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The sweeping drive approach creates a wonderful first impression of this outstanding detached family house built by renowned local builders Connors in the 1920's, responsible for many of the fine houses in the area. This substantial house has been renovated, extended and refurbished by the current owners to an exceptionally high standard to provide spacious family accommodation arranged over two floors. There are many notable features throughout the property some of which include the following:
-The spacious reception hall has a wide staircase rising to the first floor, and a feature fireplace with brick surround.
-The elegant well proportioned drawing room is a delightful room with double aspect outlook, panelled walls and an open fireplace with marble surround and hearth.
-The dining room which is a good size has a double aspect outlook and a feature arched brick surround fireplace.
- The study has attractive wide windows on three sides, and access via a trap door and stairs down to the excellent temperature controlled wine cellar with fitted wine racks.
- The superbly fitted and well equipped large kitchen/breakfast room has underfloor heating and tiled flooring, an excellent range of walnut wall and base units with cupboards and drawers under, a central island unit, long black granite work surfaces, a curved seating breakfast area and double doors to the terrace. Integrated appliances include Britannia gas 5 ring hob, AEG ovens, dishwasher, microwave and a large John Lewis fridge/freezer with wine fridge. Adjacent is the utility room and a spiral staircase leads up to the large first floor family room.
-On the first floor the dual aspect principal bedroom has a range of fitted wardrobe cupboards and a well fitted en suite bathroom with separate shower cubicle. The guest bedroom has a bay window, with attractive outlooks over the pool and tennis court, fitted wardrobe cupboards and an en suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms (two with en suite facilities) and there is a separate shower room.
The property is set in a quiet location on the edge of Ashdown Forest, off a private road, in the highly regarded Warren area of Crowborough. Nearby is Crowborough Beacon Golf Course and in the town centre, about 1 mile away, there is a good range of shops, including Waitrose, Lidl and Morrisons supermarkets, local shops and a little further on, a sports and leisure centre. Tunbridge Wells, with its more comprehensive range of shopping facilities including many major national stores and further amenities is just over 7 miles away.
The house is approached via automatic timber double gates to a long sweeping driveway to a parking area for several vehicles and continues to the double garage. The outstanding gardens include wide expanses of lawn interspersed with some fine trees and banks of flowering shrubs. On the west side there is a long terrace overlooking the superb heated swimming pool with pool pavilion and the excellent hard tennis court. In all about 1 acre. There is full planning consent number WD/2015/2402/F for a separate dwelling (about 3,400 sq ft) if required in the grounds, which would have its own entrance and would be set in about ½ acre.
Train Services: Crowborough Station at Jarvis Brook about 2 ½ miles away for a direct service to London Bridge in about 1 hour. Tunbridge Wells station for trains to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street in about 50/55 minutes. Road communications: The A21 is to the north of Tunbridge Wells for a direct route to the M25 national motorway network for routes to London. Gatwick airport is about 25 miles.
Study with Wine Cellar
5 Bedrooms (4 with En Suite Facilities)
Gas Fired Central Heating
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate