198.53 sq m
Guide price £895,000(26.440.992.360 ₫)

Highview PlaceWivelsfield Green, East Sussex, RH17 7RZ

    Key features

    • Modern detached family home built in 2003
    • Set in an exclusive private close next to open countryside
    • Two reception rooms, five bedrooms, three bath/shower rooms
    • Well thought-out layout
    • Haywards Heath station only four miles distant

    Attractive traditional-style modern family home in a private close adjacent to open countryside.

    About this property

    • Woodpeckers is a modern detached family home, set in an exclusive private close next to open countryside, with just three other individually-styled properties. The house was built in 2003 by Millwood Homes in an attractive traditional style with brick, part tile-hung/part timbered elevations. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and extends to over 2,100 square feet; the layout on the ground floor being particularly well thought-out with an excellent flow between the main living spaces. Features of note include neutral decor, high ceilings with decorative coving, timber-framed double glazed windows, wooden internal doors and architraves, and an integral sound system in the reception rooms, kitchen and master suite.

      The full extent of the house can be seen on the floor plan that follows. Particular points of note include the welcoming entrance hall which is central to the ground floor accommodation, and which features an elegant central staircase rising to the first floor. Part-glazed double doors open from the hall to the large, dual-aspect sitting room which has French doors opening to the terrace and garden, and features an attractive inglenook-style brick fireplace with iron canopy and fire basket.

      The kitchen is fitted with a range of birch-fronted units with Corian worktops, and a number of integrated appliances including a Neff double oven and warming tray, 5-ring gas hob with extractor over, fridge/freezer and dishwasher; it is served by a useful utility room and has a door opening to the adjacent dining room. A study and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.

      There are five bedrooms on the first floor lying off the galleried landing, all bar one with built-in storage cupboards. The master bedroom has a generous en suite bathroom; bedroom 2 also benefits from an en suite shower room. The remaining bedrooms are served by a family bathroom with suite including a bath and separate shower cubicle.

      Woodpeckers is fronted by an area of lawn with a paved pathway leading to the front door; to the northern side of the house is a private driveway ahead of the detached double garage, which has an electrically-operated up and over door and a boarded eaves storage area.

      The rear garden lies predominantly to the east of the house and is largely laid to lawn, edged by shrub borders, enclosed by fencing and with a period-style greenhouse and timber shed located behind the garage. An Indian sandstone terrace extends across the rear of the house and around to the southern side, where it forms a sunny seating area ideal for dining al fresco.

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    I think this is a really well thought out and designed home with great space and flow, and what makes it special is its location, set as one of only four properties in this small private close.

    Rohan VinesProperty agent

    Local information

    • Woodpeckers is situated in a private cul de sac close to open countryside in Wivelsfield Green, a village close to the South Downs National Park, in the heart of Mid Sussex.
    • It is well positioned for local amenities which include a public house with restaurant, village hall, general store with post office, primary school, a recreation ground with playground and an 11th Century church.
    • A bridleway runs up the neighbouring Nursery Lane and across the fields to the north, ideal for dog walking.
    • Wivelsfield Green lies almost equidistant between the towns of Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill (3 and 3.5 miles respectively), which both provide a good selection of shops, services and amenities. Lewes (9 miles) and Brighton (12 miles) offer a further range of shops, restaurants, theatres and cinemas. The M23 and Gatwick Airport are within 16 miles.
    • Mainline rail services are available at Haywards Heath (London Bridge/London Victoria from 45 minutes), Wivelsfield (Burgess Hill) and Burgess Hill. www.southernrailway.com
    • Schools: There is an excellent range of state and independent schools in the area, including Wivelsfield Green Primary School, Chailey Secondary School, Great Walstead near Lindfield, Cumnor House in Danehill, Burgess Hill School for Girls and Ardingly and Hurstpierpoint Colleges.
    • All distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Directions: Heading east on Green Road, pass The Cock Inn public house on the left hand side and take the next left into Strood Gate. Keep left and continue to the end of the road where it becomes Highview Place. Woodpeckers (number 4) is the first house on the right hand side.
    • EPC Rating = C