A handsome Grade II listed house, with a spacious two-bedroom annexe cottage, beautiful gardens & grounds and swimming pool.

----- Virtual Tour Available on Request ----- The main house provides interesting and well arranged accommodation of some 2,837sq. ft. over three floors, with a wealth of period features and good ceiling heights for a property of its age. Features include polished wood floors, impressive fireplaces, a partly vaulted ceiling in the drawing room and glazed doors leading out to the garden from both the drawing room and study.

The Kitchen/breakfast room is a lovely family space and is fitted with an extensive range of units and includes a range cooker, two integrated fridges, a dishwasher and a wine fridge. The well-arranged ground floor accommodation is complimented over the first floor by a principal suite comprising bedroom and shower room, two further double bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom with both a bath and shower. Arranged over the second floor is a charming fourth bedroom with a snug area and there is also a useful store.

The Annexe Cottage The cottage has its own separate access, whilst also being interconnected to the main house providing maximum flexibility and provides spacious secondary accommodation of some 1,114sq.ft. arranged over one floor. The cottage is considered ideal for multi-generational living and a particular feature of the cottage is the large partly vaulted 20’ sitting room which has an open fireplace and is open plan to the well fitted kitchen. In addition, there is a garden room with a lovely outlook over the garden, a principal bedroom, Bedroom 2/dressing room and a bathroom. Lying to the front of the cottage is a lovely sheltered lawned garden.

This property has 3.75 acres of land.

Outside

Climbing the front elevation of the main house is a mature wisteria and hydrangea. To the rear of the house is a wide paved terrace from which there is a lovely outlook over the garden. The garden is laid to sweeping expanses of lawn with various well stocked beds and includes a gazebo, pergola, greenhouse and two timber garden stores. Beyond the formal garden is a lovely unfenced wildflower meadow/paddock area to one end of which is a small area of woodland.

To the south of the principal garden is the heated swimming pool which is set into a paved surround beyond which there is a large paddock area which is planted with a wide variety of specimen trees and to one corner there is a timber garden machinery store. The gardens, grounds and land at The Old Workhouse provide a lovely setting for this beautiful family house. About 3.75 acres.

Situation

The Old Workhouse lies in a rural position about 1.75 miles from the village of Chiddingly, with its primary school, community run village shop, church and popular public house. Heathfield is 6.5 miles providing a good range of shops and amenities including a Waitrose supermarket. Eastbourne is about 10 miles, whilst the historic county town of Lewes is a similar distance.

Directions

Travelling south on the A22 from Uckfield, continue through the villages of Halland and Whitesmith. Having passed the petrol station at Golden Cross on the left, continue south on the A22 for approximately 0.75 mile before turning left signposted Gun Hill (Nash Street). Continue along this Nash Street for approximately 0.2 mile and The Old Workhouse will be found on the left.

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Ref: LEW120004

Nash Street Nr Chiddingly East Sussex BN27

Guide Price
£1,200,000

Ref: LEW120004

Nash Street Nr Chiddingly East Sussex BN27

Guide Price
£1,200,000