A substantial Grade II listed property with many character features and accommodation amassing to approximately 2,481 sq ft with origins dating back to the mid 15th Century  



The property is situated south of Fox Hill on the periphery of Haywards Heath. Haywards Heath provides a comprehensive range of local shops, amenities, pubs & restaurants with the Broadway and the Orchard shopping centre. There is also the benefit of a leisure centre. There are regular mainline rail services to London, Brighton and Gatwick (Victoria in approximately 45 minutes) and Gatwick can be reached by car in approximately 25 minutes. There is an abundance of local state and private schools including Ardingly College, Warden Park, Worth School, Burgess Hill School for girls, Great Walstead and Cumnor House.

One of the most important historic buildings in the town with parts dating back to the mid 15th Century, ‘Cleavewater’ still retains all the hallmarks and charm of its era with beautiful large inglenook fireplaces, oak beams, wide stave floorboards and a central stepped chimney stack. The property is in need of some restoration and modernisation but with the well-appointed rooms, it has the potential to be a substantial family home. The ground floor provides 2 reception rooms, a large kitchen/breakfast room , a large store room and a bathroom. The first floor provides 4 double bedrooms and a bathroom. The large gardens sit to the front and sides of the property and are bordered on two sides by a brick wall. Although well-maintained the gardens are relatively low maintenance being predominantly lawn with mature shrubs and well stocked shrub and plant borders. There is also the benefit of an attached double garage and parking.


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Property Reference: 7496562




  • Wall and base units
  • Inset twin stainless steel sink bowls and drainer
  • Space for electric oven


Ground Floor Bathroom

  • Panelled bath with wall mounted shower
  • Low level w.c. suite
  • Wash hand basin

First Floor Bathroom

  • Panelled bath
  • Low level w.c. suite
  • Wash hand basin with cupboard under



  • Wall mounted ‘Worcester’ gas fired boiler located in the store room
  • Large inglenook fireplaces with oak bressumers in the kitchen and sitting room
  • Exposed beams


The property is bordered on 2 sides by a stone wall and is approached via a brick block paved path to the front door. The gardens border the property on 3 sides and comprise predominantly of lawned areas interspersed with established shrubs, mature trees and well-tendered beds. To the front of the house is a brick blocked paved terrace area with rose beds and a covered well. To the north of the property thereis a large expanse of lawn and a summer house with a paved terrace. There is access on the southern side of the property to an area of parking for 2 cars with access to the double garage.