Felcourt Road, East Grinstead, West Sussex, RH19 2JR | Property for sale | Savills
2,342 sq ft(217.58 sq m)
Guide price £1,250,000(€1,467,321)

Felcourt RoadEast Grinstead, West Sussex, RH19 2JR


    Key features

    • Detached 16th century barn conversion
    • Deceptively spacious and beautifully presented
    • Stylish and superbly appointed newly-fitted kitchen
    • Five well-proportioned bedrooms, three en suite
    • Oak-framed double garage and large detached summerhouse/games room

    Characterful and beautifully presented detached period house.

    About this property

    • Understood to date from the 16th century, Cromwell Barn is a superb example of a detached period barn conversion, characterised in the Sussex vernacular of brick and stone, part tile hung elevations beneath a tiled roof. Despite its age and beautiful period style, Cromwell Barn benefits from remaining unlisted, offering a comfortable, deceptively spacious and beautifully presented home of over 2,300 square feet (excluding the second floor mezzanines), catering to modern standards of comfort. Points of note include double glazed casement windows in keeping with the style of the property, a wealth of original oak timbers, good ceiling heights throughout the majority of the house, a stylish, recently re-fitted kitchen and classic-style white bathroom suites.

      The accompanying floorplans give an excellent overview of the full extent and layout of the accommodation. There are two formal reception rooms: the entrance porch opens to a spacious, part-galleried dining hall with stripped wood floor and a door opening to the garden; the sitting room is of particular note: a generous triple-aspect room with French doors opening to the garden, handsome oak posts and beams, a large brick inglenook set with a woodburning stove, and a walk-in wine store.

      The superbly appointed kitchen was re-fitted in 2023 with a range of modern shaker-style units and display cupboards, complemented by quartz worktops, a woodblock-topped island, and integrated appliances including a Rangemaster oven; there is space for a breakfast table or seating area; together with an adjoining study or snug and a well-fitted utility/boot room with further range of units and space for laundry appliances. A shower room lying off the dining hall completes the ground floor.

      Stairs rise to an impressive galleried landing on the first floor, with hatch and ladder access to a further minstrels' gallery over. There are five well-proportioned and attractively presented bedrooms, three with en suite shower rooms, and the remaining two served by a family bathroom with suite including a roll-top bath and a separate Insignia jet shower. Bedrooms two and three have the additional benefit of steps rising to split-level mezzanines, which could be used for storage or as private study areas.

      Outside
      Cromwell Barn is accessed from Felcourt Road via electronically-operated timber gates, which open to a gravel driveway and parking area ahead of the detached, oak-framed double garage. The garage has power connected, twin electrically-operated roller doors and an internal staircase rising to a boarded and insulated storage room over.

      A brick pathway winds through the well-stocked and mature front garden to the house, the front garden laid to lawn with mature pine trees and woodland shrubs, a newt pond and a timber shed. There is gated access to the side of the house to the rear garden, which is arranged in two sections: a gravel terrace and small paved seating area adjoins the rear of the property, leading out on to an expanse of level lawn extending away from the house to a raised, decked terrace in one corner.

      Beyond here, a timber partition screens a large gravel terrace with greenhouse and a sunken fish pond, and a substantial and versatile timber summerhouse, currently used as a games room and gym, with power connected, fitted units and a wine fridge, and electric heating. To the rear of the summerhouse is an area for composting and garden waste, and access to an adjoining store.

      In all, about 0.37 acres.

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    Local information

    • Felcourt is a hamlet in the north of West Sussex, between Lingfield (about two miles to the north) which provides for day to day needs with shops, cafes, a primary school and a station, and the thriving market town of East Grinstead (about one mile south) which offers an excellent range of shopping facilities, amenities and railway station. There are further shopping facilities at Tunbridge Wells (14 miles) and Crawley (10 miles).
    • The area is well served for sporting and leisure pursuits with local clubs for tennis (0.8 miles) and bowling (0.6 miles), racing at Lingfield Park, Epsom and Goodwood, golf at Chartham Park, Royal Ashdown, Copthorne, Forest Row and Holtye, sailing at Hedgecourt Lake, Bough Beech and Weir Wood reservoirs and along the south coast; and walking and riding locally including Ashdown Forest and Felbridge Showground (0.5 miles).
    • Travel: East Grinstead railway station (1.8 miles) offers services to London Bridge/Victoria from 57 minutes; Lingfield (three miles, London Victoria from 49 minutes) and Three Bridges (eight miles, London Bridge/City Thameslink from 35 minutes). Gatwick airport: nine miles.
    • Schools: There are many highly regarded schools in the area, both state and private, including Lingfield Primary School, Brambletye, Copthorne Prep, Worth, Sackville, Imberhorne, Lingfield College, Michael Hall School (Rudolph Steiner) and Caterham.
    • All times and distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains gas fired central heating. Mains electricity and water. Shared private drainage.
    • Outgoings: Tandridge District Council. Tax band F.
    • Photographs taken: March 2024.
    • Cladding: This property may have cladding. The property is under six floors so any cladding may not have been tested. Purchasers should make enquiries about the external wall system of the property, if it has cladding and if it is safe or if there are interim measures in place.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F