An individual 4 bedroom detached house with an attached 2 double bedroom annexe and a detached 6 bay garage standing on a 1.2 acre plot. There are fabulous far reaching views from most rooms across open fields and onto the South Downs.
The property is situated in an idyllic semi rural position 0.2 mile down this private lane within 1.1 miles of Burgess Hill Railway Station.
‘Wellhouse’ is traditionally built of brick with rendered elevations and timber beamed upper elevations. The property was built in 1923 and the current owner has been in residence since 1978 having maintained the property to a good standard, however there is now scope for modernisation. There is also ample scope to extend the house or convert the detached garage block if required S.T.P.P.
Ground Floor: Enclosed Porch – Reception Hall – Cloakroom – Kitchen/Dining Room – Drawing Room – Sitting Room
First Floor: Landing with Picture Window – Master Bedroom & Ensuite – 3 Further Double Bedrooms – Family Bath/Shower Room
Annexe: Inner Hallway – Lounge/Dining Room – Kitchen – 2 Double Bedrooms – Shower Room
Outside: The Plot Extends to 1.2 Acres – Private Driveway Providing Ample Parking – Superb 51’ x 25’ Detached Garage Block – Large Gardens Backing onto Fields to the Rear with Views to the South Downs to the Front
The accommodation includes an enclosed porch with ample room for shoes and coats. Double doors open to a generous reception hall which has an oak staircase leading from it, an exposed oak floor, oak ceiling beams and double doors to the garden. There is a cloakroom fitted with a white suite.
The kitchen/dining room is comprehensively fitted with the benefit of a gas fired AGA and space for all appliances. There is also a door to the annexe.
The impressive triple aspect bay fronted drawing room has far reaching views and an imposing brick fireplace with an expansive brick hearth and ample seating space. Exposed oak floor and ceiling timbers. There is a separate dual aspect bay fronted sitting room also with a brick fireplace with display plinths either side.
On the first floor the good size landing has a feature picture window, hatch to loft space and a walk in linen cupboard with shelving.
The dual aspect master bedroom benefits from fabulous views over fields with the South Downs beyond and an ensuite shower room. There are 3 further double bedrooms, 2 of which also have views over the fields to the South Downs. The family bath/shower room is particularly generous with a double size shower cubicle and a cast iron Victorian style freestanding bath.
The attached annexe is approached either from its own front door or via the kitchen of the main house. The lounge/dining room has windows and a door opening to the garden. The dual aspect kitchen has space for all appliances. From an inner hallway there is access to 2 double bedrooms and a shower room.
The house is centrally situated within its own plot which extends to 1.2 acres.
A pillared entrance is flanked either side by 2 mature oak trees with a frontage of beech hedging. An in and out driveway provides ample parking with a central area of lawn and patio.
A particular feature is the detached 51’ x 25’ pitched roof garage block which benefits from ample eaves space, 2 electric up and over doors to the front and a 11’ wide sliding door to the rear of the garage which opens to the garden. Separate personal door and windows. This could easily be converted or partially converted to create further accommodation or a home office/studio S.T.P.P.
The remainder of the garden is laid to expansive lawns, inter... Read more