An interesting place that mixes a feel of its original era with some Scandinavian influence – Lucida House four-bedroomed house in Waldron, East Sussex.
It was architect-designed in 1978, constructed of brick that’s part timber clad beneath a tiled roof. it was also planned to take full advantage of an elevated site, with views over its own light wooded grounds. Inside, the building uses a variety of natural woods and exposed brick work, together with some wood block and slate flooring, solid internal doors and several feature vaulted ceilings.
In truth, not sure the images on the site show that off as much as it could (especially with those ceilings), but it does show a property with real character, if you did a spot of upgrading.
In terms of specifics, there’s a large reception hall with a feature double height glass wall and door leading through to a sun room. There’s also a superb triple aspect drawing room, a separate dining room and family room, a well fitted kitchen/breakfast room and a separate utility room. To the lower ground floor there is a large office/study together with a wine cellar and store room. To the first floor there are four bedrooms, which include a master bedroom suite, dressing room and en suite shower room.
Outside, there is a sweeping driveway which leads to a large parking area and a double garage, workshop and a gardener’s loo. There is also an adjacent car port, front and rear gardens and a natural stream.
More details and images on the site, offers of £750,000 are invited.