Striking Georgian home with Downland views
Egdean House is an imposing and well proportioned period home with a striking Georgian façade. Upon entering the property a welcoming entrance hall leads on to the study, with fireplace and windows on to the garden. The ground floor accommodation comprises a sitting room with log burner and French doors onto the garden, a dining room and fitted kitchen with a range of base and wall units.
The property currently benefits from planning permission (Reference: SDNP/17/02279/HOUS) for a kitchen extension to the rear. The main hallway also leads to a staircase down into a spacious cellar which is divided into two rooms. Upstairs the main house has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
A particular feature of the house is the annexe, which can be accessed from one of the bedrooms or could be arranged as a self contained unit, with a bed/sitting room, kitchen diner and ground floor shower room.
The gardens are mainly to the rear of the house and are delightfully presented, with a mix of lawn, borders, beds, a Mediterranean garden and a vegetable garden. The views to the rear are spectacular and extend to the South Downs. There is a large brick built stables to one side which has potential for conversion subject to obtaining the relevant consents. The driveway provides ample parking along with the detached double garage.
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The views from the garden are simply wonderful - extending to the South Downs and beyond.Sophie Richardson