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Deanlands Place was constructed around 40 years ago from two period barn frames from nearby farms that were carefully dismantled, treated and re erected to form this wonderful home. As such the property boasts a wealth of exposed timbers, brick walls and stones just adding to the character and charm. In brief the accommodation comprises a substantial entrance hall with marbled tile flooring and under floor heating. Off the hall is a downstairs cloakroom with built in cupboards. Next to this is a good sized oak panelled study. The kitchen/breakfast room is an oak Clive Christian kitchen with granite and corian worktops, integrated double corian sink, countersunk butler's sink, range cooker and door to a porch overlooking the lake. Leading from the kitchen is a delightful dining room with folding glazed doors that lead to the terrace, making this an ideal setup for alfresco entertaining. The drawing room is located at the end of the hall and approached through stained glass double doors. This magnificent room is formed from the entirety of one of the barns and as such is two storey with a vaulted ceiling. An excellent room for entertaining in with folding doors onto the terrace. To the first floor there is a galleried landing which offers a further more relaxed sitting room. The master bedroom has a walk through dressing room with an en suite bathroom. There are a further two bedrooms and a family bathroom on this floor and two further bedrooms on the second floor.
Deanlands Place is located between the villages of Sharpthorne and Horsted Keynes, both of which have local amenities. The property is within close proximity to some excellent Prep schools such as Cumnor House, Brambletye and Ashdown House. East Grinstead is the nearest town and offers more extensive shopping and recreational amenities together with a London line rail station (Victoria 55 minutes). The regional centres of Tunbridge Wells and Haywards Heath are to either side of the location with further amenities and rail links to London. Ashdown Forest extends to about 6,400 acres of largely open heath and provides excellent walking and riding country.
A gravel drive leads to a parking and turning area, beside a detached double garage with workshop and continues beyond to the front of the house. The property sits in a plot of approximately 2 acres, surrounded by mature trees. The gardens wrap around the property, to the South is a large pond and to the north there is an area of light woodland with a smaller pond. A substantial terrace leads from the rear of the property, ideal for alfresco entertaining with the added advantage of delightful views over the neighbouring countryside.
Detached Barn Conversion
Detached Double Garage
Approximately 0.9 Hectare (2 Acre) Plot.
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