Set in park-like gardens

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Pleasantly located on the outskirts of the village, Cedar House is an individually architect designed, four bedroom, detached property of generous proportions.

Split level, flexible accommodation offers annexe potential.

There are southerly views over half an acre of landscaped gardens and the distant South Downs.

The property is located within walking distance to Buxted railway station, as well as walks through 312 acres of Buxted Park.

Accommodation includes an impressive double lounge with balcony, kitchen/breakfast room, separate dining room, large utility, four bedrooms, two bathrooms.

The gardens are a special feature of the property: there are well fenced enclosed south facing gardens, a bluebell dell, koi ponds, in all .5 acre.

In front, a large pea beech enclosed drive provides parking for many vehicles. Access to double garage. Raised rose garden and hedged periphery with electric socket in front garden.

Further lawned garden to right hand side, gated for access to rear, concrete ramp for ride on mower leading to implement shed, gated entrance to side shaded patio. Greenhouse and access to utility room.

A paved patio runs along the rear of property and a decked balconied seating area affords marvellous views of the garden.

Directly below the patio is dense planting – cottage gardens with roses, budleia, fuchsias, etc as well as two ponds with waterfall. Extensive side area. Enclosure kept for chickens and rabbits.

There is also a large implement shed with power and light.

Large gently sloping lawn with established borders with path leading into woodland area.

Buxted offers local shop, inns, primary school, doctor’s surgery and a railway station with services to London Bridge and Croydon. There is also a 12th century church in Buxted Park and cricket, bowls, archery, hockey and stoolball clubs. The nearest main town is Uckfield.