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Ashdown Forest property on the market for the first time in 21 years

PUBLISHED: 10:04 30 September 2015 | UPDATED: 10:04 30 September 2015

Photo by Mark Wood

Photo by Mark Wood

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On the market for the first time in 21 years, this is a wonderful opportunity for someone to secure a superb family home in the heart of the Ashdown Forest.

Photo by Mark WoodPhoto by Mark Wood

Pleasant Farm was originally built in the 17th century as a forester’s cottage which has been sympathetically extended over the years to create a warm and comfortable country home extending to over 4,400 sq ft.

The property sits well within its 7.887 acre plot and has outstanding far reaching views over the forest. Approached through a wooden five bar gate the driveway opens up to allow ample space for turning and parking of several cars and a triple garage.

The swimming pool area is well designed and cared for with a heat pump and an Australian shade sail for warmer days which covers the large terrace area. The gardens are beautifully looked after with well stocked borders offering year round interest.

The property is ideally set up for the equestrian minded with two large fields, separate access from the lane and a stable block with two stables and a tack room. There are another two stables which are currently used for log storage.

The property comes with Commoners Rights.

Pleasant FarmPleasant Farm

www.hamptons.co.uk

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