Park Barn is ideally situated at the very end of a private lane and therefore in a traffic free location, yet conveniently positioned within easy reach of a range of local services and amenities. These include a primary school, recreational area, village hall, convenience store, inn, tennis and bowls clubs. In addition, the stunning Ashdown Forest with its 6000 acres of heathland and scenic walks is also within easy reach.
The accommodation has zoned under floor heating to each floor and is approached via a pitched covered porch with front door to the reception hall. The stunning open-plan reception room has defined living, dining, family and kitchen areas. Much of the ground floor has oak flooring with the living area having an inset fitted carpet and large stone fireplace with fitted woodburner and log space to each side. The dining area sits centrally within the room with a large central window backdrop extending to the first floor. The family room has a vaulted ceiling, extending into the garden with windows to each side and double doors opening on to an extensive decked terrace. The kitchen area has tiled flooring and granite work surfaces in a 'U' shape arrangement having a good range of storage units to base and eye level incorporating a plate rack and vegetable baskets. Inset double bowl sink unit and integrated appliances in the form of two 'fridges and a dishwasher as well as an 'Esse' range cooker and concealed microwave. A separate matching utility room has an 'L' shaped wooden work surfaces with units to base and eye level, inset sink unit, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. There is also a useful double width store cupboard and access to the rear garden. Also to the ground floor is a study and cloakroom. The oak staircase leads to the a wonderful galleried landing which highlights the oak framework with built-in double linen cupboard. There are four double bedrooms with the master bedroom having a vaulted ceiling and pair of built-in double wardrobe cupboards with opening between through to the en-suite bath & shower room. This comprises an over-sized walk-in shower cubicle, roll-top bath, wash basin and wc. A staircase leads from the landing to a mezzanine floor with balustrading looking over the galleried landing. All bedrooms are served by a family bathroom comprising freestanding bath, shower cubicle, wash basin and wc.
The gardens wrap themselves around the barn, principally laid to lawn, enclosed by laurel hedging and a variety of trees including a mature Oak tree to provide privacy and seclusion. The decked area is on two levels and takes full advantage of the south/west aspect over the manicured grounds. A gravelled drive approach via a five-bar gate leads to an open-fronted double garage with mower/tool store beyond. This houses the central heating system and has stairs rising to a loft store.
The neighbouring town of Uckfield provides an extensive range of shopping facilities, schooling for all age groups, bus depot and mainline rail services to London. The A22/A26 also provides useful commuter links in all directions. EPC RATING: BAND C.
Pitched Covered Porch
9' 10" x 8' 7" (3.00m x 2.62m).
Open Plan Lounge/Dining/Kitchen & Family Room
40' 8" x 32' 6" (12.40m x 9.90m) plus 12' 10" x 8' 6" (3.90m x 2.58m).
10' 6" x 10' 3" (3.20m x 3.12m).
13' x 9' 10" (3.95m x 3.00m).
23' x 11' 2" (7.00m x 3.40m).
21' 9" x 17' 4" (6.62m x 5.29m).
En-Suite Bath & Shower Room
17' 4" x 6' 11" (5.29m x 2.12m).
13' 5" x 11' 7" (4.10m x 3.53m).
9' 8" x 8' 9" (2.95m x 2.66m).
En-Suite Shower Room/WC
12' 3" x 10' 7" (3.73m x 3.23m).
11' 7" x 10' 11" (3.54m x 3.32m).
10' 2" x 8' 7" (3.10m x 2.62m).
Family Bath & Shower Room/WC
10' 2" x 9' 2" (3.09m x 2.79m).
16' 5" @ 1.25m height x 12' 9" (5.00m x 3.88m).
22' 6" x 16' (6.85m x 4.88m).
22' 6" x 5' 5" (6.85m x 1.65m).
17' 9" x 13' 5" (5.40m x 4.09m) @ 1 metre height.
From the seller:
The oak frame consists of nearly 50 tonnes of Green oak, taken from approximately 86 trees, some of which date back over 200 years. The frame consists of around 700 pieces. The oak was harvested in Britany and shipped back to the UK to the manufacturers of the frame "WESTWIND OAK", based in Claverham, North Somerset. Westwind Oak was chosen for its reputation for building bespoke quality projects, such as the National Trust and English Heritage using the same Medieval techniques used hundreds of years ago. Westwind Oak was also chosen as it uses larger sizes of timber in its frames, compared to other oak frame companies.