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12 Bedrooms Detached House for sale in Five Ashes, Mayfield

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12 Bedrooms Detached House - £2,500,000

Five Ashes, Mayfield

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First listed on: 16th June 2016

Nearest stations: Crowborough (2.7 mi)Buxted (4.5 mi)Eridge (5.1 mi)Wadhurst (5.5 mi)Stonegate (6.2 mi)

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A fabulous, Grade II Listed Sussex Manor House, with a substantial attached \'Annex\' forming an incredibly adaptable home of over 7,800 sq.ft set within circa 11 ½ acres of gardens and grounds, backing onto fields and woodland all with simply incredible, far reaching panoramic views, ample parking, outbuildings, former tennis court, plus a substantial Oak barn and former diary outbuilding, also offering considerable potential. EPC exempt

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Horleigh Green Farm is an outstanding Grade II Listed property, with origins from the late sixteenth century, plus a substantial Annex addition in the late 1920s. This exceptional home has been in the same family for over fifty years and provides spacious and flexible accommodation of over 7,600 sq.ft. To the rear are some of the best panoramic and far reaching views in Sussex, looking out over the 11 ½ acres that will be sold with the property and the rolling countryside beyond to the Ashdown Forest and all the way to the South Downs.The Farm House:The original house offers charm and character in abundance, with ample oak beams, oak flooring, wooden latch doors and leaded light windows, exposed sandstone and brickwork and several inglenooks. The front door opens into the reception hall with fireplace and stairs leading to the first floor, doors to the drawing room with another inglenook and double aspect and superb views to the rear from the double doors that lead out to the terrace.From the reception hall, double doors lead into a lovely family room with oak beams, tiled flooring and a lovely inglenook. The window also offers an attractive outlook over and up the front drive. A further door leads into the dining room, with fireplace, oak beams and flooring, window to front and a door to the kitchen and door to the annex.The kitchen has an array of cupboards and drawers, with sink and cooker and a window to the rear.Off the reception hall is a large storage cupboard and an under stairs store. A hallway leads to the rear of the house and a cloakroom, stairwell to the cellar, access to a modern sun-room, again with superb views, a laundry room and further steps down to a utility room. This then leads round to the kitchen.The First floor has a wide, open landing with window and the views to the rear. The master bedroom is a good size, with fitted wardrobes, window to front, window to rear with the views to the rear and an en-suite bathroom. There are three further double bedrooms across the first floor, all with windows to the front, two sharing a useful walk-in store/potential en-suite. There is a family bathroom and a further walk-in store plus a charming beamed landing to the rear.Further stairs lead up to the second floor, currently comprising four very usable attic rooms, forming further bedrooms and enough space for a bathroom, subject to any necessary consents. The views really are spectacular.

The Annex
The Annex:The annex was added in circa 1928, and has accommodation over four floors comprising a kitchen, accessed from the front via its own front door. There is a walk-in pantry, stairwell to the first floor, door to cloakroom and further door to a study. Behind the kitchen is a dining room with a fireplace and windows to rear. Some steps lead up to the sitting room, with windows to front and rear and a fireplace with a wood-burning stove. A small flight of steps also lead up to a door to the original house.The first floor comprises a triple aspect double bedroom with wonderful views and an adjacent dressing room that could form another en-suite, subject to any consents, plus a family bathroom, large airing cupboard and another good sized double aspect double bedroom with views and a small hallway and en-suite bathroom.The second floor comprises two further double bedrooms, one with a triple aspect and lovely views. There is also a basement boiler/utility/workshop accessed from the rear garden.

Outside
Outside:Outside, the house is approached via a gravel driveway with turning circle and ample off road parking as well as access to the Sussex Barn. There is access to the front door, dining room door, Annex kitchen garden and front door, plus a Sandstone bin-store.The formal gardens for the main house are to the rear, with a sandstone terrace and the fabulous views. To the side is a lawned area with mature flower beds and trees. A pathway then leads down to the former tennis court and kitchen garden. The front garden is lawned, again with mature flower beds and trees, with a part paved rose garden leading across to a secondary front gate and tractor shed.The former tennis court and kitchen gardens are now covered with trees, but could be resurrected, and indeed a brick potting shed is still in situ.The Annex kitchen garden is privately tucked away behind a sandstone wall and gives access to the Sussex Barn/workshops, the annex rear garden and fields beyond. The gardens, paddocks and fields total around 11 ½ acres.

Sussex Barn
The Sussex Barn:The Oak framed barn, at approximately 3,900 sq.ft, is a substantial building, as it also connects to the former milking parlours, diary, stables and various stores. It is considered that there is massive potential for conversion, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.The open barn has large double doors to front and rear, with mezzanine areas and openings into a general store, also with a door to the front, and log stores and workshops to the rear on the annex side. On the other side, there are attached stables, a feed store, tiled diary, vaulted milking parlour, additional store, hay store and further poultry/livestock stores. The whole array of buildings forms an attractive \'courtyard\' effect, before leading down to the fields beyond, passing a pole barn.

Services
Services:Oil Fired Central Heating with two boilers - one for the main house and one for the annex.Private drainage, mains water and electricity. Council Tax band H

Situation
Horleigh Green Farm is located off a Country Lane between the villages of Rotherfield and Five Ashes. The open westerly aspect and views are over untouched open countryside and woodland. The nearby village of Mayfield is approximately 3 miles from the 16th Century beauty of Mayfield High Street. Facilities in the village include a small supermarket with post office, butcher, baker, pharmacy, florist, greengrocers and deli as well as GP surgery, dentist and hairdressers. There are also a couple of cafes and Period Inns, including the renowned Middle House Hotel. There are pretty churches of various denominations, a flourishing primary school and the well regarded Mayfield School secondary school. For more comprehensive facilities Tunbridge Wells is 9 miles to the north. Railway stations can be found at Crowborough (4 miles), and Tunbridge Wells (10 miles). These provide a fast and regular service to London Charing Cross, London Bridge and Canon Street. There is a regular bus service to Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne. The area provides an excellent selection of both state and private schools. Nearby leisure facilities include tennis, bowls, numerous golf clubs, sailing on Bewl Water and at the coast. The area is criss-crossed with many beautiful walks through the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.There are several equestrian livery yards in the area, plus excellent lane and bridle-path hacking, the Rotherfield Woodland Riding club that allows permits for riding in the woodland around Rotherfield, Eridge Hunt Pony Club and the lovely Ashdown Forest is a short drive away.

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3 Church View

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Mayfield

TN20 6AB

Telephone: See phone number 01435 874450

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3 Church View

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TN20 6AB

Telephone: See phone number 01435 874450

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