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Situated on the outskirts of peaceful Forest Row this substantial five bedroom property has a wealth of period charm and offers flexible space for family living. All ground floor rooms open off a spacious entrance hall with an area for seating. Both the living and kitchen/dining rooms are dual aspect and boast bay windows with a charming window seat in the dining area. The light and open plan kitchen/dining room features a large central island, Aga with pretty tiled splashback and range of storage units with space for further appliances. A raised area of wooden parquet flooring surrounding an open fire with a decorative mantel lends a sense of elegance to the living room which opens to a bright and sizeable conservatory currently serving as an artist’s studio but also ideal for relaxing, entertaining or simply admiring the gardens. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a sizeable study that could be utilised as a second reception, utility and shower room.
On the first floor five well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom open off of a galleried landing with interestingly shaped doorways mirroring the sloping ceilings found throughout. The family bathroom has a modern finish with attractive tiling and a pedestal basin. The spacious master bedroom has eaves storage and extends to some 24ft with an interconnecting door to a further bedroom with en suite shower room. Three further bedrooms benefit from convenient built-in storage.
The property is situated on the edge of Forest Row village, desirable for its location close to the 6,400 acres and extensive walking routes of Ashdown Forest and the Royal Ashdown Golf Course. Within the village there are a number of amenities including a village shop, café, restaurant and several pubs, with services such as doctor and dental surgeries. Schooling is well represented in both the state and independent centre including the renowned Michael Hall Steiner School, Brambletye and Ashdown House. There are further amenities available in the town of East Grinstead (4.6 miles) which offers a comprehensive range of shops and trains to Croydon and London from its mainline train station. Road links are excellent via the M25/M23 motorways, with easy access to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Enjoying a tranquil semi-rural location on the outskirts of Ashdown Forest this striking period property is set in extensive gardens with mature hedges and trees providing seclusion. Climbing roses and clematis adorn the attractive red brick facade which features mock Tudor chimneys and pretty dormer windows. The property is accessed via a substantial paved area to the front surrounded by hedges and picket fencing with access to the rear garden via gates at both sides. The charming rear gardens are split into two sections one of which is accessed via the kitchen comprising a lawn area and patio for outdoor seating in the summer months. A brick archway leads through to the principal garden and the conservatory overlooks the level lawn with surrounding beds of varied shrubs and a vegetable plot. Two single garages are also accessed via the garden and the property further benefits from an outdoor store and additional parking space on a gravel drive.
3 Bathrooms (1 En Suite)
Total of approx. 3271 Sq Ft / 303.9 Sq M
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