4 Bed Attached House For Sale
St Georges, North Chailey
- HALL DOWNSTAIRS CLOAKROOM/WC
- 25'3 X 19'5 SITTING ROOM/DINING ROOM
- KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
- MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
- 3 FURTHER BEDROOMS
- SUPERB VIEWS
- WONDERFUL COMMUNAL GROUNDS OF APPROX 6 ACRES
- DOUBLE GARAGE & FURTHER PARKING EPC D
A handsome, individual 4 BEDROOM WING forming part of this stunning character building which was originally the Chailey Heritage School built in the 1930's and converted into residential properties in the 1990’s. The property is set in superb communal grounds of approximately 6 ACRES which immediately adjoin and are flanked by the beautiful Chailey Common Nature Reserve.
A brick arched porch with front door that leads to the hall, off which is a downstairs cloakroom/wc and a study which is fitted with office furniture. Double doors open up onto the impressive 25'3 x 19'5 SITTING ROOM/DINING ROOM which has triple glazed windows to either side, of which one side has GREAT VIEWS over the grounds.
At the end of the sitting room is the well equipped kitchen/breakfast room with 'eye level' electric oven, induction hob, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave & fridge/freezer.
Stairs rise to the first floor landing, off which is the master bedroom which has fitted wardrobes and an EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM/WC. There are 3 further bedrooms and a bathroom. Three of the bedrooms also have views over the grounds. Additional features include high ceilings, triple glazing and gas fired central heating.
The delightful communal grounds are a real feature and were originally the school playing fields. There is a DOUBLE GARAGE in a compound and generous additional parking. The property is available with no onward chain. Please note that here is a maintenance charge for the upkeep of the communal grounds etc which is currently £1,140 p.a.
St. George’s occupies an elevated rural position approached over a 200 yard driveway surrounded by Chailey Common Nature Reserve and this lovely open area with interesting old windmill is interspersed with footpaths and bridleways linking with the neighbouring districts and provides good access by road to a number of the surrounding major towns. North Chailey is a small village with a garage which has a good shop. There are primary schools at both Chailey Green and Newick and a secondary school at South Chailey. Private schools are also well represented throughout the area. Haywards Heath is approximately 5 miles to the west where there is an extensive range of shops, stores and mainline railway station with fast and frequent rail services to London (Victoria 45 minutes) and the south coast. Extensive shopping facilities and railway stations can also be found at Lewes to the south, Uckfield to the east and East Grinstead to the north. The charming village of Newick with its green and various stores, inns and modern area health centre is 2 miles east.
- Sheffield Park (Bluebell Railway) - 1.77miles
- Plumpton - 3.53miles
- Haywards Heath - 4.08miles
- Wivelsfield - 4.22miles
- Burgess Hill - 4.68miles