Front Elevation
5,408 sq ft(502.42 sq m)
Guide price £1,595,000

CatsfieldBattle, East Sussex, TN33 9DT


    Key features

    • Grade II Listed family home
    • beautiful gardens and views
    • 35ft studio/music room
    • heated outdoor pool
    • 4 reception rooms
    • 7 bedrooms
    • 2 bathrooms

    A handsome and well proportioned Grade II listed family home set amidst glorious gardens with far-reaching views

    About this property

    • Park House is a handsome and beautifully proportioned Grade II Listed house, which is understood to date in part from the 17th century with later additions. Nestling amidst a splendid ‘Plantsman's-style garden and enjoying far reaching views towards Battle and beyond, this well presented home, which has been in the same family for over 30 years, retains many period features and provides expansive and extremely adaptable accommodation exceeding 5,400 sq ft, arranged over four floors. Points of note include;
      • High ceilings to the majority of rooms, sash windows with working window shutters, polished tiled flooring to the reception hall, exposed wood flooring to the kitchen and studio/music room, attractive period fireplaces to most rooms.
      • Elegant reception rooms comprise a drawing room which is open to the sitting room, a formal dining room and, of particular note, a wonderful light and airy 35ft studio/music room with French doors opening to a south-westerly facing terrace, situated to the front of the house.
      • Further rooms include a study with fitted bookshelves, a cloakroom and on the lower ground floor, a versatile home office/garden room with open fireplace and doors to the lovely lower terrace, a utility/boot room which houses the boiler, a cold room/wine store and a further cloakroom.
      • The kitchen, with a superb vista over the gardens, is fitted with a range of hand painted cupboards and central island complemented by granite and wood work surfaces. Appliances
      include an oil fired two oven Aga, a Smeg ‘extra wide' oven, a DeDietrich four ring hob and an integral dishwasher and fridge.
      • A wide staircase leads to the first floor landing where five beautiful bedrooms are served by two bathrooms and all enjoy views over the gardens. The majority of bedrooms benefit from fitted or built in wardrobe cupboards. On the second floor there two further sizable bedrooms and access to eaves storage.

      Park House is approached initially over a shared private lane, a spur leads off to a private drive flanked by pine trees and mature shrubs and culminating in a generous area of parking to the front of the house. The drive continues around to the garaging and the workshop.
      • The beautiful gardens and grounds, which amount to about 2.3 acres, are an outstanding feature of the property. A wide brick paved terrace lies to the north east affording views over the gardens with steps leading down to a further terrace and the gently sloping lawns, with banks of rhododendrons and azaleas, an ornamental pond, borders planted with an array of perennials and mature trees including oak, magnolia, cherry and a superb willow tree. A pathway leads around to the ornamental kitchen garden with a mulberry tree, a number of raised beds and a greenhouse.
      • Partially screened by a brick wall with trelliswork festooned with rambling roses is the heated outdoor swimming pool.
      • Outbuildings comprise two garages, a pool room, a workshop, and below the studio/music room a store room/gym housing a separate boiler for the studio.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Beautifully proportioned property with glorious gardens

    Leanne GammonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Park House occupies a tucked away position about 0.8 of a mile from the village of Catsfield, where there is a general store and Post Office, public house, farm shop, village hall and church. The historic town of Battle is about 2.8 miles to the west and has an excellent variety of shops, public houses, restaurants together with a mainline station providing services to London. More comprehensive shopping and amenities can be found in Hastings (9 miles), Eastbourne (13 miles) and Tunbridge Wells (25 miles).
    • Education: Excellent educational opportunities exist within the area in both the private and state sector, at all levels. These include Catsfield Primary School, Claverham Community College and Battle Abbey at Battle, Vinehall near Robertsbridge, and Bede's at Upper Dicker.
    • Mainline Rail Services: Frequent services run from Battle to London Charing Cross, London Waterloo and London Bridge.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From Battle, proceed in a westerly direction on the A271, shortly after passing The Squirrel Inn public house on the left hand side turn left signposted to Catsfield. Proceed for 1 mile and just after the Great Park Farm Nursery and Farm Shop on the left, turn left by Sunny Close Cottage into a private lane. The long drive leading to Park House is the first on the left.
    • EPC Exempt