A charming family home, which is situated in a quiet rural location, adjoining Ashdown Forest, well away from any roads, on the edge of the village with fabulous views
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A charming family home, which is situated in a quiet rural location, adjoining Ashdown Forest, well away from any roads, on the edge of the village with fabulous views.
Hall, Sitting room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Dining room, Study, Cloakroom, Utility room
Principal bedroom with en suite shower room and balcony, Guest bedroom with en suite shower room
2 further bedrooms, Family bathroom
Parking area, 2 bay barn style garage, Hobby room and boiler room, Terrace, Lawn
This delightful home was built in late 1980s and is set in a wonderful location with views over Ashdown Forest to the South Downs.
Steps lead down to an entrance porch with the front door leading into the hall which has a boarded floor. The kitchen/breakfast room has a modern fitted wall and floor units, Corian worktops, double oven, electric hob, built-in fridge, tiled floor and French doors open onto the terrace. Beyond is a utility room. The dining room also has a boarded floor and a double sided fireplace housing a wood-burning stove. Steps lead down to the sitting room with French door to terrace. There is also a study with consent for bedroom 5 with en-suite and a cloakroom.
On the first floor the principal bedroom has fitted wardrobes and a balcony enjoying the view. The en-suite shower room is a good size and is well appointed. The guest bedroom also has fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room There are 2 further bedrooms and a family bathroom, which has a door to one of these bedrooms.
The drive leads to a parking area in front of the house. Beside the drive is a 2 bay barn style garage, which is currently used for one car with a workshop and a log store to the side. To the side of the house is a paved area where there is a boiler room and a hobby room. The main garden is to the south with a paved terrace running the full length of the house and has spectacular views. Steps lead down to the lawn with shrub borders and trees including acer. A path leads down to the lower garden, where there are mature trees including oak, sycamore and yew. The garden is well fenced and at the bottom a gate gives access to a path that leads to Clockhouse Lane
Local Amenities & Surrounding Area
The property is located in a wonderful position on the edge of the village which has a local shop, garage, pub, primary school and a tennis and squash club. For more extensive shopping, educational and transport facilities there are the towns of Uckfield, East Grinstead, Haywards Heath and Crowborough. The Ashdown Forest is the largest free public access space in the South East. It is a great place for walking and riding.
The mainline railway stations at Haywards Heath and East Grinstead, provide services to London Bridge/Victoria. The A22 provides good access to London, Eastbourne and the national motorway network.
Local Authorities & Services
Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage. Council tax: Band G. Wealden DC 01892 653311. East Sussex CC 0345 608 0190.
From East Grinstead proceed south on the A22 through Forest Row and Wych Cross. As you enter the village of Nutley, turn left into School Lane, beside the primary school and the house is about 300 metres down on the right.