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Wickham Lane, Cooksbridge, Lewes, BN8

5 bedroom house in Cooksbridge

Guide price £1,350,000 Freehold

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Delightful detached 5 bedroom period property of immense character | Stunning views | Extensively refurbished yet retaining many period features | High quality Bespoke kitchen with polished limestone flooring and Carrara marble worktops | Double aspect living room with large sliding doors leading to terrace | feature fireplace | Master bedroom with en-suite shower room | Bedroom 2 with en-suite bathroom | 3 further bedrooms | downstairs study | Beautiful landscaped garden

AT A GLANCE

A stunning detached period property with delightful views and wonderful landscaped gardens, set among beautiful Sussex countryside

Only 20 minutes from cosmopolitan Brighton and 10 minutes from the county town of Lewes

Having been extensively and sympathetically refurbished to a very high standard to compliment the character of the property

Farrow and Ball colours throughout the house set its stylish, muted tone

A delightful, spacious reception hall

A 26’ 3” stunning, bespoke hand-made kitchen marble work surfaces, polished limestone
flooring and all integrated appliances which is open plan onto the delightful dining room

There is a cloakroom and separate utility room with door leading onto the garden

The 21’9” double aspect living room has a feature fireplace and log-burning stove and sliding doors leading onto the secluded south-facing sun terrace

The double aspect study is a great place for working from home

The master suite comprises a 21’9” bedroom and en-suite shower room; at present the master bedroom is open onto bedroom five/dressing room but could easily be separated

There is a further guest bedroom two with en-suite bathroom

Bedroom three & four with a shower room

The gardens have been extensively landscaped and have an abundance of flower& shrub borders, a beautiful parterre

Boundary Hall

This charming detached property is set in stunning Sussex countryside on the edge of the South Downs National Park and has immense character. Dating from 1719, Boundary Hall has been completely refurbished by its current owners to a very high standard and retains many of its period features.

You are welcomed into a spacious and characterful hallway, which sets the stylish but muted tone for the whole house.

The stunning, bespoke, hand-made kitchen enjoys views to the beautiful garden that surrounds the house, with sliding doors leading out onto a south-facing breakfast terrace. The kitchen is hand-made. Nothing has been spared and everything has been thought through to the finest detail – from the honed Carrara marble work surfaces to the beautiful polished limestone flooring, it is a kitchen in which to celebrate and entertain.

The kitchen opens into a light-filled dining room with striking beams. There is a separate utility room and cloakroom with access to the garden.

The beautiful living room enjoys stunning views along a country lane. Sliding doors lead out onto a south-facing and secluded sun terrace and separate dining terrace. The feature fireplace has a log-burning stove.

Off the second hallway there is a large study. The master suite upstairs comprises of a master bedroom with stunning countryside views towards the South Downs and en-suite shower room with a walk-in rain shower and under-floor heating. It opens onto bedroom five, which would be great for a nursery or a dressing room, and which could be separated off as it has its own staircase.

The other bedrooms include the principal guest bedroom, which has an en-suite bathroom, bedrooms three and four, and a family shower room.

The gardens of Boundary Hall, which can be seen from all rooms of the house, have been lovingly restored and landscaped, with an abundance of flower and shrub borders interspersed with trees and extend to 0.7 acres (tbv). The secluded south-facing terraces with outdoor lighting are wonderful, relaxing spaces for entertaining. There is also an old well which could be a natural source for watering the garden and a pond. There is plenty of off-road parking, a double garage, log store, brick-built shed, greenhouse and summerhouse.

SITUATION

Boundary Hall is situated a mile to the north of the village of Cooksbridge, which
provides a primary school and a mainline train station, with services to London (62 minutes), Lewes and Brighton.

The historic county town of Lewes is 3.5 miles and also provides a mainline train
service to London Victoria (about 64 minutes), together with an extensive range of shops and amenities. There are also regular food and farmers' markets, Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets.

There is an alternative mainline train service to London from Haywards Heath (London Bridge/Victoria about 46 minutes), which is approximately 9 miles to the north east.

The nearby city of Brighton and Hove provides excellent recreational and cultural facilities, and the internationally renowned Glyndebourne Opera House is about 7 miles to the south east.

The A27 lies a short distance to the south of Lewes giving access to the A23/M23, Gatwick Airport and the national motorway network.

The nearby South Downs National Park, together with the coast at the Seven Sisters Country Park, provide wonderful opportunities for walking and recreation.

Inside Lewes

from a local eye view

In the area

Lewes is charming and historical market town nestling at the foot of the downs. There are many small, specialist, independent retailers and on certain days, the subtle aromas wafting from Harvey’s Brewery will attract many visitors to Cliffe High Street. Bookshops, boutiques and antique centres sit alongside individual craft workshops, and the restaurants, cafes, and pubs offer delicious choices all year round with real emphasis on local produce.

More about the Area

What's popular in Lewes?

  • Lewes Castle

    Lewes Castle is a medieval castle in the town of Lewes originally called Bray Castle, it occupies a commanding position guarding the gap in the South Downs cut by the River Ouse and occupied by the towns of Lewes and Cliffe.

  • Anne of Cleves House

    Anne of Cleves House is a 15th-century timber-framed Wealden hall house on Southover High Street in Lewes. It formed part of Queen Anne's annulment settlement from King Henry VIII in 1541, although she never visited the property. It was restored by the famous architect Walter Godfrey

  • Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne is an English country house, the site of an opera house that, since 1934, it has been the venue for the annual Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Initially, operas were presented within the house but there is now a free-standing amazing purpose built opera house in its grounds.

