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Cudwells Court is a Grade II listed wing of a former iron-founders farmhouse, believed to have been built in the 17th century or earlier. The attractive gable-fronted property retains a number of period features, including attractive fishscale tiles to the elevations and casement windows with latticed diamond-shaped panes, with the property also benefitting from substantial Victorian and modern extensions. The well-proportioned accommodation is arranged around a spacious and flexible floor plan including a 29ft sitting room, adjoining 17ft dining room and conservatory, providing ample space for entertaining. The ground floor also provides a spacious kitchen/breakfast room, entrance hall with wood-burning stove and a shower room.
The first floor is accessed via a timber-framed landing with galleried aspect and roof light, with the four bedrooms arranged together. The master bedroom at 16ft is particularly spacious and has access to an en suite bathroom with freestanding bath tub and a separate dressing room fitted with built-in wardrobes. The three additional bedrooms share a family bathroom.
Cudwells Court occupies a semi-rural location between Scaynes Hill and Haywards Heath and is surrounded by beautiful Sussex countryside. There are easy road links both the east and west via the A272, offering rural living with the convenience of town services and amenities nearby. Haywards Heath is just 2.2 miles west and offers fast, regular commuter services into London (47 mins), Brighton (20 mins) and Gatwick International Airport (20 mins) via its main line station. There are extensive shopping facilities including Waitrose and Sainsbury’s superstores while boutique villages include Lindfield and Cuckfield. Scaynes Hill offers a well-regarded primary school, village church, public house and petrol station with convenience store for everyday essentials.
Externally the property is set within beautiful, mature private gardens, surrounded by a cat-proof fence. With a favourable southerly aspect, the gardens extend to approximatley 0.551 acres and feel delightfully secluded thanks to a number of large trees and established borders. Further features include a lily pond and a wooden shed. The gravel drive is shared with access from other residents. There is ample parking and the garage has a most useful storage room above.
3 Bath/Shower Rooms (1 En Suite)
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