Grade II Listed farmhouse with consent for a two-storey extension, superbly positioned in the Sussex High Weald with views over the Medway Valley, in all about 10 acres
Sitting room, dining room, drawing room
Kitchen with separate breakfast room
Utility room, cloakroom
Master suite with balcony
3 Further bedrooms
Family bathroom, 2 cloakrooms
Former stables containing an office and studio
Grade II Listed 17th Century Farmhouse with
later additions and building consent for a twostorey extension. Situated in mature gardens
and grounds with views over the Medway Valley,
in all about 5.9 acres.
The property retains many period features with
oak doors, exposed beams and open fireplaces.
The accommodation is arranged over three
floors and also benefits from having a cellar. The
ground floor comprises of an impressive dining
hall with a large open inglenook fireplace, which
gives access to all the principal reception rooms.
The east facing kitchen with adjoining breakfast
room opens out on to the terrace that runs
along the back of the house, offering superb
views and is ideal for indoor/outdoor living. The
drawing room, which is over 30ft in length, has
an impressive high vaulted ceiling and the house
is unusually light given its age.
Planning consent and listed building consent
have been granted for a two-storey extension
to the farmhouse and internal alterations which
would offer a well thought out opportunity
to increase the house to 6 bedrooms and 5
bathrooms. Further details available on request.
The former stable is to be sold with the
farmhouse. The stable has been converted to
provide an office, WC and studio/games room.
The Farmhouse is approached by an impressive
driveway, which meanders through open fields
and forks at the nearby farm buildings. The
gardens lie primarily to the east of the property
and are a particular feature, with stone terraces
leading down to a rose garden and formal lawn,
offering superb views across the valley. Beyond
the garden a ha-ha separates the mature
parkland which runs down the valley.