In arguably the most prominent position in the village of Lindfield, Pelham House has all the charms of a period property and benefits of modern day comforts. The property sits in just under an acre of land and has wonderful views over the common and village pond.
The house was enlarged at the beginning of the 19th century with the kitchen/master bedroom added later. The current owners undertook huge structural restoration between 2000 and 2003 with a double garage added in 2008.
The property comprises 6 bedrooms one ensuite, two further bathrooms, kitchen, studio, family room, dining room, drawing room and a greenhouse/sun room. There is also a fully insulated outhouse which can be used as an office. The beautiful gardens are mostly laid to lawn with well stocked beds and established trees.
Lindfield is a picturesque and sought after village to the north of Haywards Heath. With its historic tree lined high street, the village offers an extensive range of independent shops and local facilities, including two excellent primary schools, chemist, church, a local Co-op, pubs, restaurants and coffee shops.
A wider range of facilities including a mainline station with fast and regular services to London (Victoria/London Bridge accessible within 45 mins)
can be found in Haywards Heath (less than 1.5 miles distant). The A23 provides access to the M23, M25 the rest of the motorway network and airports at Gatwick and Heathrow.
Year round events take place in the village including Village Day, Bonfire Night and the Lindfield Arts Festival.
The property has a plethora of fabulous schools surrounding it with the excellent village school in Lindfield and then private schools being, Great Walstead, Cumnor House, Ardingly, Burgess Hill School, Hurst College and Brighton College. Sporting and recreational activities are extensive with golf at Haywards Heath, Royal Ashdown and East Sussex National Golf Clubs. Sailing at Ardingly and Weir Wood reservoirs; and walking and riding locally, including the South Downs and the Ashdown Forest.