Part of mansion house in secluded location

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Courtmead forms the major part of an impressive Edwardian mansion house, set in beautiful gardens in a secluded location on the edge of Forest Row.

Elegant proportions and period details such as stone mullion windows, leaded light windows, high ceilings and picture rails abound in this versatile family home. Currently arranged as two separate units over three floors. Courtmead has excellent potential for further conversion subject to necessary planning permission.

On the first floor, the rooms across the southern elevation open to a decked balcony with views over the garden. There are two self-contained apartments on the ground floor. The garden is mainly laid to lawn retaining the original Edwardian layout, with a range of established trees, shrubs and flower beds and an ornamental pond with fish.

A splendid pillared veranda runs the length of the southern elevation, with steps down to the main garden at the front of the house. The kitchen garden, with small lawn and raised beds is situated to the rear of the property. There is a second driveway and further parking to rear, providing access to the two apartments and the office building. Behind the office building are three timber outbuildings with plumbing and electricity currently housing an outdoor cloakroom/utility room, storage for sports and garden equipment.

In all, about 1.8 acres.

Guide price £1.5 million

For further details please contact Savills, Haywards Heath on 01444 446000. (