A stunning new(ish) build, although this four bedroom modernist-style property in Fairwarp, East Sussex owes much to modernism of the past.
The house goes by the name of Woodlands and is located on the edge of Ashdown Forest, with the house offering up views of both the extensive grounds and that adjoining woodland.
The house was designed and built by the current owners (although it is said to be ‘in need of finishing in some areas’), with accommodation arranged over two floors, covering around 3,700 sq. ft. Plenty of modern technology to play with too, including ‘Sky Frame’ sliding doors with Thomas Sanderson electric remote controlled blinds, sealed unit ‘frameless’ windows, low energy recessed down lighters, wet under floor heating to the ground floor and bath/shower rooms with individual thermostatic controls, a central vacuum system, continuous balance ventilation system, solar thermal collector panels…you get the idea.
As for the accommodation itself, a ‘bespoke’ wooden front door leads to the reception hall which, in turn leads to the open-plan living area, which incorporates the modern fitted kitchen, dining and sitting room. There’s also an integrated fish tank at the end of the reception, just in case you have a phobia. A family room with fitted shelving and open fireplace is also on the ground floor, as is a wet room and a utility room.
Head up the curved staircase to access the master bedroom suite (with dressing rom, balcony and en-suite), three further bedrooms (one with an en-suite shower room and two with access to the balcony) plus the family bathroom.
Outside, you’ll find timber gates, landscaped gardens, a large terrace, a heated saltwater swimming pool, a pool house and an unfenced paddock.
Fancy it? £1,350,000 is the asking price.