by Aspect County


Outstanding home set in 42 acres with swimming pool and equestrian facilities.

Hyeswood is a wonderful semi-detached home with exceptional views towards the south downs. Set in 42 acres of its own land, the setting is truly magnificent, with excellent equestrian facilities for those who require it. Hyeswood was originally part of the Hyes Farm estate and is approached via a tree lined driveway and electric gates. The property has Victorian origins and has been extensively remodelled and extended by the current owners.

The house is entered via a generous hallway which leads on to the principle reception rooms. In addition to the drawing room and dining room, there is a kitchen / family room with underfloor heating, fireplace and wood burner, and bi-fold doors onto the garden. The kitchen has bespoke solid wood units, granite worktops and space for a range cooker. The ground floor accommodation also offers a walk-in larder and utility room.

To the first floor there are four bedrooms, two of which are en-suite, with a further family shower room. There are two studies with fitted cabinetry, which provide an excellent his and hers work from home space. A secondary staircase provides access to the ground floor.

Externally, the grounds are made up of formal gardens and further land. The formal gardens are delightfully well stocked, with a sun terrace and al fresco entertaining area, with steps leading up to a well screened heated swimming pool. There is ample parking in addition to a triple garage. Further outbuildings include a brick built stable block with tack room, hay store and first floor office, and an open bay barn with integral kennel, storage and workshop. To the rear of the barn is a kitchen garden and 40×20 ménage.

The land beyond consists of 42 acres, with roughly half arranged as paddocks, bound by post and rail fencing, and the remaining half is woodland, mainly consisting of hornbeam and oak. An adjacent bridlepath provides the opportunity to hack straight out from the property. The land is a particular feature of this property and due to its elevated position, far reaching views can be enjoyed from multiple vantage points.

Rudgwick is a pretty village in the Sussex Weald, yet close to the Surrey border. Rudgwick is conveniently situated, being close to the A281 for ease of access to Guildford, Horsham and Gatwick airport, in addition to the A24 and A29 between London and the coast. The village offers a range of local shopping for daily needs plus a church, Post Office, medical centre and primary school.

Hyeswood is a wonderful setting. 42 acres of glorious grounds and distant rural views. Versatile and well presented accommodation together with swimming pool, excellent equestrian facilities and outbuildings.’ Daniel Clay, property agent.