This unique property has been thoughtfully designed and renovated by the current owners to exacting standards providing neutrally decorated, contemporary interiors which offer all the prerequisites of modern family living.
Totalling approximately 2350 sq ft with an additional detached annex of approximately 366 sq ft this extensive property surpasses all expectations in terms of highly flexible living spaces and generous room proportions all accented with designer fixtures and fittings throughout.
With a distinct emphasis being placed on integrating the internal spaces with the rural surrounds, numerous windows and glazed doors allow an abundance of natural light to flood the living spaces as well as framing the panoramic views over the surrounding farmland towards the South Downs and Mount Caburn National Park.
Internally, the ultra-modern spaces include luxurious bathroom suites, underfloor heating, hardwood flooring in part and double glazing throughout. Of particular note internally is the magnificent 29 ft open plan kitchen/day room which incorporates a designer fitted kitchen with breakfast bar and central island. The accommodation further comprises in brief; 16 ft master bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and full en suite with deep-fill bath and separate shower cubicle, three further double bedrooms (one with an en suite bathroom), family shower room and a useful utility room. From the entrance hall stairs ascend to a 38 ft reception room which is a highly flexible space which enjoys access to a decked terrace where the location can truly be enjoyed. Unparalleled views extend to Firle Beacon, of which the property is named after. Externally, the landscaped gardens and grounds wrap around the entire property and are predominantly laid to lawn with a flagstone paved patio adjacent to the day room incorporating a decked terrace. Considered planting consists of specimen trees and established flowerbeds to the borders. The property is approached via timber electric gates which open into a gravel laid driveway providing ample off street parking and leading to a detached garage.
A pathway leads to the detached annexe which, internally, is predominantly open plan consisting of a dual aspect living area, kitchenette, shower room and a double bedroom with access to a private terrace. The village of Firle is mentioned in the Doomsday Book, referred to as Ferla and is valued as £44.00 in 1086 which was amongst the highest values in the country. Today the village benefits from a post office and convenience store, public house, church and a primary school. Firle Cricket Club was founded in 1758 and is said to be one of the oldest in the country. The club continues to be central to village life and has two teams which both compete in the East Sussex Cricket league. The immediate area provides a wealth of opportunities for avid walkers and Firle Escarpment is noted as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) hosting a wide range of flora. Agent’s note: Energy Efficiency Rating D. Viewings are highly recommended to appreciate this exceptional home.
Guide price is £1,350,000. To find out more or arrange a viewing please contact Lewes Estates on 01273 477377.