Hapstead Mews Ardingly West Sussex RH17

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Mortgage calculator Ref: LEW130073
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 receptions

A well presented and attractive double fronted house with a private garden, on the edge of a popular Mid-Sussex village.

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The property is an attractive attached house built in 2000, with a stone faced front elevation under a pitched tiled roof. From the house there are commanding far reaching views across the communal gardens and towards Highbrook.

Internally the house provides light and well-proportioned accommodation over two floors. Features of note include double doors leading from the hallway into a spacious sitting room with a triple aspect, a handsome stone fireplace and French doors leading out onto the private garden. Other features of note include a meticulously designed Leicht German kitchen/breakfast room with polished granite work tops, a Karndean floor, Miele and Neff appliances and the benefit of a further set of French doors onto the private garden.

The house is complemented on the first floor with a generous principal suite from which there are delightful views overlooking the surrounding unspolit countryside. There are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

1 Hapstead Mews is approached from the main road via a private shared road, which leads to a pair of wrought iron electric gates. This leads to the residents’ private car park. From there a meandering gravelled path leads through the communal garden to the front door. Alternatively from the car park you can walk along a shared paved terrace and steps then lead down to the front door.

There is a private garden with a paved terrace and a lawn to the rear of the house. The garden is partly walled, with a post and rail fence, allowing views over the communal garden and expansive views over the surrounding countryside. Adjoining 1 Hapstead Mews are the beautifully landscaped communal gardens, mainly laid to lawn and planted with mature specimen trees such as a Cedar of Lebanon and a Magnolia Grandiflora. The communal garden is predominantly surrounded by mature trees, clipped hedging and an attractive old wall. The enchanting grounds provide an ideal place to relax and enjoy the views.

Prospective purchasers should note the property is being sold by an employee of Strutt & Parker LLP.


1 Hapstead Mews lies in a peaceful rural position, on the edge of the pretty village of Ardingly adjacent to open countryside and within the grounds of a former Victorian Mansion House. The property is located within the High Weald of Mid-Sussex, which lies in a Conservation area and located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village provides a post office/store, bakery, hairdressers, two public houses a primary school and the 14th Century parish Church of St Peters. The old market town of Haywards Heath is about 5 miles and provides an excellent range of shops, amenities and recreational facilities, together with a mainline train service to London (London Bridge/Victoria about 47 minutes). The property is conveniently located for Gatwick Airport and the A23/M23. This is about 6 miles distant and gives access to the M25 and, in turn, to the national motorway network. London is about 38 miles.

There are golf courses at Haywards Heath, Ditchling and Piltdown. 1 Hapstead Mews is well placed for easy access to a number of private schools including Ardingly College, Ashdown House, Brambletye, Cumnor House, Great Walstead, Hurstpierpoint College and Worth Abbey.

Other Features

  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Private Garden
  • Shared gated grounds
  • Designated parking space

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