A high quality bespoke barn conversion over two floors with exposed original oak beams and supports, this property provides, with its large open plan ground floor an ideal live work unit. With three bedrooms, all with en suite facilities, together with a modern but traditional kitchen, the property presented is a traditional home but with range of subtle modern luxuries. Situated in a rural location, the property, close to surrounding towns and villages with excellent transport links to major roads and to London, provides for a very attractive family live work home.
Front door to
''L' shaped sitting room / Live work unit (24'10" x 47'10" max) with exposed beams and upright supports, with large windows adjacent to the front door looking out to the car park. This quadruple aspect room boasts exposed brickwork on both the floor and walls, with modern halogen lights together with a range of atmospheric LED uplights. The room has a barn door
style entrance into the rear garden. Digital thermostat, aerial point and carpeted throughout. Two steps to
Kitchen (24'1" x 15'9" max) with a large ''L' shaped modern units complete with new gas range with extractor hood and integrated dishwasher and wine cooler. The kitchen boasts both exposed ceiling beams and upright supports above a marbled tiled floor. The room is double aspect and incorporates a built in cupboard containing the oil fired boiler and hot water jacket with immersion heater. Also in a separate built in cupboard there is the main electrical junction box and electricity meters. Smoke and heat detectors are installed in both the sitting room and kitchen.
Cloakroom/Utility Room - a small room located off the southern half of the sitting room incorporates space and plumbing for a washing machine together with a separate WC (4'3" x 4'8") with automatic light and extractor fan recognition system.
From the galleried landing
Bedroom 1 (15'10" x 10'0") with exposed beams, skylight, TV aerial and carpet. The room has in-built halogen bedside lights and leads into the en suite shower room (4'10" x 9'10") which comprises a low level WC, sink, radiator and slate type floor tiles. The shower consists of a large dumper shower with an attached smaller regular shower. The en suite shower room also has an integrated automatic light and extractor fan system. From this bedroom there is a doorway leading into
A small lobby area with two halogen uplighters illuminating the exposed beams. The lobby leads into
Bedroom 2 (11'5" x 13'3") a single aspect double bedroom with exposed beams and carpets throughout. The bedroom has two open mezzanine eaves storage areas together with a hatch to the loft. The room has barn style door leading to external steps to the back garden and is completed with an en suite shower room (5'4" x 8'2") with WC, sink, radiator, slate type style flooring and also automatic light and extractor fan system.
Also leading from the lobby
Master Bedroom (12'10" x 11'11") a dual aspect room with a small carpeted mezzanine eaves storage area with TV aerial points and views to rear garden. The en suite (5'9" x 8'10") comprises a WC, sink, radiator, together with a bath with telephone style shower head attachments and an automatic light and extractor fan system. The bedroom has exposed beams throughout.
OUTSIDE Private rear garden which is approximately 150ft in length . One shed to the side of property and one large metal shed in wooded area of garden.
Side access to parking area with space for 4 cars.Directions
DIRECTIONS From London and the M25 head south on the A21 Hastings road turning south at Tonbridge on to the A26 through Tunbridge Wells and then on to the A267 through Frant and Mark Cross. At the Mayfield roundabout take the second exit and continue on the A267 for approximately 3.6 miles after which turn right at the B2100 and continue for approximately 2 miles before turning left onto Possingworth Lane signed to Waldron and Horam and the junction is also marked by an advisory route sign for lorries signed Dower House Farm. After approximately half a mile turn right (at the post box) into a private drive signed Dower House Farm and proceed for 100 yards or so before taking the first left and follow the driveway down whereupon Possingworth Farm Barn will be seen immediately in front of you.
Alternatively from Eastbourne and Hailsham, head north on the A22 and upon reaching the Boship roundabout take the second exit on to the A267, continuing for approximately 4.7 miles, before turning left on to Furnace Lane. Proceed for approximately 3.2 miles in a north westerly direction and at the crossroads with Moat Lane, proceed straight over and on to Possingworth Lane. After approximately 1 mile, turn left (at the post box) into a private drive signed Dower House Farm and thereon follow the directions as above.