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Delightful detached 5 bedroom period property of immense character | Stunning views | Extensively refurbished yet retaining many period features | High quality Bespoke kitchen with polished limestone flooring and Carrara marble worktops | Double aspect living room with large sliding doors leading to terrace | feature fireplace | Master bedroom with en-suite shower room | Bedroom 2 with en-suite bathroom | 3 further bedrooms | downstairs study | Beautiful landscaped garden

AT A GLANCE

A stunning detached period property with delightful views and wonderful landscaped gardens, set among beautiful Sussex countryside

Only 20 minutes from cosmopolitan Brighton and 10 minutes from the county town of Lewes

Having been extensively and sympathetically refurbished to a very high standard to compliment the character of the property

Farrow and Ball colours throughout the house set its stylish, muted tone

A delightful, spacious reception hall

A 26’ 3” stunning, bespoke hand-made kitchen marble work surfaces, polished limestone
flooring and all integrated appliances which is open plan onto the delightful dining room

There is a cloakroom and separate utility room with door leading onto the garden

The 21’9” double aspect living room has a feature fireplace and log-burning stove and sliding doors leading onto the secluded south-facing sun terrace

The double aspect study is a great place for working from home

The master suite comprises a 21’9” bedroom and en-suite shower room; at present the master bedroom is open onto bedroom five/dressing room but could easily be separated

There is a further guest bedroom two with en-suite bathroom

Bedroom three & four with a shower room

The gardens have been extensively landscaped and have an abundance of flower& shrub borders, a beautiful parterre

Boundary Hall

This charming detached property is set in stunning Sussex countryside on the edge of the South Downs National Park and has immense character. Dating from 1719, Boundary Hall has been completely refurbished by its current owners to a very high standard and retains many of its period features.

You are welcomed into a spacious and characterful hallway, which sets the stylish but muted tone for the whole house.

The stunning, bespoke, hand-made kitchen enjoys views to the beautiful garden that surrounds the house, with sliding doors leading out onto a south-facing breakfast terrace. The kitchen is hand-made. Nothing has been spared and everything has been thought through to the finest detail – from the honed Carrara marble work surfaces to the beautiful polished limestone flooring, it is a kitchen in which to celebrate and entertain.

The kitchen opens into a light-filled dining room with striking beams. There is a separate utility room and cloakroom with access to the garden.

The beautiful living room enjoys stunning views along a country lane. Sliding doors lead out onto a south-facing and secluded sun terrace and separate dining terrace. The feature fireplace has a log-burning stove.

Off the second hallway there is a large study. The master suite upstairs comprises of a master bedroom with stunning countryside views towards the South Downs and en-suite shower room with a walk-in rain shower and under-floor heating. It opens onto bedroom five, which would be great for a nursery or a dressing room, and which could be separated off as it has its own staircase.

The other bedrooms include the principal guest bedroom, which has an en-suite bathroom, bedrooms three and four, and a family shower room.

The gardens of Boundary Hall, which can be seen from all rooms of the house, have been lovingly restored and landscaped, with an abundance of flower and shrub borders interspersed with trees and extend to 0.7 acres (tbv). The secluded south-facing terraces with outdoor lighting are wonderful, relaxing spaces for entertaining. There is also an old well which could be a natural source for watering the garden and a pond. There is plenty of off-road parking, a double garage, log store, brick-built shed, greenhouse and summerhouse.

SITUATION

Boundary Hall is situated a mile to the north of the village of Cooksbridge, which
provides a primary school and a mainline train station, with services to London (62 minutes), Lewes and Brighton.

The historic county town of Lewes is 3.5 miles and also provides a mainline train
service to London Victoria (about 64 minutes), together with an extensive range of shops and amenities. There are also regular food and farmers' markets, Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets.

There is an alternative mainline train service to London from Haywards Heath (London Bridge/Victoria about 46 minutes), which is approximately 9 miles to the north east.

The nearby city of Brighton and Hove provides excellent recreational and cultural facilities, and the internationally renowned Glyndebourne Opera House is about 7 miles to the south east.

The A27 lies a short distance to the south of Lewes giving access to the A23/M23, Gatwick Airport and the national motorway network.

The nearby South Downs National Park, together with the coast at the Seven Sisters Country Park, provide wonderful opportunities for walking and recreation.

Live like a local

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  • Lewes
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Lewes is charming and historical market town nestling at the foot of the downs. There are many small, specialist, independent retailers and on certain days, the subtle aromas wafting from Harvey’s Brewery will attract many visitors to Cliffe High Street. Bookshops, boutiques and antique centres sit alongside individual craft workshops, and the restaurants, cafes, and pubs offer delicious choices all year round with real emphasis on local produce.

  • Lewes Castle

    Lewes Castle is a medieval castle in the town of Lewes originally called Bray Castle, it occupies a commanding position guarding the gap in the South Downs cut by the River Ouse and occupied by the towns of Lewes and Cliffe.

  • Anne of Cleves House

    Anne of Cleves House is a 15th-century timber-framed Wealden hall house on Southover High Street in Lewes. It formed part of Queen Anne's annulment settlement from King Henry VIII in 1541, although she never visited the property. It was restored by the famous architect Walter Godfrey

  • Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne is an English country house, the site of an opera house that, since 1934, it has been the venue for the annual Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Initially, operas were presented within the house but there is now a free-standing amazing purpose built opera house in its grounds.

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