- Contemporary new homes
- Circa 3,300 sqft
- 5 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- Garage & parking
- Lawned gardens
- New homes warranty
- EPC - TBC
A pair of stunning new homes spanning across 3,300sqft incorporating traditional high quality materials into a fabulous 21st century take on a barn. Bevingdean Copse has been designed for sustainability and modern living from the outset. Expansive living space complemented by a separate dining room and elevated living room with stunning views. 5 Bedrooms, 4 bath/shower rooms, utility room, double garage and gardens. For further information or to arrange a private viewing, please contact the Lewes on 01273 487444. EPC - 85Location:
Bevingdean Copse is situated to the south of the village on the edge of the beautiful Chailey Common. Immediately opposite is a pedestrian gate into Memorial Common, it is lowland heath, a nature reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. In total The Common consists of 450 acres of lowland heath divided by tracks giving access to private properties. It provides a truly incomparable environment for delightful walks where on a fine day the South Downs can be seen stretching from Lewes on the left away to the Jack and Jill Windmills at Clayton to the right and beyond.
Haywards Heath to the west offers a wide range of amenities including a new Waitrose store and a wonderful selection of restaurants. It also has an excellent mainline railway link to London where frequent trains provide easy access to London Victoria (approximate journey time 50 minutes) and London Bridge (approximate journey time 62 minutes).
A choice of wonderful country pubs abounds with one of the best places to eat the nearby Five Bells. While the lovely village of Newick offers a doctors surgery, bakery, chemist and pubs situated around the village green.
The historic County Town of Lewes, approximately a 15 minutes drive to the south, offers a fantastic place to spend time in. The beauty of the towns architectural heritage interplays with both the River Ouse as it meanders through the town centre and the South Downs National Park provides a dramatic backdrop to the townscape. Lewes is a unique shopping and leisure destination, offering a wide range of local shops, independent boutiques, cafes and restaurants.
The area is extremely well served by schools with Chailey and Newick both having primary schools and the highly praised Chailey senior school. Its GCSE results are excellent and have been sustained year on year with students achieving well above expected progress, and in comparison, with national levels of attainment. As a result, the school has been chosen to be the English Hub and Modern Foreign Languages Hub for East Sussex. An excellent range of private schools are easily accessible including Great Walstead in Lindfield, Ardingly College, Cumnor House at Danehill and Lewes Old Grammar school within Lewes. There is also the notable Chailey Heritage School within the Common.
Sheffield Park Gardens provide a wonderful 250 acres of landscaped gardens bordered by historic parkland and woodland to explore. This together with the Bluebell railway offers a special day out.
The famous Glyndebourne Opera House is approximately 12 miles away on the outskirts of Ringmer. There is racing at Plumpton, Brighton and Goodwood, golf at Lewes and the East Sussex National, and sailing at Brighton.
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