An exceptional Victorian English country house. It retains a number of period features. With no surrounding neighbours it is set in approximately an acre of formal and informal gardens. With exceptional views over the Downs it is still in close proximity to Berwick and the rail station. The county town of Lewes is within easy distance.
The accommodation is over 3 floors. The ground floor consists of 3 reception rooms, an hall, a study and a good size kitchen/breakfast room. Whilst upstairs on the first floor there are 3 delightful double bedrooms, one ensuite and a family bathroom. On the second floor there is a large double bedroom with views to the Beacon. To the rear there is an attached barn and garage that has the potential to create a self contained annex.
The garden encircles the house with a terrace to the rear and a small wildlife pond to the north. A triple glazed summerhouse overlooks and can be used as a studio or office. The grounds are laid predominatly to lawn with mature trees and shrubs. There is an orchard yielding apples, plums and quinces.
The village of Berwick lies to the south and Berwick Station is a small settlement that has grown up around Berwick railway station. It is convenient for computers with direct tarins to London Victoria and an average journey time of 1hr 23m. Located about two miles (3.2 km) north of the main village of Berwick, Berwick Station includes a garage, a small shop and a pub called the Berwick Inn.
The County town of Lewes is close by to the east and served by a Waitrose and many other shopping and recreational facilities. Towards the coast Brighton and Eastbourne are within easy reach. They have extensive shopping, recreational, educational and cultural facilites. Eastbourne College, Brighton College and Roedean and Glynebourne Opera House to name a few.