Berwick, Nr Lewes, BN26
A stunning & sympathetically restored Grade II listed property Archaeologically dated to the 14th Century with later additions.
AT A GLANCE.…
A stunning & sympathetically restored Grade II listed property
Archaeologically dated to the 14th Century with later additions
Offering contemporary styled living
within a period home
Delightful triple aspect Drawing Room with exposed beams, stained glass windows and inglenook fireplace
A double aspect well fitted contemporary styled Kitchen /Breakfast room with tri fold doors leading to the garden for Al Fresco dining
Double aspect Dining Room with exposed Beams, feature fireplace and stained glass panelled windows
Large Principal Bedroom with en-suite shower room
Bedroom 3 is used at present as a dressing room to the principal bedroom
2 Further Bedrooms & family bathroom
Bedroom 4 is currently used as a study
On the top floor is a further spacious bedroom with en-suite bathroom
The South facing Garden is mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders
Lovely Decked Area for outdoor
Drive with Oak electric gates leading to the oak framed cart lodge with excellent storage
This is a unique opportunity to own a wonderful Grade II listed property with a charm and ambience all of its own. The character of the house blends completely with the contemporary style enhancing its appeal enormously.
A beautiful solid oak door invites you into the entrance hall with all principal rooms leading off. The warmth of the décor in the drawing room invites you in to sit by the inglenook fireplace and enjoy the atmosphere.
The kitchen/breakfast room offers easy entertaining with tri-fold doors leading out onto the decked area for Al fresco entertaining in the South facing garden. If more formal entertaining is required then the spacious dining room offers the perfect hosting room just off the kitchen.
On the first floor the triple aspect principal bedroom with en-suite shower room offers a wonderful relaxing respite with its stunning views. At present the third bedroom is used as a large dressing room for the principal bedroom. There are a further two bedrooms and family bathroom.
On the top floor is a wonderful spacious suite with delightful bedroom with exposed vaulted ceilings and generous fitted storage. With a newly fitted modern bathroom. There is the advantage of further excellent storage space as well.
Outside there is a delightful south facing walled garden mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders . A pretty decked area invites you to sit with a glass of wine and
enjoy the views. To the side of the garden is the driveway leading in turn to the detached oak framed cart lodge.
The Priest House lies close to the centre
of the pretty village of Hellingly,with a village hall and new community centre being built soon. Hailsham has a variety of local and national shops, several supermarkets, a cinema, and leisure centre with swimming pool.
The old market town of Heathfield is
about 6 miles to the north. The coastal
business and entertainment centre of
Eastbourne is some 11.5 miles, whilst the
historic county town of Lewes is about 12
miles to the west, with its bespoke shops,
restaurants and Leisure centre. Mainline
railway station (London Victoria 65 mins).
Polegate mainline station is
approximately 5 miles and provides a
service to London Victoria (approx 1hr 25mins tbv), Brighton and
Ashford International, and there is also a
mainline train service to Charing Cross or
Cannon Street from Stonegate station,
which is about 13 miles from the
There is a wide choice of schools in the
area in both the state and private sectors,
including primary schools at Hellingly and
Heathfield, community colleges at
Heathfield and Ringmer, St Andrews Prep
at Eastbourne, Skippers Hill Manor Prep
at Five Ashes, Eastbourne College, Bedes
at Eastbourne and Upper Dicker and
Lewes Old Grammar School. There are
bus services provided by many of the
regional prep and public schools.
Offers in excess of £1,700,000 Freehold
Offers in excess of £1,250,000