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OIEO - £1,300,000 - Recently Sold
Twilight image of the rear of the home showcasing the garden and patio area

Grange House – Newick

Nestled in the semi-rural East Sussex village of Newick, with its traditional village green, discover a home where modernity melds with classical design.

Classic meets contemporary:

Pulling off Western Road, peace and privacy await at the end of a lengthy driveway, where this home, built in 2006, stands imposingly ahead. Built to a Georgian style, Regency era symmetry is prevalent in its pilastered entrance, symmetrical bespoke windows and austere façade.

Parking is plentiful to the front, with a large double garage with an electric door (served by power and lighting) also available. A high evergreen hedge to the front ensures privacy, with elegant topiary ball planting preceding the pillared front door, flanked by glass panels for full light flow.

Stepping into the entrance hall, immediately the grand proportions of this incredible home are revealed. Broad and bright, the central staircase leads up directly ahead. Warm and welcoming, sense the subtle comfort from the underfloor heating, a feature throughout the house with each individual room having their own temperature control.

Follow the flow:

Work from home in peace and quiet from the study, through the first door on the left, where wooden flooring flows through from the entrance hall. Panelling to the lower walls adds a classic feel as light streams in through the bespoke window to the front.

With wide French doors and windows overlooking the lush lawn to the rear, relax and unwind in the sitting room next door. Cream carpet flows out underfoot, with elegant cornicing overhead. Emanating warmth, a gas fire is nestled within an attractive stone surround. So cosy in the winter months, hunker down with a book, listen to your favourite playlist with a glass of wine or catch up on the latest boxset thriller.

Throughout the home, neutral colours blend as you move from one room to the next for a truly tranquil feel.

Sneak a peek through the door to the left of the sitting room, where a handy cloakroom with wash basin and WC is available for guests.

Wine and dine:

On the other side of the staircase, make your way through to the dining room, where formal glamour radiates from the ornate coving and panelling. French doors ensure this room remains light and bright, providing easy access to the garden for sunny alfresco dining in the summertime.

Discover the heart of the home through a set of handsome wooden double doors, opening to the impressive open-plan kitchen-diner.

Large white tiles gleam underfoot, complemented by an array of white cabinetry including pantry cupboards, providing plenty of storage. Currently furnished with an LG fridge and freezer, alongside a Bosch dishwasher installed in 2022, cook up a feast for loved ones on the stylish Range cooker. Ample preparation space is available on the granite worktops, which also accommodate an undermounted sink.

Sociable spaces:

A seamlessly flowing open-plan space, the kitchen, breakfast and dining area are perfect for social gatherings.

Opening up to the right of the kitchen is a cosy snug, perfect for relaxing after dinner, whilst a dining table is set beside a side window, providing glimpses out to the lush garden. French doors provide easy access for perfect party flow.

Nestled off the open plan kitchen is the spacious utility room, also with access outdoors and with plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer alongside a separate sink. On rainy days, avoid the inclement weather by entering directly from the garage and into the utility room.

Enchanting views:

Returning to the entrance hall ascend the carpeted central staircase to arrive at the first-floor landing, turning left to arrive at the principal bedroom. Light and bright, a wealth of fitted wardrobes offer ample storage. Wake up to enchanting views out over the rear garden, before freshening up for the day in the ensuite bathroom, furnished with a heated towel radiator, WC, wash basin and walk-in shower.

Next door, wooden flooring gleams in the light spilling through the large window to the front of the third bedroom. Currently accommodating bunk beds for the grandchildren, this room is easily capable of taking a double bed and also comes replete with a built-in wardrobe.

Make your way back around the gallery landing, to seek refreshment in the house bathroom. With white marbled tiling, this bathroom is fitted with a large bath containing a showerhead attachment, WC, heated towel radiator, wash basin and separate shower cubicle.

Next door, bedroom two brims in light and views courtesy of a handsome window overlooking the rear garden. Carpeted underfoot, this airy bedroom again offers integrated storage and is served by its own shower room ensuite with a heated towel radiator, wash basin and WC.

Along the landing, pass a deep linen closet en route to a fourth double bedroom. Awash with light, every bedroom exudes classic grace, dressed in soft tones and with evocative views out over the gardens.

Next door, a potential fifth bedroom serves as a study, with leafy views and wooden flooring.

Sunshine, shelter and shade:

Outside, seek sunshine, shelter and shade in the beautifully manicured and maintained garden. Ideal for gardeners, the garden is a perfectly manageable size, planted with a wide range of perennials and roses to be enjoyed throughout the seasons.

Autumn arrives in a blaze of colour courtesy of three handsome acer trees, with two stunning trachycarpus fortunei trees to the rear garden.

An entertaining haven, enjoy barbecues with family and friends throughout the summer months.

OWNER QUOTE “The garden is our happy place.”

Near and far:

Nestled off the A272, Newick is a peaceful semi-rural village tucked between Haywards Heath and Uckfield, only nine miles from the nearby town of Lewes.

At the centre of the village, The Green serves as a focal point for the community, playing host to the Annual Newick Bonfire – a popular event with parades and firework displays – also host to the Newick Horticultural Society’s annual September show. A welcoming organisation, the Newick Horticultural Society engage in monthly meetings and outings.

Enjoy country ambles through Reedens Meadows, expanding over 29 acres of green space just over the road. Pop the dog on the lead and immerse yourself in historic grassland, trees, hedges and streams as well as ponds and woodlands. National Trust run Sheffield Park is 4.1 miles away offering more than 300 acres of Sussex countryside with stunning gardens formed through centuries of landscape design, lakes and cascades, play area for family adventures and the Coach House Café where you can rest your tired feet after long walks with your friends or family. Sheffield Park is also a two pawprint rated place so you can enjoy gorgeous dog-friendly walks with your four-legged friends.

Dine out at the local Newick Tandoori, or sample the fare and fine wines at one of the three village pubs: The Bull, The Crown and The Royal Oak. There is also a local coffee shop and Post Office in the Newick News Shop.

Medical assistance can be found at the nearby Mid Downs Medical Centre on Marbles Road, whilst Newick also plays host to a number of sports clubs including cricket, rugby and football to name but a few. Thespians can join the Newick Amateur Dramatics Society, which hosts regular performances throughout the year.

With five potential bedrooms, this home is ideal for families, with so many schools nearby, alongside the reputable village primary school and with several renowned private schools easily accessible.

OWNER QUOTE: “We have loved the privacy, peace and quietness our home provides whilst still being within very easy reach of eateries and local services such as bakers, butchers etc.”

Viewing strictly by appointment with Bees Homes.

If there is any point which is of particular importance to you, we invite you to discuss this with us, especially before you travel to view the property.

For a brochure of this home please call the Bees Homes country office on 01323 332344.

Please Note:
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Bees Homes use all reasonable endeavours to supply accurate property information in line with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008. These property details do not constitute any part of the offer or contract and all measurements are approximate. It should not be assumed that this property has all the necessary Planning, Building Regulation or other consents. Any services, appliances and heating system(s) listed have not been checked or tested.

Floor plan measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built in furniture.

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Details

Price : OIEO - £1,300,000 - Recently Sold
Property Type : House
Purpose : Sell
Status : Available
Area : 2300 Sq Ft
Address : Newick
Property ID : 3625

Internal Structure

Bedrooms : 5
Bathrooms : 3