Price Range 1,500,000 - 1,700,000
A stunning Sussex farmhouse constructed in 2004 to a high specification, featuring a large wing of the property that was originally designed to be used as an annexe, detached garaging and further triple bay cart lodge, hay barn/machinery store, an impressive steel framed building with motorised roller doors, picturesque gardens and grounds spanning around 31.5 acres
Entrance hall - Cloakroom - Drawing room - Sitting room/Dining room - Kitchen/breakfast room - Utility room - 4 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms - Galleried Landing.
Entrance hall - Sitting/Dining room - Kitchen/breakfast/utility area - 2 Bedrooms - Bathroom
Brick built garaging and 3 bay cart lodge - Gardens - Paddocks and Woodland (in all around 31.5 acres) with far reaching views.
Coppice Farm was built by the current owners in traditional Sussex farmhouse style to a very high specification in 2004. Featuring exposed oak beams and joinery the property has great character without sacrificing head height. The bright and well proportioned accommodation is arranged over two floors and could be utilised in a number of different ways to suit large families housing multiple generations. The generous reception rooms all feature dual aspect glazing and the handsome drawing room hosts a charming brick fireplace with wood burning stove. A beautiful bespoke kitchen incorporates rich wood cabinets, integrated appliances (including triple Aga oven) and granite worktops with a central island making an ideal area for food preparation and entertaining. There is also a separate utility room. From the kitchen, a doorway leads through to the 'annexe wing' - currently utilised as a bright and spacious reception/family space with far reaching views but potential to become a lounge diner if used as an annexe. Passing through a hall with separate front entrance, there is a large utility/laundry room which would become the obvious kitchen space if used as an annexe. The first floor of this wing hosts two double bedrooms served by a large bathroom with bath and shower cubicle, with a further WC on the ground floor.
The main house first floor consists of four spacious bedrooms and a luxurious family bathroom. The huge master suite is well appointed with fitted furniture and hosts a stylish en-suite bathroom.
The annexe part of the property also features a separate electricity meter (to make dividing bills easier if necessary) as well as its own boiler and oil tank. Council tax is covered on one bill, band G.
Picturesque cottage gardens surround the property, with paved pathways, stocked flower beds and well kept lawns. A pontoon style decking area overlooks a feature fishpond and makes for a tranquil seating/entertaining area. An orchard hosts covered vegetable beds, a conservatory, greenhouse and a variety of fruit trees.
Facilities include; a three bay cart barn parking area and a detached brick built lodge for further vehicle storage or stable/studio potential (insulated to accommodate classic cars). Access a large attractive driveway with turning area via a five bar gate from the lane, leading to multiple access points of various paddocks and the exceptionally well appointed steel farm building and hay barn which includes two loose stables within- making it suitable for a multitude of uses . An adjoining machine/hay store serves the surrounding land which measures approximately 31.5 acres (total), made up of a small area of woodland but primarily grass paddocks which benefit from a number of access points to the neighbouring lanes.
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