A stunning family home offering spacious and versatile accommodation with period features typical of its age.
The original part of Loxfield is understood to date back to the Victorian era, which is echoed in the large detached outbuilding that sits on the opposite side the driveway.
The main portion of this attractive family house was built circa 1926, with original detailing throughout including 'Acorn' bannisters, internal wooden doors, picture rails, wardrobes and brick fireplaces. The accommodation benefits from UPVC double and gas central heating with many of the rooms enjoying a double aspect. This comprises a stunning split-level entrance hall with cloakroom and doors leading to the sitting room, dining room with wide angled bay and a study. The kitchen/breakfast room can be accessed via a front lobby with small utility store and a separate scullery with the original storage cupboards to base and eye level incorporating glazed display units, moulded drainer and 'butlers' sink. The kitchen area also has a good range of units to base and eye level having inset double bowl sink unit, granite work surfaces and space for a range cooker with extractor hood above. From the breakfast area double doors open on to a paved terrace. For those considering dual occupancy, there is a self-contained area to the ground floor which comprises a hall, living room and bedroom with en-suite shower room.
The first floor has a galleried landing and steps rising to a half landing with two bedrooms, one of which is the main bedroom, which replicates the dining room beneath with a wide angled bay having three windows looking over the rear garden. There are four further bedrooms, one having far reaching views towards the South Downs in the distance. All are served by a bathroom, separate wc and a shower room. Off the long landing there are built-in storage/linen cupboards, as well as a hatch to the loft space which houses the gas fired boiler.
Tucked off the north end of the High Street, a driveway leads to a pair of electric gates with security intercom. The driveway provides ample off road parking together with large outbuilding which is divided into four sections, under a pitched tiled room, power and light connected.
The level gardens wrap themselves around the property, principally laid to lawn, enclosed by conifer hedging to the rear boundary to give privacy and seclusion. There are a variety of plants and trees along with a garden store and greenhouse. EPC RATING - BAND D.
Due to its central, yet tucked away location a the end of a private drive, the property offers convenient access to the High Street, mainline rail station, schooling for all age groups and leisure facilities. The coast, Ashdown Forest with its scenic walks and Gatwick are all easily accessible via the A22/A26.
15' x 14' 10" (4.56m x 4.52m).
20' 1" x 14' (6.13m x 4.26m).
11' 5" x 9' 11" (3.47m x 3.03m).
20' 1" x 12' 1" (6.12m x 3.69m).
11' 1" x 10' (3.38m x 3.05m).
En-Suite Shower Room
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15' 6" x 9' 9" (4.72m x 2.96m).
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