Church Road, Newick, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Tudor Barn is a handsome and very striking barn conversion, originally built in 1820 and later converted to a very high standard to create a stylish and characterful family home. The exterior of the house is clad in weatherboardining while the hipped tile roof is very charming. Inside there are a number of original features which have been skilfully incorporated into the new design, including exposed timber beams and stone walling, which are complemented by more modern additions such as kitchen skylights, a gas stove in the lounge and a beautifully appointed country-style kitchen with all the expected conveniences. The house is decorated in a mix of neutral and heritage colours well suited to its setting and history, and is very well presented throughout.

The accommodation has been thoughtfully planned and is arranged over two floors, amount to a total of 2984 sq ft including a fabulous double-height reception area with exposed beams and a feature staircase. The reception rooms are all situated at the back of the house to maximise the views over the gardens, and therefore have south-facing windows affording excellent natural light. The L-shaped sitting room is triple aspect and a large and sociable space, while there is also a formal dining room and a separate study/fourth bedroom. The kitchen has an informal breakfast area with space for a table, and there is also a utility room and a ground floor shower room with w.c. The principal bedroom is set in its own separate part of the house away from the other bedrooms and has an en suite shower room, while the two remaining bedrooms, share a family bathroom. There is excellent storage on the first floor.


The house is tucked away approximately half a mile south of the village centre, in a quiet, semi-rural setting adjoining St Mary's Church. The property is approached over a sweeping gravel driveway which provides ample parking for a number of vehicles, as well as access to a detached double garage which offers excellent potential for further development (subject to obtaining the necessary consents). The gardens are mostly situated to the south and east sides of the house and are beautifully landscaped, including decorative box hedging, well-established borders, mature trees and a lovely patio partially covered by a pergola with climbing plants. There is a good-size lawn, a greenhouse and a Pavilion.


The popular village of Newick is known for its thriving community feel and attractive village green. Amenities include a village shop, newsagent, pharmacy, butcher, baker, Post Office and three pubs, as well as a doctor's surgery. For more comprehensive shopping, Haywards Heath is 7.5 miles, while the city of Brighton is 15 miles on the south coast. Transport links are excellent with the M23/A23 providing good access to Gatwick and the national motorway network. Haywards Heath mainline station offers services to London Bridge and London Victoria in approx. 55 minutes /Brighton in approx. 20 minutes. Within the local area there are many highly regarded schools and college, including Newick and Fletching primary schools, Chailey Secondary School and Cumnor House. There is excellent walking and riding within the South Downs National Park, sailing on the South Coast and opera at Glyndebourne.

Additional Information

Local Authority: Lewes

Council Tax Band: G


Mains water and electricity are supplied to the

property and there is private drainage.

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