Commanding house on the edge of Burgess Hill with a fantastic cottage offering the best of both worlds

Weald Hall is a handsome and significant period property, with exceptional southerly views over Hassocks and beyond, across rolling countryside. The house itself has versatile living accommodation, which would be ideal for a multi-generational family.

There is a ground floor annexe to one side of the house which has previously been used for grandparents. The previous owners used the main house as two separate properties.

The kitchen/breakfast room is the heart of the house with stunning galleried landing to the first floor with a large full height window taking advantage of the south facing orientation and views. Adjacent to the kitchen is a family room, which would be ideal for young families. There is a formal drawing room and a study on this side of the property.

The second section of the property is laid out as a self-contained annexe with its own front door. It comprises a kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, bedroom, bathroom and WC. The principal reception room are all built on the rear of the property to enjoy the maximum light and open aspect.

The master bedroom has double aspect windows, which benefit from the stunning southerly outlook. The rest of the bedrooms are arranged over the first and second floors of the property and there are 7 further bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2 shower rooms. There is a large single storey building to the east, which holds a large games room, ideal for teenager hangouts, and a well equipped gym and a kitchen. In addition there is a very spacious three bedroom cottage at the head of the driveway which has its own driveway and private garden.

This property has 5.8 acres of land.

Situation

Weald House is located on the edge of the popular West Sussex town of Burgess Hill, which offers a wide variety of retail and recreational amenities, including Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, cinema and the popular Triangle Leisure Centre. With the High Weald to the north and the South Downs to the south, the

The house is well situated for excellent road and rail communications, there is easy access to the M23, M25 and wider motorway network. There are direct train services to both London Victoria (54 mins) and London Blackfriars (59 mins) from Burgess Hill station.or from Haywards Heath to London Victoria in 46 minutes. For the international traveller Gatwick airport is 18 miles to the north

There are excellent schools in the area in both the state and private sector including: Burgess Hill School for Girls, Burgess Hill Academy, Downlands Community School, Hurstpierpoint College, Ardingly College and Brighton College

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Other features

  • Entrance hall, Drawing room, Kitchen/dining hall, Family room, 2 Studies, Cloakroom, Wine store, Utility room
  • Master bedroom, 7 Further bedrooms 4 Bath/shower rooms
  • Ground floor annexe comprising: Kitchen/dining room, Sitting room, Bedroom, Bathroom
  • Weald Hall Cottage; Kitchen, Open plan sitting room/dining room, Utility room, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom
  • Outbuildings, Games room, Gym, Garages, Swimming pool
  • Gardens and grounds of 5.8 acres
  • acres

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Ref: HOR190106

Ockley Lane Burgess Hill West Sussex RH15

Guide Price
£2,950,000

Ref: HOR190106

Ockley Lane Burgess Hill West Sussex RH15

Guide Price
£2,950,000