Westdown Lane, Burwash Common, Etchingham, East Sussex, TN19
- Excellent country house (1998)
- Privately set in semi-rural location
- Delightful countryside views
- In all about 0.84 acres
- One of select group of five
- Mainline stations about 5 miles
**Guide Price £1,100,000 - £1,250,000**
A really excellent and well-presented traditional Sussex-style house built in 1998 by Millwood Homes, forming one of a select group of five individually designed country houses. The location is rural but not isolated and with views over unspoilt countryside.
In all about 0.84 of an acre. EPC E
Dorneywood Grange is a really excellent and well-presented traditional Sussex-style house built in 1998 by Millwood Homes, forming one of a select group of five individually designed country houses, tucked away off a little used no-through private lane.
The elevations are brick with an imposing front facade, part-colourwashed with some exposed oak timbering and tile hanging beneath a tiled roof. There is oil-fired central heating and sealed unit double glazing.
The main features are:
Recessed porch with double oak doors to spacious hall with ceramic tiles, two coat cupboards and cloakroom with a marble circular basin on a floating shelf, and a WC. The study has a deep oak window sill.
Glass panelled double doors to the well-proportioned drawing room with inglenook-style fireplace and views over the garden. The dining room has french doors to the garden.
The kitchen/breakfast room has a Chinese slate floor, 1½ bowl sink, work surfaces, some of which are slate, 5-burner gas hob, two Zanussi ovens, extractor hood, integrated fridge and Bosch dishwasher, central island unit/breakfast bar, double door leading to the terrace and garden.
The utility room has work surfaces with a single drainer sink with cupboards and a drawer beneath, Chinese slate floor and an airing cupboard.
From the kitchen, a door opens to a boot/laundry room with working surface and cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, space for deep freezer, door to the integral double garage.
The first floor is approached via an easy rising staircase with tall half-landing window. The principal suite comprises a bedroom with adjacent dressing area, having a range of fitted wardrobe cupboards, and en suite part-tiled bathroom with bath, basin, WC and shower cubicle.
Guest bedroom 2 has a wardrobe cupboard and an en suite part-tiled bathroom with bath having a shower attachment above, basin and WC. Bedroom 3 has a wardrobe cupboard.
There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom with bath, basin, WC and corner shower cubicle.
The second floor is also approached via an easy rising staircase to a wonderful office/games room/bedroom 7.
THE GARDENS AND GROUNDS
These form a delightful setting to the house with, to the front, a gravel in and out drive, areas of lawn and a selection of established shrubs. The majority of the south-facing garden lies to the rear and has high evergreen boundary hedges to provide seclusion.
There is a wide paved sun terrace adjacent to the house and a large lawn incorporating a wooden deck, together with a number of trees and areas of rough grass beyond.
In all about 0.84 of an acre
Currently, the triple garage, with three up and over doors, provides parking for two cars, the third section having been formed into the large laundry/boot room.
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