Charming attached period Grade II listed property enjoying a rural location on the edge of a farm | Further potential to convert the outbuildings subject to the necessary consents | Entrance hall | Kitchen/Breakfast room with Aga & quarry flooring | Separate Utility room | Cloakroom | Sitting Room | Dining Room | Main Bedroom | 3 further guest bedrooms | family bathroom | garden mainly laid to lawn.
AT A GLANCE.…
A delightful and charming Grade II listed attached property with immense charm and character
With far reaching views over surrounding countryside
With further potential to convert the outbuildings subject to the necessary consents into an annexe /studio.
185 kitchen/breakfast room with separate utility & cloakroom
23 9 Sitting room with feature fireplace & log burning stove
1710 Dining Room overlooking the garden
Main bedroom with guest bedroom 2 and family shower room
Two further bedrooms with fitted wardrobes
The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders
A charming Grade II listed semi-detached house still retaining many period features and enjoying a rural location on the edge of a farm. The property offers further potential to convert the outbuildings (subject to planning consents) which could allow an opportunity to have an annexe, run a business or do bed & breakfast.
The house offers a wealth of period features and has excellent sized rooms. The entrance porch leads into the 185 kitchen/breakfast room with quarry tiles and Aga giving a lovely farmhouse feel. There is a useful utility room and cloakroom leading from the kitchen. The spacious living room has traditional flagstone flooring with windows overlooking the garden. A feature fireplace with wood burner brings a cosy atmosphere on winter evenings. Additionally, the charming brick tiled floor dining room is just ready for entertaining. A study is located just off the sitting room.
On the first floor is the master bedroom which has fitted wardrobes and a dressing room, which subject to the necessary consents could convert into a en-suite. There is a further guest bedroom 2 with a family shower room.
On the second floor are a further two bedrooms with fitted wardrobes.
Boathouse Farm is approached over a shared driveway with the neighbouring farm giving access to a parking area to the side of the property and a single garage to the rear. To the front is a large garden mainly laid to lawn bordered by mature hedgerows and partly walled. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn.
Situated on the edge of Isfield with a short walk to the centre of the village, Boathouse Farm enjoys a rural feel with a convenient location. Isfield is an attractive village with a farm shop, local public house and the Lavender Line steam railway.
Uckfield is the closest town (approximately 4 miles distant) offering a wide range of shops including two major brand supermarkets, leisure centre, cinema, and a number of restaurants. Uckfield has a mainline railway station providing a regular commuter service to London Bridge in approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.
The popular and eclectic town of Lewes is also nearby (approximately 6.5 miles) and offers a wide range of independent shops, cinema, public houses and restaurants together with a train station London (Victoria 65 mins).
There are a number of very good primary schools in the local area with secondary education also at Uckfield and Ringmer as well as numerous options for private education including preparatory schools at Cumnor House, Great Walstead and Lewes Grammer School which provides education throughout the school years.
The area is surrounded by beautiful countryside with numerous opportunities to walk and ride in the South Downs National Park and also the Ashdown Forest. There is golf locally at Piltdown Golf Club and East Sussex National as well as the world class opera house at nearby Glyndebourne.