Savills | High Street, Burwash, Etchingham, East Sussex, TN19 7EH | Property for sale
5,137 sq ft(477.24 sq m)
Excess of £1,950,000(€2,257,464)

High StreetBurwash, Etchingham, East Sussex, TN19 7EH

    Key features

    • Wonderful Grade II* listed family home in central, sought-after village location
    • Medieval and Georgian origins with good ceiling heights and lovely features
    • Part walled gardens with rose garden designed by Jo Thompson, Chelsea Gold medalist
    • Heated outdoor swimming pool
    • Off road parking, garage and workshop
    • Detached listed studio with planning for conversion
    • Etchingham mainline station 2.7 miles with services to London
    • Video tour available on request

    A beautiful Grade II* listed village house with stunning garden and listed studio/outbuilding with planning.

    About this property

    • Burghurst Manor House is an outstanding Grade II* Listed village house with delightful gardens of about 0.70 of an acre and a detached listed outbuilding benefiting from planning for a two bedroom dwelling with garaging and its own private garden.

      Commanding a central village position with timeless views to the south, this beautifully presented and proportioned family home, dates in part from the 15th century with later 18th century addition and boasts accommodation amounting to over 5,000 sq ft including cellarage and extensive loft space.

      Attractive reception rooms with high ceilings comprise an impressive reception hall, a drawing room of excellent proportions, a wonderful oak panelled sitting room and an adjacent dining room, both enjoying a lovely southerly aspect and a study/home office. Together, they provide excellent areas for entertaining.

      The generous kitchen/breakfast room with stunning arched doors leads to the terrace and garden. This light and airy room has hand painted cupboards, gas fired Aga and two ring electric hob.

      A large utility/laundry room, boot room/secondary kitchen both provide further shelving, storage and space for various white goods. A cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.

      An elegant sweeping staircase leads to the galleried first floor landing which in turn leads to five double bedrooms that are served by five stylishly appointed bath/shower rooms and two dressing rooms, one with extensive cupboards.

      Access can be gained to a superb unconverted loft (with ancient crown post), spanning the width of the house.

      Outside, the beautiful part walled gardens of about 0.70 of an acre extend to the rear of the house with the rose garden designed by award-winning Chelsea gold medalist Jo Thompson. There is also a kitchen garden and fabulous heated outdoor swimming pool surrounded by yew hedging. Electric wooden gates open to the off road parking area for several cars, a garage and workshop.

      The Grade II listed outbuilding lies to the north east of the garden and can be accessed directly from the garden or via a right of way over the neighbouring drive. It currently incorporates a versatile first floor studio, kitchen and bathroom with garaging beneath, but planning has been granted for a two bedroom home.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Such an elegant house and with a “Chelsea garden” and a cottage too. The perfect antidote to London living

    Will PeppittProperty agent

    Local information

    • This popular and pretty village benefits from a range of excellent local amenities including a general store with post office, butchers, florist, several public houses, a highly regarded primary school with an "Outstanding" Ofsted report, playing fields and medical centre. The area is superb for cycling and walking with a network of footpaths and the National Trust property, Batemans, former home to Rudyard Kipling is very nearby.
    • More extensive shopping and leisure amenities can be found in Heathfield and the historic town of Battle. Tunbridge Wells, with its period architecture, excellent shopping centre and extensive retail park is about 14.5 miles away.
    • Mainline rail services: Etchingham (about 2.7 miles) has journey times to London Bridge in 1 hour 5 mins and London Charing Cross in 1 hour 16 mins. Stonegate (about 3.9 miles) lies a little further up the same line.
    • Excellent educational opportunities can be found in the area at both primary and secondary levels, in the private and state sectors. These include primary schools in Burwash, Etchingham and Stonegate. Preparatory schools include Saint Ronans, Vinehall and Marlborough House. Senior schools include Benenden School, Battle Abbey, St Leonards Mayfield, Heathfield and Wadhurst Community colleges and further afield there are schools in Eastbourne, Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge and Sevenoaks.
    • Leisure/sporting facilities include a number of premium quality golf courses; Rye, East Sussex National, Dale Hill and The Nevill. Sailing, fishing, riding, walking and mountain bike trails at Bewl Water and a climbing and activity centre in Bedgebury Forest and Pinetum are also nearby.
    • Motorway links: The M25 via the A21 can be accessed at J5 providing links to Gatwick and Heathrow airports and other motorways.

    Additional information

    • Rother District Council has granted planning permission (RR/2020/108/P) and listed building consent (RR/2020/107/L) for the conversion of existing outbuilding to form a two bedroom dwelling with integral garage including single storey extension to rear.
    • Services: Burghurst Manor House benefits from all mains services and a pressurised water system.
    • Directions: From the A21 heading south from Tunbridge Wells turn right onto A265 from Hurst Green towards Lewes and Etchingham. Continue out of Etchingham for about 2.5 miles and into the village of Burwash. Burghurst Manor House will be found on the right hand side opposite School Hill and the war memorial.
    • EPC Exempt