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A delightful Grade II listed 17th Century farmhouse in the sought after location of Twineham in grounds of approximately 6.5 acres (2.63 ha). The property has delightful period features and plenty of charm ad character. Approached via a long driveway, the property benefits from a paddock, orchard, garaging, and gardens full of specimen plants and trees. Internally, the property offers lovely charm and plenty of period features including brick Inglenook fireplace and other period fireplaces in most rooms. As the floor plan depicts there is: drawing room with French doors leading to the garden and wide boarded oak floors, sitting room with quarry tiles, kitchen/breakfast room with Aga and quarry tiles, dining room again with wide boarded oak floors, utility and downstairs bathroom. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
The property is situated in a rural location, well set back from a country lane and surrounded by fields and farmland. Local shopping facilities and amenities are available in the villages of Cowfold and Henfield which are each about 4 miles, whilst the larger centres of Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath and Horsham are about 5 miles, 8 miles and 11 miles respectively. All provide comprehensive facilities and main line rail services to London (Victoria/London Bridge). The A23 at Hickstead connects with the M23 providing access to Gatwick Airport (approx 16 miles), the M25 and the national motorway network. Sporting and recreational facilities include golf at Singing Hills, show jumping at Hickstead and racing at Plumpton and Brighton. The area is noted for its beautiful countryside with many miles of walks and rides. There is an excellent selection of schools in the area including a primary school in Twineham, Burgess Hill School for Girls and Hurstpierpoint College.
The property is approached via a long driveway with a orchard along the right hand side. At the end of the driveway is a double garage and gate leading to the property. The front and rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn interspersed with specimen trees and bushes. There is a five bar gate leading to the field of circa 4.3 acres. There is a natural pond and stream that dissects the site between the field and gardens. This leads to a sunken garden accessed by a small gate from the end of the rear garden in the western corner of the site.
Please note that the property is currently going through a planning application to remove a small single story pantry, which is believed to have been constructed without listed consent. The planning application reference is PP-07083735.
3 Bath/Shower Rooms (1 Ensuite)
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