances and plumbing for an American-style fridge/freezer, plus space for additional appliances in the adjacent utility room.
On the first floor there are four double bedrooms arranged together around a spacious central hallway, including a very attractive dual aspect, beamed master bedroom with en suite bathroom including a power shower, bath and a separate dressing room/private study. The three further double bedrooms share a master bathroom again fitted with both power shower and bath all of which by Ripples of Tunbridge Wells.
Isfield village is surrounded by open fields and rolling countryside and the village has a popular public house, a farm shop, church, village hall and a thriving community with many groups and societies such as arts, dance, community enterprise, youth groups, wine and bonfire societies. There is also an annual music festival, a well-supported village fete and flower show and the hugely popular free bonfire event. The well regarded Little Horsted Primary School and Nursery is close by while other schools include Cumnor House, Lewes Priory, Lewes Old Grammar School, Ringmer Primary, Kings Academy Ringmer and Hurstpierpoint, Brighton, Uckfield and Eastbourne Colleges. In addition, there is a popular picturesque steam railway station, the Lavender Line and access to the South Downs National Park, where there are many wonderful country walks. Uckfield is within a short driving distance providing a good range of shopping including Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets. The area is well served with railway stations, with Uckfield Station offering services to London Bridge in just over 60 minutes and Lewes offering a faster commuting service to London Victoria. Local bus services provide access to Lewes, Brighton, Uckfield and Tunbridge Wells.
The property benefits from stunning grounds and includes a charming front approach with hedges and a lawn area, parking for a number of cars on the gravel driveway, and a detached garage with manual up and over door. The rear garden is of a good size and enjoys a favourable south easterly aspect with both paved patio areas for alfresco entertaining and a wide lawn. A secluded feel is achieved by high enclosing hedges and mature trees, with a number of borders providing year-round interest. Gardens and grounds extend to approximately 0.342 of an acre.
Master bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing room
three further double bedrooms
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