Manor Road, East Grinstead, West Sussex RH19 1LR

Manor House is an individually traditionally built, carefully designed and well-appointed family home in a mature setting, in the heart of East Grinstead.

East Grinstead is an ancient market town situated near the East Sussex, Surrey and Kent borders, just 27 miles south of London and 21 miles northeast of Brighton. It has a population of approximately 27,000.

Set on a sandstone ridge beside the Ashdown Forest, East Grinstead is capital of the High Weald area of Outstanding Natural beauty. Its historic buildings are now home to a variety of friendly independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants including a historic coaching inn. Down the high street, timber-beamed buildings dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries nestle amongst those built in Georgian and Regency times. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, the town is less than a ten minute drive away from Kingscote Valley, Weir Wood reservoir and the national trust site at Standen. Alternately, you can ride through this beautiful part of England on the Bluebell steam railway, the stations of which have been built in the traditional Queen Anne style and have featured on television and in films, including Downton Abbey, Muppets Most Wanted Movie and Churchill’s Secret. East Grinstead’s road and rail links connect it easily with London, Royal Tunbridge Wells and Brighton. In the heart of the town and approximately a mile away from the train station and the historic high street and its contemporary amenities, Manor House is ideal for growing families, first time buyers, commuters and those working from home.

Local Amenities
A well-developed residential area, East Grinstead offers a good selection of schools, colleges, shops, garden centres, restaurants, pubs with beer gardens, gyms and swimming pools. There is also a social club, theatre and hospital. The Meridian Line which famously runs through Greenwich also passes through East Grinstead, and is marked by The Millennium Stone, an interactive piece of artwork pioneered by the artist Lisa Jane Stumbke.

Outdoor Activities
Sandwiched between two areas of outstanding beauty, the surrounding areas are a haven for nature-lovers: dog-walkers, cyclists, hikers, bird-watchers and equestrians will find a comprehensive network of maintained trails leading through the unspoiled local countryside: Deers Leap Park, 5 minutes by car from Manor House. Weir Wood Reservoir, also within a ten minute drive, has a picnic spot, walking trails, fishing, sailing, kayaking. There are various habitats within the park, which provide a haven for wildlife, and nearby National trust Site Standen and Blacklands farm hosts a program of activities and days out for all the family. Alternately, Visit Kingscote Estate to enjoy a vineyard tour and taste the locally-produced wines.

Also in the vicinity of Manor House you’ll find several parks, football courts, a golf and country club, and a sports centre with leisure pool. East Grinstead is home to a range of local-and nationally acclaimed sports clubs including hockey, cricket, football, rugby and table tennis. A 12 minute drive away is 3xtreme, an outdoor activity centre offering climbing, abseiling, shooting and archery. There is plenty for every age group, offering a rich and varied life-style covering a wide range of interests.

Manor House is walking distance to 3 local primary schools (Ofstead Rating – Good); there are also two high schools and sixth form colleges in the town – The Sackville School and the Imberhorne School (Ofstead ratings - Good), making this an ideal area for bringing up a family. Within a short drive there is also a selection of performing arts, dance and drama schools.

Mainline Rail service
For rail commuters East Grinstead rail station is a 5 minute drive (20 minute walk) from Manor House. The station sits on both the Oxted rail lines, with frequent services to London Victoria and London Bridge. Heading South the train-line ends at Uckfield. There are two trains an hour to London Victoria and 1 an hour to London Bridge, the commute taking generally taking around an hour.
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The highest quality finish is achieved throughout these desirable homes


  • A choice of Quality fitted kitchens (from Simon Patience New Homes approved range) for early reservation.
  • Fitted appliances include Hob, Oven and Extractor, Washer/Dryer, Fridge/Freezer and Dishwasher
  • A choice of Quartz stone worktops and splashbacks (from Simon Patience New Homes approved range) for early reservationsA choice of Quality fitted kitchens (from Simon Patience New Homes approved range) for early reservation.
  • Fitted appliances include Hob, Oven and Extractor, Washer/Dryer, Fridge/Freezer and Dishwasher
  • A choice of Quartz stone worktops and splashbacks (from Simon Patience New Homes approved range) for early reservations

  • Aqualisa shower
  • Chrome ladder-style fitted towel rails in all family bathrooms and en-suite
  • Shaver points and extractor fans in all family bathrooms and en-suite
  • Half tiled bathrooms
  • Bristan bathroom taps

  • Plastered walls and ceilings
  • Internal wall finishes in Dulux white emulsion
  • Built-in wardrobes for Master Bedroom
  • A choice of carpets throughout for early reservations (from Simon Patience New Homes approved range)
  • A choice of laminate wood flooring to Hallway for early reservations.

