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Greenman Farm is a fine, former farmhouse which dates from the 1500's, is Grade II Listed, set on the outskirts of Wadhurst and under 1 mile from the main line station for trains to London. The house has a spacious interior and is arranged over three floors, providing excellent flexible, family accommodation with scope for updating and some improvement.
Throughout the house there are numerous period features including many rooms with exposed timbers and beams, but with good ceiling heights, oak doors, an inglenook fireplace in the sitting room and further fireplace with an arched window in the dining room.
From the inner hall there are steps down to the cellar and also a door to the farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room has worktops with a range of cupboards and drawers below, a gas 5 ring hob, an oven and grill, dishwasher and a studded door opening to the terrace.
The principal bedroom has outstanding outlooks over the garden and beyond with fitted wardrobes and secondary staircase to the reception hall/study. There are three further bedrooms on this floor and a family bathroom with separate shower cubicle.
On the top floor there are two further bedrooms with impressive vaulted and beamed ceilings and they share a shower room.
The property is situated about 2 ¼ miles from Wadhurst village, where there are excellent local shops, a supermarket, banks, post office, restaurants, pubs, primary school and secondary school. Tunbridge Wells is just over six miles for a more comprehensive range of shops, major stores and schools including grammars for girls and boys, independent and state schools. Recreational amenities include a cinema complex, theatres, numerous restaurants, golf courses and a sports and leisure centre. Bewl water for water sports, fishing and sailing is about 7 miles away.
The house is approached by timber automated gates to a large courtyard driveway with parking for several vehicles and access to the outbuilding with home office/study. The drive continues to the further 3 large barns. There is a separate annexe formerly the milking parlour and now comprises, a bedroom, shower room, sitting room and kitchen area. The superb gardens and grounds provide a beautiful setting for the house with a wide south facing terrace by the house leading to a sweeping lawn with well stocked shrub beds and borders. The garden slopes down to productive vegetable and soft fruit beds, with fields beyond. In all about 27 acres.
Train Services to London about 1 hour (London Bridge, Cannon Street, Waterloo East and Charing Cross) from nearby Wadhurst station or Tunbridge Wells station (approximately 55 minutes). Road Communications: Direct access to M25 and national motorway network via the A21 to the north of Tunbridge Wells.
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