An individual contemporary detached house extensively improved in recent years. Set in a semi-rural location within the South Down National Park, on a hillside, enjoying views over the Ouse Valley. Fabulous, open plan, first floor living/family room with vaulted ceiling. 4 Bedrooms, 2 en-suites plus family bathroom. Landscaped gardens with concealed 36’ workshop.
An individual and contemporary detached house, designed/built circa 1967 for owner occupation. Set in a secluded semi-rural location the property also has extensive facilities to enable working from home with ease.
Within the South Downs National Park and enjoying rural views over the Ouse valley, the property has been extensively improved, modernised and extended over the past 10 years. Designed to make the most of the garden, location and surrounding countryside views, the property features a fabulous, open plan, first floor living area with vaulted ceiling, full height windows to three sides, engineered oak floor and doors to the roof terrace. The re-fitted open kitchen has integrated appliances. Two of the four bedrooms enjoy re-fitted en-suites whilst the refitted family bathroom has a spa bath. Along with uPVC double glazed windows, the electrical system, plumbing and oil fired central heating have all been updated.
The established landscaped gardens extend to approximately half an acre (to be confirmed) and has a wealth of unusual specimen trees, shrubs and bushes. Various attractive paths link the many garden areas which include kitchen and fruit gardens, summerhouse, lawn, plus access to the roof terrace with canopied barbeque area. Hidden to the rear of the garden is a purpose built 36’ x 17’6 workshop, a greenhouse and store shed. To the front you will find ample parking for several vehicles plus a 20’ x 11’10” garage with studio above – There is further potential to convert garage.
Situated on a hillside, on the edge of the Ouse Valley, just outside Piddinghoe village. The village adjoins the river Ouse and has a 12th century church, village hall, boating and fishing lake. The county town of Lewes and harbour town of Newhaven are 7 and 2 miles respectively. Lewes mainline railway station offers connections to London Victoria in just over an hour. Newhaven offers ferry services to Dieppe. The city of Brighton is about 10 miles distant.
Ground Floor Entrance Hall
Utility Room (3.40m x 1.75m (11'2 x 5'9))
Master Bedroom (4.60m x 2.84m (15'1 x 9'4))
-En Suite Shower Room/Wc
Bedroom 2 (5.87m x 5.59m (19'3 x 18'4))
-En Suite Shower Room/Wc
Bedroom 3 (4.50m x 3.76m (14'9 x 12'4))
First Floor Hall
Bedroom 4 (3.76m x 2.74m (12'4 x 9'))
Open Plan Living Area (8.59m x 7.87m (28'2 x 25'10))
Living/Dining Area (8.59m x 5.03m (28'2" x 16'6"))
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