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A characterful Grade II listed attached period family home with spacious accommodation extending to 3400 sqft.
Accessed by a long gravelled driveway, the property offers much charm throughout and includes many interesting features such as beams, dressed ceilings, a cellar and a well. An enclosed flagstone porch leads to the main entrance hall which opens into split level reception rooms - the dining room with steps leading down to a bay-fronted 23'11 living room, offering a dual aspect and an open fireplace to one side and a family room with an open fireplace to the other. Fitted with a range of units and a generous pantry, the spacious U-shaped kitchen/breakfast room, looks onto the courtyard area and leads to a covered car port and another large room, currently used as a utility room. There is also a shower room, cloak cupboard, storage cupboard and a vast underfloor storage area on the ground floor. On the first floor, there are five bedrooms, three large, one double and one single, served by two separate bathrooms and a spacious corridor with windows, used as a study/library.
Scaynes Hill is a popular and convenient village location which has good local amenities. Haywards Heath, nearby, has a wide range of shops, restaurants, supermarkets, parks, a modern leisure centre and a mainline railway station offering excellent services to London (Victoria and Thameslink to London Bridge within 45 minutes). The main A23 offers a direct route to the motorway network, the airports at Gatwick and Heathrow and the coast. The local area is renowned for a wide range of good schools at primary and secondary level, such as Cumnor House, Great Walstead, Brighton College, Ardingly, Worth and Hurstpiepoint College.
To the front of the property is a tiered garden, which is predominantly laid to lawn with mature shrubs.
To the rear of the property is a courtyard and a single garage with an inspection pit now filled in, and stairs up to the first floor which is currently used for storage. A large barn door to the rear of the garage opens onto a delightful garden, previously the orchard, where there is still a good range of apple trees, and a wealth of daffodils and bluebells. Bound by mature hedging and fencing, this garden has the most breathtaking views of the adjoining meadows and woods, with the Downs in the distance.
Character Grade II Listed Attached Family Home
Three Reception Rooms
Three Bath/Shower Rooms
Separate Covered Car Port
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