An extended late Edwardian family house set in a picturesque rural setting with glorious views of the neighbouring farmland and the South Downs

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Lying at the foot of the South Downs, Plumpton is a quaint rural village most notable for its racecourse agricultural college, ample sports clubs and societies, along with its strong community feel. There is a mainline station that provides regular rail services to London and Brighton. The larger village of Plumpton Green which is the continuation of Plumpton provides a primary school, post office with shop, a farm shop and 3 public houses, of which Redleaf House is within walking distance of the Half Moon public house. The larger town of Lewes is approximately 5 miles distant and provides a more comprehensive array of shops, amenities and restaurants. There are an array of local state and private schools for all ages.

Sitting centrally within its plot this beautiful Edwardian property still retains many of its period and character features including high ceilings and original cast iron fireplaces. Having been extended over the years the property has 4 well-appointed reception rooms. The kitchen/dining room forms part of the later extension and along with utility room offers ample storage perfect for family living. There is also the benefit of both a drawing room with open fireplace and the sitting room with sliding patio doors out onto the rear garden. There is a conservatory at the rear of the property providing a perfect family/dining space. The first floor has a family bathroom and 4 bedrooms with the double aspect master bedroom benefiting from an en-suite shower room and glorious panoramic views of the South Downs. The predominately lawned gardens surround the property on all sides with a large gravel driveway and parking for several cars.


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Property Reference: 9154975

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Kitchen:

  • Painted wall and base units

  • Granite worksurfaces

  • Space for range cooker

  • Inset ceramic sink and drainer

  • Space for dishwasher

  • Space for ‘American’ style fridge freezer

Bathroom

Family Bathroom

  • Paneled bath with traditional style mixer taps, hand shower attachment and concertina glazed door

  • Low level w.c. suite

  • Inset wash hand basin

  • Heated ladder style towel radiator

En-Suite Shower Room

  • Shower cubicle with wall mounted shower and concertina glazed door

  • Low level w.c.

  • Wall mounted wash hand basin

  • Ceramic tiled floor

Specification: 

  • Wall mounted ‘Worcester’ LPG boiler

  • Character and period features including high ceilings and original cast iron fireplaces

  • Large new timber garden shed, with workshop and store

  • Private drainage

External:

The property is approached over a shingle driveway with parking for several cars. The garden wraps around the property on all sides and is predominantly laid to lawn with well stocked shrub and plant borders. There is a substantial timber garden shed and a timber gate leading onto a footpath.