  • White Cottage style feature internal doors
  • Polished Chrome finished door furniture
  • Deep moulded skirting and architraves

  • Gas fired central heating
  • Radiators with individual thermostatic controls to all rooms except hall, thermostatic control in hall
  • Loft insulated to NHBC standards
  • White UPVC double glazed windows

  • Low energy lighting in Living Room and Bedrooms
  • Low energy down lights in Kitchen, Hall and Bathrooms
  • External lights in Porch
  • Sky compatible T.V. and telephone points in Lounge and Master Bedroom

  • NHBC 10- year guarantee
  • Mains operated smoke detector with battery back-up fitted to Hall and Landing
  • High security locks to all external doors

  • Established mature setting
  • Grey paving patio area to rear
  • Turfed rear gardens
  • Front gardens planted with trees and shrubs
  • Outside tap and lights

Perfectly situated on the borders of East Sussex, Surrey and Kent in beautiful countryside surroundings, yet close to Brighton and London…offering the best in contemporary living.

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In East Grinstead itself, there is plenty to be occupied with. Alongside the usual amenities you would expect from a town this size, a wander through the high street is taking a walk through English history. Visit Sackville House, a beautiful Landmark trust property built around 1520. Enter the yard to escape the bustle of 21st Century life to enjoy the tranquillity of the large peaceful garden through the yard.

Framed by extensive courtyards, the small passageways leading off the high street meander past old coaching inns and pubs with beer gardens. East Grinstead is a far cry from the cloned high street of many towns which are choked by modern malls and large chain shops. Here small independent retailers display their wares from within the walls of the Tudor-beamed buildings, allowing you to step back in time with every visit to town.

Alternately, you can while away a lazy Sunday exploring the house and grounds at nearby Hammerwood Park, located less than 4 miles from Manor House. Built and designed in 1792 by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, architect of the White House and US Capitol Building in Washington, the residence was owned for a while by rock band Led Zeppelin. Housing a collection of musical instruments, Hammerwood remains one of Britain’s best-kept secrets: an architectural gem, a family home and a venue for concerts and filming.

East Grinstead, West Sussex Station
(1.2 miles) Approx 1 hour journey to London Bridge and London Victoria.

M25 Junction 6
(11 miles) 20 minute drive

(400 metres) runs through the town connecting Manor House with roads running between London, Eastbourne, Brighton and Tunbridge Wells. Brighton is a 50 minute drive; Eastbourne is an hour and 10 mins, Tunbridge Wells is 30 mins away.

London Gatwick (LGW) (8.6 miles, 16 min)
London Heathrow (LHR) (42.2 miles, 55 mins)
London City (LCY) (47.3 miles, 1 hr 10 mins)
ground floor
Ground Floor
  • Lounge - 4600mm x 3250mm (15’1” x 10’8”)
  • Kitchen / Dining - 3390mm x 9230mm (11’1” x 30’3”)
  • Utility - 3250mm x 1900mm (10’8” x 6’3”)
  • first floor
    First Floor
  • Master Bedroom - 4000mm x 3400mm (13’1” x 11’2”)
  • Bedroom 2 - 3300mm x 3400mm (10’10” x 11’2”)
  • Bedroom 3 - 3500mm x 3250mm (11’6” x 10’8”)
  • Home Office - 1750mm x 2390mm (5’9” x 7’10”)

  • All measurements are taken at the longest room dimension.
    ground floor
    Ground Floor
  • Living - 4959mm x 4400mm - 16’2” x 14’4”
  • Kitchen / Dining - 4834mm x 2935mm - 15’8” x 9’6”
  • Downstairs WC
  • first floor
    First Floor
  • Master Bedroom (inc wardrobe) - 4959mm x 2650mm - 16’2” x 8’6”
  • Shower En-suite
  • Bedroom 2 - 3939mm x 3145mm - 12’9” x 10’3”
  • Bedroom 3 (restricted height) - 4450mm x 3870mm - 14’6” x 12’6”
  • Family Bathroom

  • All measurements are taken at the longest room dimension (ie: into bays etc)
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