OIRO £1,300,000 New Instruction

Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to introduce The Gables to the open market for the first time in many years. This is a highly attractive detached Edwardian house on the ridge of Station Road, affording exceptional far-reaching views across open countryside. As named, the house has two attractive front gables and offers generous accommodation including four double bedrooms and a modern bathroom to the first floor. The ground floor has a superb fitted kitchen to the rear and four spacious reception rooms with large sash windows, giving exceptional light. There is a garden of just under one acre with surrounding countryside views. The garden wraps delightfully around the house and is superbly planted with many fruit trees, shrubs and flowers. The large driveway provides parking for several cars and there is a two-storey garage, which could potentially be converted into a home office, as well as excellent further garden outbuildings. The property has oil fired central heating.

The Gables is in a wonderful elevated location, laid back from Station Road, in a semi-rural idyll with amazing views. However, the property is also in a village with an easy walk of approximately ¼ mile to the parish church, village hall, excellent local shop, primary school, nursery, public house, recreation ground and of course, Plumpton Railway Station (London Victoria 55 mins & London Bridge 85 mins), which borders onto Plumpton Racecourse. To the north is an easy rural drive to Wivelsfield Green, Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath, both approximately 4 miles with mainline stations and shopping centres. Lewes, to the south-east, is approximately 5 miles with its historic centre and excellent range of independent shops, 3 superstores, cafes and restaurants and many attractive period buildings.


Spacious LANDING
16'8 x 5'9 (5.08m x 1.75m). Sash window. Pine dado rail, architraves and skirtings. Wood balustrade and handrail.

14'8 x 12'3 (4.47m x 3.73m). Triple aspect with superb bay window and easterly outlook across Station Road to open countryside. Double radiator. Pine door to single wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and storage over. Telephone point. Pine skirting, picture rail, door and architrave.

15'6 into bay x 12'3 max. (4.72m x 3.73m). Triple aspect with superb bay window and easterly outlook across Station Road to open countryside. Double radiator. Chimney breast. Pine skirting, picture rail, door and architrave.

11'3 x 10'8 (3.43m x 3.25m). Sash window looking south over the garden and incredible views to the South Downs beyond. Double radiator. Pine wardrobe with storage space over. Pine skirting, door and architrave.

12'1 x 11'5 (3.68m x 3.48m) narrowing to 8' (2.44m). Sash window. Radiator. Pine skirting, door and architrave.

7'5 x 6' (2.26m x 1.83m). Sash window. Pine panelled bath with tiled bath area. Wash basin with cupboards under. Lighted mirror. British Gas 1500 thermostat.

Window. Low level w.c. Wash basin.


Pine entrance door with glazed lights. Superb decorative clay tiled floor. Double radiator. Thermostat. Pine skirting, doors and architraves. Glazed door to rear hallway.

15'8 into bay x 12'2 (4.78m x 3.71m). Triple aspect bay window with secondary glazing, overlooking the front garden. Feature tiled working fireplace with hearth and decorative pine mantle. 3 Wall lights and dimmer switch. Double radiator. Telephone point. Pine skirting, door and architrave.

15'3 x 12'6 (4.65m x 3.81m). Feature triple aspect bay window looking east over the front garden. Cast iron wood-burner with flue from Range Stoves of Lewes. Pine mantle. Pine hatch to breakfast room. Double radiator. Dimmer switch. Pine skirting, door and architrave.

Feature stairwell with Arts & Crafts balustrades, handrail and newel post. Double cupboard understairs. Double radiator. Expose pine skirting.

11'7 x 7'2 (3.53m x 2.18m). Sash window to side garden. Telephone point. Fitted shelves. Double radiator. Alarm panel.

Sash window to side garden. Low level w.c. with pine seat. Wash basin with pine cupboard under. Wall light. Double radiator.

12'3 x 11'2 (3.73m x 3.40m). South facing sash window overlooking the garden. Fireplace area housing Grant oil fired boiler. Pine dining cupboards. Pine door to understairs cupboard. Double radiator. Pine skirting, door and architrave.

14'5 x 10'9 (4.39m x 3.28m). Double aspect with uPVC double glazed windows looking to the garden. Fitted kitchen with white units and stainless steel handles. Lamona stainless steel hob with 5 rings including central burner and electric oven. Drawers and cupboards with pine pull-out trays. Pan drawers. Stainless steel splashback and extractor fan. Ceramic 1½ bow sink unit with mixer tap. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. 2 Pull-out wire trays. Corner cupboard with carousel trays.


Set in 0.9 acres of land which wraps around the house, consisting of large areas of lawn, flower beds and borders, hedging of Hypericum and Escallonia. A considerable area is left to nature and from there blooms many Daffodils, Wild Garlic and many many Bluebells, which also grow all along the northern hedge-line. Fruit trees include 3 types of apple, crab apple, cherry, pear and damson. Flower beds are planted with roses, perennials and other shrubs and trees. Patio area. Wood shed 8'8 x 8'4 (2.64m x 2.54m). Double Garden Room 24'6 x 8'2 (7.47m x 2.49m) with potential for conversion to a Home Office/Workshop.

19'3 x 17'8 (5.87m x 5.38m) approached by large driveway with turning circle. Automatic roller door. Side door. Power and lighting. Wooden stairs to first floor, 19'3 x 10' (5.87m x 3.05m) with sloping ceiling and rear double glazed window to rear garden.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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