----- Virtual Tour Available on Request ----- A substantial and beautifully presented Victorian house, situated in a peaceful position with some lovely unspoilt views over the surrounding countryside. About 3 acres.
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----- Virtual Tour Available on Request ----- Rosemount is a substantial and much loved period family house of Victorian origin with later additions. The house provides spacious, flexible and well-presented accommodation over three floors, with a wealth of period features. There is a welcoming entrance hall from which both the drawing room and dining room are approached. The elegant drawing room has a beautiful fireplace with a marble surround and a wide bay window overlooking the garden. The very generously sized dining room has two large sash windows which overlook the garden and far reaching views beyond. The sitting room has a lovely homely feel, is located in the older part of the house and has exposed ceiling timbers, a wood burning stove and glazed doors leading to the garden. Beyond the sitting room is the study which is a lovely light room with windows to three sides and extensive built-in cupboards.
The kitchen/breakfast room is a particular feature of the house and is fitted with an extensive range of painted units with slate work tops and incorporates a four-oven Nobel range. The breakfast area has a high vaulted ceiling and is flooded with light by full height windows. Glazed doors from the kitchen/breakfast room give access to a lovely sheltered courtyard. A utility room and cloakroom complete the accommodation on the ground floor.
Arranged over the first and second floors is a particularly spacious principal suite comprising bedroom and bathroom, a further suite comprising bedroom and bathroom, two further double bedrooms and a family shower room. Approached via a separate staircase is a charming and spacious guest suite comprising bedroom and bathroom. Other features include high ceilings, an ornate ceiling in the drawing room, panelled doors and picture rails.
This property has 3 acres of land.
Rosemount is approached from a no-through country lane via a sweeping gravel drive which leads up to the house and a parking/turning area. To one side of the drive is a Heritage style two-bay garage with a lean to log store. Immediately to the front of the house there is a large lawn, which provides the ideal vantage point from which to enjoy views over the propertys garden and far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. Beyond this lawn there is a further lawn with a former kitchen garden to one side. Bordering the garden and the entrance drive is an attractive area of mixed woodland with some magnificent mature oaks. Located within the grounds is a timber garden store and a weatherboard and tile barn/wood store which is in need of repair.
Adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room and enclosed on three sides by the house is an attractive sheltered paved courtyard which is ideal for al fresco dining.
Situated on one side of the house and adjacent to the sitting room is a further lawn from which an opening leads through a laurel hedge to a small paddock area. The gardens and grounds provide a lovely tranquil setting for this beautiful period family home. In all about 3 acres.
Rosemount lies in a wonderful quiet position well away from any main roads, being approached via a no-through lane. The village of Buxted is about a mile and half away and provides a village shop, primary school, doctors' surgery, two public houses and a mainline train service (London Bridge/Victoria approximately 70 minutes). The town of Uckfield is some 4 miles and provides an extensive range of shopping and recreational facilities including a Waitrose, together with primary and secondary schools.
The regional centre in the area, Royal Tunbridge Wells, is about 13 miles and provides a comprehensive range of facilities, together with a regular mainline train service to Charing Cross/Cannon Street (about 50 minutes). Alternatively, there is a mainline train service from Haywards Heath to London Bridge/Victoria (about 47 minutes). The coastal, business and entertainment centre of Brighton & Hove is 23 miles to the south. Gatwick Airport is about 25 miles. There are an excellent selection of both state and private schools in the area. Private schools within easy reach include Skippers School, Cumnor House, Mayfield, Holmewood House, Worth School and Ardingly College.
From the crossroads/traffic lights at Coopers Green on the A272, continue east on the A272, signposted Buxted and Heathfield. Proceed through the centre of the village of Buxted and having passed Spotted Cow Lane on the left, immediately after the speed derestriction signs, turn left marked Howbourne Lane, no-through road.
Continue down Howbourne Lane for approximately 0.3 mile and having passed a property known as Hunters on the left, the shared driveway marked Rosemount and The Firs will be found after a short distance on the right. Proceed up the drive and continue into the private entrance drive and Rosemount will be found at the end.Read all
- Five double bedrooms - three ensuite
- Four reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility room & Cloakroom
- Family shower room
- Two-bay Heritage style garage with lean to log store
- Substantial barn/wood store
- Timber garden store
- Beautiful gardens & grounds including an area of woodland & a small paddock area
- About 3 acres
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