Historic home | st leonards on sea | sold | off market

Historic Sussex Home

St Leonards | TN38

5 Bedrooms | 3 Receptions | 3 Bathrooms | Study

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Quarry Lodge Sold Off market

A handsome 5/6 bedroom home with sea views, private garden and utterly secluded position. The history of Quarry Lodge is very much linked to the story of how St Leonards came into existence as a fashionable seaside town – this house was built by Decimus Burton for the Quarry Master who was overseeing the quarrying of the stones which built much of St Leonards. The quarry is now an elegant public park and Quarry Lodge is an example of the very best of the early Victorian spirit combined with a lingering regard for Georgian proportions and scale.

This beautifully laid out home has 5/6 bedrooms; the main bedroom having an ensuite bathroom with shower. Four further bathrooms, two loos, dressing room, study/bedroom 6. A Drawing Room on the first floor with double aspect and sea views, original rounded window with shutters. The Drawing Room overlooks a Park to one side and has access to a decorative ironwork balcony and far reaching views to the sea. There are sea views from most of the bedrooms.

A kitchen/dining room running the width of the house and with direct access to the south facing gardens which are well planted and very private and extend to around half an acre. Pantries, wine cellar, utility room. Detached double garage and workshop.
Off road parking for several cars. Gas central heating.
The property is not listed.

Electronic gated entrance with paved driveway, space for parking and detached garage with workshop space (lapsed planning permission to convert this garage into a two-storey dwelling).
Steps to glazed porch, double doors leading to entrance vestibule with tiled floor. This in turn leads to an inner hall with stairs leading to the first floor, a utility room with loo at the end of the hallway, access to pantries, wine cellar and original quarry tunnel. Entrance to the kitchen and dining room which spans the full width of the house. Gas fired Aga, exposed stone storage spaces, working fireplace, windows overlooking the garden, original bow window and doors leading up a shallow flight of stone steps to the garden.
Glazed door to a private roof terrace; an

The owners had lovingly restored and revived this lovely house and made it their seaside home for over twenty years. Unique Property Company successfully sold the house for the asking price.



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Energy Efficiency Rating (Current): 56
Energy Efficiency Rating (Potential): 80


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Quarry Lodge | TN38


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