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This is one of our Country Houses
This outstanding former period farmhouse dates from the 17th Century and is Grade II listed. The interior clearly demonstrates the period and character of the house with numerous exposed beams and two fine large inglenooks. Throughout the house there are many notable features some of which include the following:-
-There is a delightful drawing room with large inglenook fireplace with bressumer and canopy, the attractive outlooks are on two sides and the beamed ceiling is a good height.
.The dining room is a beautiful room with its beams and impressive inglenook fireplace with bressumer and canopy.
-The L shaped kitchen/breakfast room is exceptionally well fitted and equipped with an excellent range of cupboards and drawers with long oak work tops with cupboards above, an oil fired AGA, gas hob, electric oven, inset sink and tiled flooring. There is a panelled ceiling, a door to the terrace and views to the south. The utility room is well fitted and contains the oil fired boiler and has a door to outside.
-There are two further reception rooms one used as a study and the other a snug/family room.
-On the first floor the delightful principal bedroom has an en suite bathroom and a dressing area with wardrobe cupboards. There is a further double bedroom and a family bathroom.
- On the top floor there are three bedrooms, two interconnecting. A Suffolk latch oak door and exhibited collared Queen post.
The house is approached via a country lane and is set 300 yards down an ancient byway with a five bar gate leading to the entrance drive. Standing on high ground the house enjoys wonderful views over the surrounding Sussex countryside. Tunbridge Wells for comprehensive shopping facilities and amenities is about 5 miles away and Crowborough with a good range of shops and supermarkets is about 5 1/2 miles . Recreational amenities in the area include fishing, sailing and water sports at Bewl Water, golf at a number of courses including Boars Head, Dewlands Manor and the Nevill. There is also an excellent choice of schools in the area including primary schools, preparatory schools, grammar and independent schools.
The beautiful gardens and grounds with its sweeping lawns, spacious terraces enjoying the views, flower and shrub borders along with its wholly rural surroundings provides an idyllic setting for the house. At the side the lawn slopes gently away and leads to the hard tennis court with a delightful large pond beyond. The entrance drive terminates in a wide parking and turning area with access to the period barn currently used for garaging, able to take a number of vehicles. Nearby is a further outbuilding. In all about 2 acres.
Train Services. Eridge station about 3 miles for London Bridge in about 1 hour or Tunbridge Wells for Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street 50/55 minutes.
Principal Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom
4 Further Bedrooms
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