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A delightful detached house with an interesting and versatile layout which has been refurbished and modernised in many areas whilst retaining some fine period features such as exposed beams and stonework, fireplaces, stained glass windows and shutters in some rooms. Offered in good order and with no onward chain, points of particular note include: A superb triple aspect vaulted drawing room with exposed beams, brickwork and wood floor, feature wood burning stove and 2 sets of French doors opening directly on to a decked terrace overlooking the stream. A kitchen with a range of bespoke cupboards and drawers with solid wood work surfaces, Stoves range oven with 5 ring ceramic hob and a butler sink in front of a picture window. The kitchen is open to the breakfast room which has floor to ceiling windows giving a glorious outlook across the gardens and grounds. An elegant double aspect dining room sits between the breakfast room and the drawing room with a cast iron fireplace and doors out to the garden. There are two additional reception rooms on another floor; a fantastic sitting room with windows to front and rear as well as feature internal window overlooking the vaulted drawing room and a sitting room with a window to the front. Both of these rooms have decorative cast iron fireplaces and doors into a lovely double aspect study which enjoys exquisite views. There are four bedrooms in all, with the principal bedroom enjoying a double aspect and shower.
The property is situated along a private rural lane in the hamlet of Tidebrook betwixt the picturesque villages of Wadhurst and Mayfield. Both offer a variety of local amenities including post offices, banks, doctors surgeries and dental practices. Tunbridge Wells is about 8 miles away, for outstanding shopping facilities and amenities at the Royal Victoria Centre and boutique shops in the High Street and The Pantiles. Wadhurst and Mayfield both have excellent county primary schools and further independent prep schools.
The property is approached by a private lane and has parking for several vehicles outside. There are steps descending to the side entrance of the property and two separate terraces designed by the garden designer Jo Thompson who won Gold at Chelsea, which wrap around the back of the house. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with established shrub borders and well placed seating areas. A stream defines the rear boundary and there is a stable block with three stables and store and an adjacent paddock. In total just over 3.5 acres.
Train Services: Wadhurst Main Line Station, for fast commuter trains to London (Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street), about 1 hour.
Vaulted Drawing Room
4 Bedrooms (1 with Shower)
Stables and Log Store
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