A stunning circa 1502 barn conversion with immense character and charm and finished to in our opinion a very high standard. Still retaining many period features to include amazing exposed beams and vaulted ceilings, making this barn a very special home indeed.
The stunning views over surrounding countryside has to be seen to be truly relished. The barn conversion was lovingly restored to its true potential by our clients and attention to detail has been their prime objection. Incorporating the old with the new, underfloor heating was installed on the ground floor, meaning every wall
is free for furniture. The 16’ grand entrance hall opens onto the 30’ open plan bespoke hand built kitchen/dining/day room offering a wonderful space for entertaining family and friends and opens out onto the pretty gardens and stunning views.
Outside entertaining is a must with those amazing views towards surrounding countryside. The ‘Wow’ factor 38’6 drawing room with its fabulous vaulted ceiling and inglenook fireplace just has to be seen to be fully appreciated and with its own bar as well when will your guests/family ever leave! The 23’ family room is ideal for those in the family that want to just sit and chill.
The huge advantage is the stunning annexe with its own private entrance and an open plan kitchen/living room with a double bedroom and en-suite bathroom. The master bedroom has spectacular views to wake up to and a wonderful en-suite bathroom. There are a further three guest bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with an abundance of mature flower and shrub borders. The beautiful lake has its own jetty and seating at the end; delightful for a quiet evening drink.
There is a large L’shaped outbuilding which includes a double and two single garages and workshop a double and two single garages with the added advantage of a studio above with even more potential, subject to the necessary consents.
Iwood Lane Barn is set in the picturesque village of Rushlake Green. The village offers a local store, and an excellent public house and a parish church at Warbleton. The hilltop villages of Dallington and Bodle Street Green are both about 2.5 miles. The larger town of Heathfield, with a good
range of amenities and three supermarkets, is some 5.7 miles whilst Stonegate station (London Bridge/Charing Cross) is about 10 miles, and Battle (goes to Cannon Street).
Tunbridge Wells and the coast at Eastbourne are some 18 and 14.5 miles respectively.
State and private schools in the area include Dallington and Punnetts Town primary schools;, Heathfield Community College, Battle Abbey at Battle, St Leonards Mayfield and Vinehall at
Lewes is approximately 18 miles away with its bespoke individual shops restaurants
and bars. With the famous Harveys brewery and Lewes Castle.
For more information, please call Winkworth Lewes on 01273 471471 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Winkworth Lewes: 23 High Street, Lewes, BN7 2LU