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A unique, individual and charming Grade II listed house converted from a Victorian stable block and forming part of a historic courtyard within the majestic grounds of the Bayham Estate. Arranged over two floors and providing extremely flexible and versatile accommodation, there are a wealth of features including wood burning stoves, high ceilings and exposed brickwork.
On the ground floor a large reception/dining hall has a slate tile floor and French doors which open to a lovely decked terrace with a pergola. A door opens into a further inner hall with stairs rising to the first floor, a cloakroom and a door to a double aspect drawing room with windows to the front and rear and a wood burning stove with shelving to one side. The kitchen/breakfast room is situated to the other side of the reception hall and is well fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units, has a pantry cupboard and there is a large Britannia Range cooker with tiled recess, space for appliances as well as a further wood burner and door out to a private courtyard. Adjacent to the kitchen is a useful utility room and stairs rising to a study/bedroom with exposed brickwork and sky-light windows. Completing the ground floor is a superb guest bedroom with tiled flooring and an en suite shower room which is currently used as an artist's studio and with a additional separate entrance, could be an excellent annexe or office.
On the first floor, the principal bedroom has Velux windows enjoying countryside views and a dressing room which leads into a private shower room. The additional bedroom on this floor is double aspect and has an impressive mezzanine level with eaves storage and is very well served by a well fitted family bathroom with storage cupboard.
The property is approached by a long and very impressive private driveway through the Bayham Estate, the former seat of the Marquis of Camden and passes through farmland, across a tranquil lake with magnificent banks of rhododendrons and through impressive entrance gates to the old mansion. The popular village of Lamberhurst is about 4 miles away for a good range of local shops. The spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells is about 6 miles away for more comprehensive shopping facilities with major national stores and a wide variety of individual shops. Frant main line station at Bells Yew Green is 2 miles away from the bottom of the driveway and provides trains to London in about 55 minutes.
The garden to the rear is mainly laid to lawn with a selection of mature plants, shrubs and trees and a small timber decked terrace to the rear. There is a large feature pond which was a former fire water retainer for the estate, laurel hedging to the side and log storage area.
Principal Bedroom with En Suite
Guest Bedroom/Studio with En Suite
Further Bedroom with Mezzanine level
Gardens of just under 1/2 Acre
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