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Beech Hurst is a wonderful, detached family home built in the late 1800's with a good balance of some 4,200 sq ft of accommodation arranged over three floors. On the ground floor there are three reception rooms - all with attractive features such as fireplaces and coving, a large entrance hall and most notably, a superb open-plan kitchen/living/dining room which opens onto a large area of decking and the garden. The kitchen is equipped with fitted oak wall and floor units with granite work surfaces, 5 ring gas hob, electric oven, extractor and an island unit with a stainless steel sink unit, mixer taps, integrated dishwasher and storage cupboards A further significant feature is the utility room and secondary kitchen which links from the kitchen to the double garage and gives access to a bedroom 5 and its adjoining shower room which is an ideal annexe for teenage children or, as a guest room. On the first floor there are four bedrooms which includes a large principle bedroom with en suite bathroom and sliding doors opening onto a large balcony. There are three further bedrooms, one with a sitting/dressing room and en suite bathroom; further family bathroom. On the top floor is a large attic room which provides very good storage space with open studio/living space and a cinema area. Outside A large driveway and parking area which leads up to the double garage together with double five-bar timber gates giving access onto the garden. The Double Garage has two electrically operated roller doors and there is a work bench to the rear. The garden is very large, running down the west and south sides of the house. Mainly laid to lawn, the garden has some lovely specimen trees with, in particular, a mature Cedar of Lebanon. To the bottom end there is a garden shed and a gate gives direct access onto the Cuckoo Trail. Services Mains electricity, water and drainage; gas fired central heating and hot water. Local Authority Wealden District Council. Outgoings Council Tax Band ''G'. Viewing Strictly by prior appointment with the Vendor's Sole Agent, Samuel & Son, Horam.

Village Property Ref: HRM240023

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