Berwick, Nr Lewes, BN26
Charming character house with spacious flexible accommodation
A most unusual and charming character house with spacious, flexible accommodation including a second reception room at ground level ideal as a third bedroom, as required.
Formerly the village Baptist Chapel but converted to its present form in the 1960's. The property is partially attached to what was until recent times the village store - now a private residence. Considered an ideal prospect for additional adaptation, as required, subject to consent.
A half double glazed panel door opens to -
Recessed boiler/airing room with oil boiler for central heating and hot water
WC, washbasin, adjacent coats/broom cupboard
Inner passage with staircase up leading to -
Sitting Room - dual aspect east and south
A fine spacious room enjoying a delightful outlook to the east, feature stone fireplace with fitted book shelving and low-level cupboards each side, a wide semi-circular bay window with French doors overlook the garden
Fitted with a good modern range of units with easy clean simulated timber block worktop having inset 4-ring ceramic hob and extractor hood over, low level single oven, inset circular stainless steel sink and mixer tap, various cupboards and drawers below, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, range of wall cupboards, half double glazed panel entrance door, part tiled walling and flooring
Landing and Passage
Recessed double airing cupboard with insulated cylinder and immersion, adjoining long eaves storage cupboard
Having distant rural views to the east
2 recessed eaves double wardrobe cupboards, telephone point
White suite with enclosed bath, chrome mixer and shower fitment, pedestal washbasin, WC, shaver point, part tiled walling, hatch to insulated loft
Eaves wardrobe cupboard
At the side of the cottage by the kitchen entrance is a gravelled area with additional space for parking a car along the flank of the single garage attached to the cottage.
Beyond, through a creeper-clad pergola is the principal traditional cottage garden comprising a swathe of lawn flanked by seasonally colourful shrubs and bushes including a specimen camellia and flowering plants. A semi-circular patio is set at the entrance to the sitting room. A pair of ancient yew trees stand guard in the corner of the frontage which has a picket fence and screening, shrubs etc.
Roberts Warren is conveniently set in the centre of this popular village with church, primary school and the village social club all close-by.
A service of buses passes through providing transport to East Grinstead to the north together with Haywards Heath and Brighton.
Ashdown Forest with its many scenic walks is just over a mile away and there are numerous footpaths for walks more locally, excellent local shopping at Forest Row (4.5 miles) and East Grinstead (3.5 miles beyond) with station to London (Victoria/London Bridge). Haywards Heath (about 7 miles)offers a broad range of amenities including main line station to London (Victoria/London Bridge) about 45 minutes.
Access to the M23 is at Copthorne leading to Gatwick Airport and Crawley some 17-20 miles distant with the popular County Town of Lewes easily accessible by car in under half an hour.
The general area offers a spectrum of sporting and social amenities and places of historic interest to visit.
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