An elegant wing of a Victorian country house set in approximately 6 acres of beautiful and private landscaped gardens and grounds with a triple garage and annex


Set in a semi-rural and tranquil parkland setting situated in the heart of the rural low weald of Mid Sussex close to the South Downs National Park. The village of Wivelsfield Green provides a post office with a village shop, a popular public house and a highly regarded primary school. Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill are almost equidistant at just over 3 miles away and offer a more comprehensive array of shopping facilities and amenities, including mainline railway stations with regular services to London. There are also a range of revered state and private schools locally including Hurst College, Ardingly College, Brighton College, Great Walstead and Cumnor House.

Set in enchanting gardens and grounds of approximately 6 acres and approached via a sweeping gravel driveway, ‘Coldharbour Park’ is an elegant wing of what was once a large country residence dating back to 1846. Divided into 3 houses in the 1950s, this substantial family house amasses to approximately 4,427 sq ft (including garage and annex) with character and period features in abundance including the principle staircase, large open fireplaces and original ornate ceiling coving. The current vendors have sympathetically restored, improved and extended this beautiful home without impeding its integrity and charm. The ground floor provides 4 elegant reception rooms including a study with wood burning stove and stunning dining room with attractive loggia. A recent addition  to the house is a large kitchen/dining/family room with a bespoke, handmade kitchen and views out over the wonderfully landscaped gardens. There is also the benefit of a separate utility and useful boot room. A large bathroom and separate shower room along with 4 bedrooms are arranged over the first and second floor with the master bedroom benefiting from en-suite facilities. There is also the benefit of a sizeable cellar with ample space for conversion if needed. Accessed from the driveway is a detached oak framed triple garage with stairs and balcony to the side leading to a self-contained annex which has a sitting/dining room with kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom. There is a further double garage to the west of the main house. The glorious landscaped gardens are predominantly laid to lawn and interspersed and bordered with well stocked beds housing a wide variety of roses, perennials, shrubs and established trees. A further wildflower meadow adjoins the garden making up the remaining acreage and include a delightful and secluded pond and a selection of fruit trees.


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Property Reference: CP9645868




  • Timber bespoke wall and base units

  • Oak block worksurfaces including breakfast bar

  • Double belfast sink

  • Space for dishwasher

  • Space for electric range cooker with extractor fan over

  • Space for ‘American Style’ fridge freezer

  • Access to utility and Boot Room

  • Ceramic tiled floor


Family Bathroom

  • Free standing roll top bath with decorative clawed feet and traditional style taps with hand shower attachment

  • Low level w.c. suite

  • Traditional style pedestal wash hand basin

  • Original Victorian half glazed cupboards

  • Ceramic tiled floor with electric underfloor heating

Family Shower Room

  • Large fully tiled shower cubicle with wall mounted power shower, hand shower attachment and glazed sliding door

  • Traditional style pedestal wash hand basin

  • Heated traditional towel radiator

  • Ceramic tiled floor

Master bedroom En-suite Shower Room

  • Large fully tiled shower cubicle with wall mounted power shower, hand shower attachment and glazed sliding door

  • Low level w.c. suite

  • Traditional style pedestal wash hand basin

  • Heated traditional style towel radiator

  • Ceramic tiled floor


  • Modern floor mounted ‘Grant’ oil fired boiler located in the cellar

  • Bespoke handmade ‘Murdoch Troon’ kitchen

  • Sizeable double glazed hardwood kitchen/orangery/family room looking out over the rear garden

  • Large cellar

  • Oak framed triple garage with annex above

  • Tranquil and private gardens and grounds of approximately 6 acres with direct access to public bridleway


A recently constructed and fitted annex with open plan kitchenette, double bedroom and en-suite shower room, suitable for an au pair, older children or a home office


  • Wall and base units

  • Inset electric 4 ring hob

  • Fitted electric oven

  • Space for fridge

  • Independent phone and internet connection


  • Shower cubicle with wall mounted shower and glazed door

  • Low level w.c. suite
    Pedestal wash hand basin


The property is approached over a long gravel driveway with ample parking and access to the oak framed detached triple garage and annex constructed in 2016 and recently fitted out. Side access to the rear garden is via a wrought iron gate. Steps from the kitchen/family room lead down to a paved terrace with ornamental pond. The beautiful gardens are a particular feature of the property and predominantly laid to lawn, interspersed with large mature well stocked beds along with established trees. Concealed within the gardens and copse are a selection of timber garden sheds and a modern Victorian style greenhouse. A timber gate leads to the securely fenced paddock kept as a wildflower meadow with area of bluebell woodland, small orchard and a pond.