3 Bedroom, House | Off Bopeep Lane, Nr. Alciston

Commanding glorious views from an idyllic setting in the heart of the South Downs National Park.

A beautifully appointed detached house that is enhanced by the tasteful restoration carried out by the present owners. Only an internal inspection will convey the high merit of the improvements that have been made to this converted barn with high quality materials used to enhance period detail and retain the period character of the property. The delightful and mature gardens in the old world style provide the perfect setting for the house securing a very fine south westerly downland aspect.

Key Features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Receptions

Property Description

  • Vaulted Entrance Lobbywith flag stone floor, radiator and vaulted ceiling.
  • Spacious Sitting/Dining Room: 7.62m x 4.42m (25'0" x 14'6")with a fine double garden aspect and a large log burning stove on stone hearth, concealed under floor radiators, solid chestnut flooring, 2 pairs of casement doors give access to the garden fitted, with colonial style window shutters.
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 4.42m x 3.40m (14'6" x 11'2")with attractive double aspect including glorious and far reaching views over the adjacent farm toward the Sussex Weald. Extensive range of polished granite working surfaces with drawers and cupboards below and matching wall cabinets over, inset double bowl sink unit with mixer tap, oil fired double oven Aga with 2 hobs fed, we are advised, by a gravity fed system, plumbing for dishwasher, radiator, deep storage cupboard, colonial style shutters to both windows, solid chestnut flooring and double doors give access to
  • Spacious Utility Room: 4.17m x 2.06m (13'8" x 6'9")with double aspect including far reaching views over the adjacent farmland to the Sussex Weald, range of working surfaces with drawers and cupboards below and wall cabinets over, deep butlers china sink, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, TRO fired boiler for central heating, radiator, colonial style shutters to both windows, flag stone floor, inset ceiling lighting and access to loft space above. A stable door gives access to the Vaulted Entrance Lobby.
  • Inner Hallwith radiator and giving access to
  • Ground Floor Bedroom: 3.35m x 3.05m (11' x 10'0")with lovely garden aspect, colonial style window shutters, solid chestnut flooring, radiator.
  • Bathroomwith white suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and hand shower attachment and over head shower, wash basin, low level wc, heated towel rail, radiator, solid chestnut flooring, extractor fan and window with colonial style shutters.
  • -The attractively concealed staircase rises to the First Floor Accommodation.
  • Second Sitting Room: 4.42m x 3.58m (14'6" x 11'9")featuring a fine vaulted ceiling with exposed roof timbers and glorious views over the adjacent farmland toward the Sussex Weald from the colonial style shuttered window, range of book shelving solid chestnut flooring and radiator.
  • Landingwith chestnut flooring, shelved linen storage cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
  • Master Bedroom Suite comprising Bedroom 1: 4.45m x 3.66m (14'7" x 12'0")featuring a vaulted ceiling and fine views over gardens to the downs, 2 radiators, solid chestnut flooring, double glazed casement doors give access to
  • Balconywhich secures fine views.
  • En suite Bathroomwith white suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and hand shower attachment, wash basin and low level wc, heated towel rail, radiator, solid chestnut flooring, extractor fan and double glazed velux window.
  • Bedroom 3/Dressing Room: 3.05m x 1.63m (10'0" x 5'4")with radiator, solid chestnut flooring, deep built in cupboard, double glazed velux window.
  • OutsideStable Barn is enhanced by its idyllic rural setting and, especially by its lovely gardens which flank the house on its south and westly elevations and provide the property with an unusually high degree of seclusion. As well as the cottage style garden there is an area of orchard with mature fruit trees and a croquet lawn with an adjacent wild flower meadow garden and from many areas of the gardens there are spectacular southerly views over the adjacent downland countryside. Overall the gardens measure just under 0.5 acres.
  • Double Garage: 5.60m x 5.18m (18'4" x 17')with folding panelled doors, power and light points. Door to rear lobby with space for freezer, plumbing for washing machine and drain installed for the installation of a wc if required. Door to garden and staircase rises to
  • Studio/Home Office: 6.60m x 3.86m (21'8" x 12'8")reducing partly due to sloping ceilings, fine views toward the downs, 2 electric night storage heaters and access to additional storage space, 2 conservation roof lights.
  • Summer House: 3.45m x 2.82m (11'4" x 9'3")of oak construction with a fine view over the wild meadow to the downland beyond, power and light points and telephone point, double doors give access to the veranda and orchard garden.
  • -There are garden outbuildings including the picturesque brick and tiled pigsty which is 20' in length and equipped for a workshop and for storage. There is mower storage and a greenhouse and in addition to the detached double garage there is car port for a third car.
We have not carried out a structural survey nor checked boundaries or tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services and cannot guarantee that they are in working order or fit for their purpose. All photographs, measurements, floor plans and distances referred to are given as an approximate guide only and should not be relied upon. Measurements indicate the approximate maximum dimensions of any room and can include window bays, wardrobe cupboards and recesses. We have not checked the legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property and we give no warranty in respect of covenant, lease details or outgoings.