1 available £399,000
Space, character, style. Whatever you are looking for in a home, this house has it all. The light, bright, front-facing kitchen extends into a spacious open-plan sitting/dining area, which spans the entire width of the property and opens onto the private garden to the rear. Upstairs you’ll find a generous family bathroom and three comfortable bedrooms, the master of which is en suite.
- Tenure: freehold
- Garage and/or allocated parking
- Open plan kitchen, sitting room and dining area
- High level oven
- French doors to rear garden
- Hob and hood
|Room||(Meters)||(Feet / Inches)|
|Bedroom 1||3.14 x 2.77|
|Bedroom 2||3.19 x 2.71|
|Bedroom 3||3.19 x 1.97|
|Bedroom 1||3.90 x 3.13|
|Bedroom 2||3.18 x 2.71|
|Bedroom 3||3.18 x 1.96|
|Kitchen||3.06 x 2.48|
|Sitting room/dining area||5.15 x 4.75|
|Kitchen||2.83 x 2.46|
|Sitting room/dining area||5.37 x 4.75|
|wm/ws||washing machine space|
|ts||tumble dryer space|
|ffzr/for/f/ffzs||fridge freezer space|
|dw/ds||dish washer space|
Note: spaces marked for specific appliances in the kitchen may be designed for integrated models only. Please see sales consultant for details. Please note there is no ensuite on second floor
Note: * En suite window and utility door applies to selected plots only. Please see sales consultant for details.
Note: 1. Alternative layout applies to selected plots only. Please see sales consultant for details.
Note: This floorplan has been produced for illustrative purposes only. Room sizes shown are between arrow points as indicated on plan. The dimensions have tolerances of + or -50mm and should not be used other than for general guidance. If specific dimensions are required, enquiries should be made to the sales advisor. The floorplans shown are not to scale. Measurements are based on the original drawings. Slight variations may occur during construction.
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Ringmer is ideally located for transport links, with Brighton and the South Coast along the A26 and A27 and London via the A22 and M23. Lewes rail station is approximately 3 miles away and has regular services to London Victoria, taking just over an hour. The village is served by the number 28 bus which runs between Brighton and Tunbridge Wells. For wider travel London Gatwick Airport can be easily reached via the M23.
A trip to the shops
Potters Field enjoys the luxury of an idyllic location with ample local amenities for all the family. The village boasts 2 pubs; The Anchor andthe Green Man which are known for superb home cooked food and locally brewed ales. Local shops include a general store, post office, cafes, bakery, butchers and hairdressers. For more comprehensive shopping Lewes is located only 4 milesaway. Steeped in history and with a thriving cultural scene there is something for everyone. Local attractions include an 11th century castle, Harvey & Sons Brewery, Plumpton Racecourse and numerous art galleries and antiques shops. Enjoy the stunning South Downs from Ditchling Beacon, the highest point in EastSussex. Take all the family for a day out at the award winning Drusillas Park. Taking time out, Ringmer is well placed for a multitude of leisure activities, whether its attending the opera at Glyndebourne or for something more adventurous why not try your hand at gliding at the East Sussex Gliding Club. The Malling Down Nature Reserve is only 2.5 miles away and offers the perfect retreat for all the family. If you're looking to take up a new hobby, then pop along to the village cricket club or the nearby Golf Club and enjoy the stunning views whist perfecting your swing. Venture along the coast to Brighton which is renowned for its bohemian and dynamic atmosphere. Here you will find a cosmopolitan town featuring; museums and galleries, extensive shopping opportunities from designer names to high street brands, trendy bars and cafes. As well as the town's iconic seafront, it is home to Brighton & Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium.
Ringmer has two schools, Ringmer Primary School for ages 4 -11 and Kings Academy for students aged 11 - 16. Located in the heart of the village is Ringmer Primary School and Nursery for younger children and Chailey School, Bede's Senior School and Plumpton College, all catering for secondary education. For further education there is the East Sussex College with campuses at Lewes, Eastbourne and Newhaven.
- Take the A270 north, leaving Brighton, A270 turns slightly left and becomes Lewes Road
- Use the left 2 lanes to turn slightly left onto Lewes Road/A270
- Use the middle lane to take the slip road onto Lewes Road/A27
- Merge onto Lewes Rd/A27 and continue to follow A27
- At Ashcombe Roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on A27
- At Southerham Roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A26
- At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Malling Street/A26
- Continue to follow A26 Turn right onto Ham Lane
- Turn left onto Norlington Lane
- Turn left to stay on Norlington Lane
- Turn right onto Bishops Lane
- Potters Field will be found on your left hand side
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