Beautifully restored period home

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This beautifully restored period property was built around 1840 and has previously been the doctor’s surgery for Barcombe village.

The Old Surgery has been modernised and converted over the past few years.

The proprty provides three bedrooms, one with en-suite shower, a large sitting room and a combined kitchen and dining room.

Ther is also an attractive courtyard garden enclosed by a feature flint wall.

The property boasts a host of lovely features including the kitchen, which features the commonly known Sussex sash window.

The wooden oak front door opens into a small entrance vestibule with an inner door into the sitting room.

At the centre of the room is a feature fireplace with a wood burner and hand made bookshelves.

A bespoke oak staircase leads upstairs and has some storage beneath.

There is also bespoke double glazing for the large bay window and side window.

The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of floor and wall mounted units, an inset sink unit, tiled floor, a built in electric oven and hob with recessed storage cupboards either side.

In addition to this there are exposed painted timber beams, feature fireplace, recess for upright fridge/freezer and double doors to the garden.

On the first floor there are three bedrooms.

The master bedroom benefits from an en-suite shower room.

Bedroom two has a large built in wardrobe and bedroom three enjoys a roof top view.

The family bathroom has a modern white suite with tiled brick walls, a shower above the bath and recessed shower lighting.

Additional benefits are good ceiling height in all rooms upstairs, secondary glazing to the bedrooms at the front of the property and there is also new wooden double glazing to both the rear bedroom and bathroom.

Outside there is a sunny courtyard garden with newly laid flagstone patio enclosed by an attractive flint wall.

There is a chimney vented barbecue, a storage shed and a gated access with right of way to anearby lane.

Barcombe village offers a general store, public house, village primary school and church.

The nearby town of Lewes offers a mainline railway station with London/Victoria just over the hour.

The town has leisure facilities, shops, including independent retailers and schooling for all ages.

There is also a mainline railway station with services to London at the nearby village of Cooksbridge.

Haywards Heath is approximately a 20 minute drive away.

For details contact Rowland Gorringe on 01273 474101.