A beautifully presented barn conversion with stunning far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. Just under 1 acre.
Little Byres is understood to date circa 1870 with later additions and is a beautifully presented attached property which has been sympathetically restored and offers interesting, well-arranged accommodation over one floor. The property is approached from the entrance drive via grand double entrance doors which open into the spectacular vaulted open plan drawing room/dining room which has a central wood burning stove, a wealth of exposed timbers and some exposed brickwork. Adjacent to this room is the well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with an attractive range of units and has granite work surfaces, an Aga and a built-in breakfast bar. There is also a useful utility room. Also of note is the spacious garden room which has floor-to-ceiling glazing and doors to the garden giving a seamless connection between the house and outside.
The living accommodation is complemented by a beautiful principal suite comprising bedroom, walk-in wardrobe and beautifully presented bathroom. In addition to the principal suite there is a guest suite comprising bedroom and shower room and two further bedrooms one with an ensuite shower room and the other with an ensuite bathroom. There is underfloor heating in the kitchen/breakfast room and the bathrooms.
This property has 1 acres of land.
The property is approached by a large driveway to one side of which is a Heritage style oak framed two bay garage with a large gravel parking area to the front. The garden has been beautifully landscaped and planted over the years and includes a picturesque pond, a paved terrace and a sheltered courtyard garden. From the garden a wooden gate gives access to the property's paddock area, from which there are magnificent far reaching views over the surrounding unspoilt countryside. Just under 1 acre.
Little Byres lies in an elevated rural position within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The historic and unspoilt village of Dallington is about 0.75 mile with its church and primary school. The old market town of Heathfield is just over 6 miles and provides a good range of shops and amenities for everyday needs including a Waitrose. For those needing access to London, Etchingham mainline station with services to Charing Cross/Cannon Street is about 7 miles. The pretty and historic town of Battle is about 6 miles, also providing a mainline station to London. Royal Tunbridge Wells is about 19 miles, whilst the historic county town of Lewes is about 20 miles, whilst.
From Heathfield travel east on the A265 proceeding up the hill (Mutton Hall Hill). At the traffic lights continue straight over, signposted to Burwash, for about 0.25 mile before turning right signposted Battle (B2096). Continue along the B2096 for about 5.5 miles and the shared entrance to Little Byres is on the left.Read all
- Beautifully presented attached barn conversion
- Magnificent open plan vaulted drawing room/dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Study/bedroom 4 with en-suite bathroom
- Utility room
- Three further bedrooms - all en-suite
- Heritage style open fronted two-bay garage
- Beautifully landscaped garden
- Paddock area
- Just under 1 acre
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