School Lane, Hadlow Down, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 4JE | Property for sale | Savills
291.72 sq m(3,140 sq ft)
Guide price £1,399,950

School LaneHadlow Down, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 4JE

    Key features

    • Stunning far-reaching views from the first floor across the surrounding Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
    • Flexible and functional accommodation ideal for modern day family living
    • Open plan kitchen and dining area with bi-folding doors to the rear terrace, ideal for entertaining
    • Gated driveway with parking for up to five vehicles
    • Mature landscaped garden with a wide-spanning Indian sandstone terrace
    • Buxted mainline train station within approximately 2.4 miles

    An attractive and sizeable family home with far-reaching views in this semi-rural location

    About this property

    • Found in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on this semi-rural lane in Hadlow Down, Lynx House is a four-bedroom family home offering flexible and functional accommodation, with stunning far-reaching views from the first floor, whilst being within approximately 2.4 miles of the mainline station; providing an ideal setting for modern day family living.

      Arranged over two floors, the property offers family-friendly accommodation that can be arranged to suit, with the ground floor enjoying a seamless flow between the living areas. The cosy sitting room benefits from a log-burning stove and exposed timber beams adding much charm, with French doors opening to the rear.

      Fitted with walnut and ivory shaker-style units topped with granite and oak worksurfaces, the kitchen offers a good-level of storage and preparation space, with a built-in chopping board and a range of integrated appliances including a Neff oven with a microwave/oven above, dishwasher, halogen hob, and a freestanding electric AGA. The kitchen is open plan to the dining room with bi-folding doors opening from the kitchen to the rear terrace, creating an ideal area for entertaining. There is a large utility room with direct access to the rear and an adjoining shower room, which is a particularly useful feature for those wishing to remove muddy boots without using the main entrance. The study provides an ideal space for today's working-from-home requirements and completes the ground-floor accommodation.

      Upstairs, the principal bedroom is of particular note; with an adjoining balcony offering a charming space for al fresco dining, together with a walk-in shower room and en suite bathroom. The layout of the bedroom and en suite bathroom has been strategically configured to provide wonderful far-reaching views of the countryside beyond. There are three further bedrooms, one of which benefits from an en suite shower room, whilst the remaining bedrooms are served by the well-appointed family bathroom.

      Outside, the gated gravel driveway provides parking for up to five vehicles, with a gate on either side providing access to the rear garden. To the rear, an Indian sandstone terrace spans the width of the property whilst the remainder of the garden is laid to lawn. There are a variety of mature shrubs and trees providing wonderful colour throughout the year, with a gate to one side of the boundary providing direct access onto a byway that runs parallel to Lynx House boundary and leads to Stockland Lane.

      Further equestrian outbuildings and land may be available by separate negotiation, please enquire directly with Savills Tunbridge Wells.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    What's makes this special for me, is seeing a full house renovation finished to a high standard of presentation, but at the same time, the work is has individual flair and imagination too.

    Robert JacobsProperty agent

    Local information

    • Hadlow Down is a small village located in the Wealden district of East Sussex, lying approximately 9 miles to the northeast of the county town of Lewes and approximately 4 miles east of Uckfield. Lynx House is located on School Lane, a semi-rural road with Hadlow Down playing field accessed on the opposite side of the road. The village is surrounded by picturesque countryside and enjoys a tranquil and rural atmosphere. The area is known for its scenic beauty, offering plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, and horse riding.
    • Hadlow Down offers local amenities including a primary school, a village hall, a church, and a public house. Mayfield lies approximately 4 miles away and provides a wider selection of shops and services including a convenience store with post office, a chemist, a dentist and doctors' surgery, hairdressers, a delicatessen, a butcher, pubs, cafés and boutiques. Further facilities can be found at Heathfield (approximately 5.1 miles), Crowborough (approximately 5 miles), Uckfield (approximately 5.2 miles), Tunbridge Wells (approximately 13.9 miles) and Lewes (approximately 14.4 miles).
    • State and private schools: Hadlow Down and Five Ashes both have well-regarded Church of England primary schools, with other schools in the area including Skippers Hill Manor Preparatory School in Five Ashes and community colleges at secondary level in Heathfield, Uckfield and Crowborough. Independent secondary schools in Mayfield, Tonbridge, Bedes at Upper Dicker, Sevenoaks and Eastbourne.
    • Mainline rail: Buxted (approximately 2.4 miles) to London Bridge from 68 minutes; Crowborough (approximately 4.1 miles) lies a little further up on the same line with journey times to London Bridge from just over an hour. Also, Tunbridge Wells (approximately 12.4 miles) for the South East train line, for London Bridge, Cannon Street, Waterloo East and Charing Cross.
    • The village is well-connected in terms of transport, with good road links to nearby towns and villages. The A272 road passes close to Hadlow Down, providing easy access to larger towns including Haywards Heath (approximately 15.5 miles) and East Grinstead (approximately 16.9 miles). The M25 can be accessed via the A21 linking to the national motorway network, Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the Channel Tunnel, with both the A21 and A22 offering an easy route to the south coast.

    Additional information

    • Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
    • Mains water, and electricity. Private drainage. Oil central heating.
    • Outgoings: Wealden District Council
    • Council Tax Band: G
    • This property has cladding, the current position with the property is that it is under six floors and therefore any cladding may not have been tested. It is the buyers responsibility to make enquires about the external wall system of the property.
    • Directions: From Crowborough, head past Jarvis Brook Primary School towards Hadlow Down via Hadlow Down Road. Continue onto School Lane until you reach Hadlow Down Playing Field. Lynx House will shortly be on your left. TN22 4JE.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G