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Big Edgerley is a hidden gem sitting in the most beautiful setting in the very popular village of Hurstpierpoint. A unique and contemporary property, yet sympathetic in design to blend in with the surrounding countryside. The property was designed by Nathaniel Gee and has won
many awards, 2001 Civic Trust award for contemporary design and high commended contemporary awards, Daily Telegraph.
The property is approached via a long and winding track that gives the property unparalled privacy in a totally secluded plot. Upon entering the plot a gravelled driveway leads you to a very large and impressive parking area, square in size with 6 stunning Eleagnus Ebbingei trees that lead your
eyes to Big Edgerley. The property itself is a magnificent contemporary house, designed to compliment the 15th century barn alongside it, that offers five bedrooms and a wealth of living and entertaining spaces. The attention to detail that has been thought out by the current vendors
is exceptional with every room framing and capturing the stunning countryside that surrounds the house. The décor is welcoming and bright and oozes sophistication. On entering the property you are greeted by grand large doors which open to a stunning entrance hall with limestone flooring. A bespoke limestone cantilevered circular staircase leads to the first floor, a large skylight above floods this area with natural light. The accommodation downstairs comprises; a double bedroom with modern en suite shower room. A very cosy snug room with a log burning stove, downstairs cloakroom and built in storage cupboards. The drawing room is superb with a double height ceiling and feature full height windows that capture the stunning grounds, the
room is divided in two with a smart drawing room and lends itself well to the other half being for more formal dining. The very large kitchen/ breakfast room sits at the heart of the house, the kitchen is built in linear design with teak work tops and limestone flooring with a Viking cooker, two integrated fridges and freezer/wine fridge. The breakfast area opens into a sun loggia which allows a relaxed area for the family and double doors invite you to the stunning gardens to the rear. Further benefits to the property are Lutrun lighting and underfloor heating, Ironmongery by Laidlaw and Allgood, Sanitary ware from CP Hart group including Vola taps and majestic shower screens, integrated music system for main rooms
and master bathroom. Leaving the kitchen you enter the inner lobby with door to the garden, coat hanging space and stairs to the downstairs utility room with its very own laundry chute. To the first floor the master bedroom suite expands the full width of the house and has a large feature triangular window which again is the full width of the building. Stunning views are appreciated from every angle of this room. There is an impressive walk in wardrobe and superb en suite bathroom with a large separate shower and a large bath set with a limestone surround. There are a further three bedrooms and two bathrooms on this floor. From the landing you enter the galleried office area which is a fabulous work place or library and overlooks the drawing room, with feature windows enjoying the stunning views over the properties garden and pond.
Situated in a beautiful semi rural location on the outskirts of Hurstpierpoint. The village has a good range of local shops including a bakery, butchers, green grocers and chemist, together with amenities including a variety of restaurants, public houses, a health centre, primary school and church. There is a footpath that leads from the house to the village, which is wonderful not having to always jump in the car. Mainline Rail Services are from Hassocks or Haywards Heath www.southernrailway.co.uk. There are many highly regarded schools in the area, both state and private, including Hurstpierpoint College, Burgess Hill School for Girls, Brighton College, Roedean and Ardingly. The M25 orbital motorway can be accessed via the A23, linking to other motorway
networks, Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the coast.
The property sits in a stunning and secluded plot;
meadows surround the house and blend into the more formal gardens which wrap around the property. A large terrace area runs the full length of the property and leads from the kitchen through double doors making it a wonderful area for alfresco entertaining. The views are superb from the terrace you look out over a delightful large pond which is abundant with wildlife. From the
front of the property you have stunning views over
the properties fields and surrounding countryside and Hurstpierpoint College to the rear. In all approximately 0.86 hectares (2.13 Acres)
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