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The property is an imposing and substantial detached house believed to have been built around 1948 and enjoys attractive views over its own garden and grounds and beyond. Arranged over two floors the accommodation throughout is spacious and versatile with many points of note some of which include the following: - Front double doors open to the entrance hall with polished wood flooring and leads round to the inner hall with a cloakroom and staircase rising to the first floor. The drawing room enjoys a triple aspect outlook along with an open fireplace with a Jetmaster fire, with tall picture windows to either side, polished wood flooring and double doors open to the terrace and garden.
-The kitchen/breakfast room is well fitted and equipped with a range of floor and wall mounted units, long black granite work surfaces and a 4 oven AGA, a door opens to the adjoining garden room with double doors to the garden.
-The double aspect dining room has an arched opening to the reception hall and a wide bay window. The family room has parquet flooring and an open fireplace with stone surround and fitted cupboards and shelves either side.
-To the first floor the Principal bedroom has a dressing area with a range of wardrobe cupboards and wonderful outlooks over the garden and a very well fitted en suite shower room. There are six further bedrooms, all have fitted cupboards and are well served by a well fitted family bathroom which has a separate shower cubicle. There is an additional shower room.
The property is located just over a mile from Crowborough town centre which offers good shopping facilities including many supermarkets and a variety of individual shops. There are highly regarded schools in the area, both state and private, for children of all ages. Recreational amenities include a sports & leisure centre, golf course and tennis & squash clubs etc. There is access nearby to The Ashdown Forest with its miles of open heathland for walking and riding. The spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells for its excellent shopping facilities and amenities, The famous Pantiles, a cinema complex, theatres and numerous boutiques and restaurants is about 8 miles to the north.
From the road a 5 bar gate leads to the driveway which provides parking for several vehicles as well as access to a double garage and excellent detached games room/home office. A terrace wraps around the rear of the house and a pathway leads through the garden towards the superb walled swimming pool and the newly resurfaced tennis court. The majority of the land is laid to lawn and paddock with a large selection of mature plants, shrubs and trees. In all about 2.3 acres.
Train Services: Crowborough station at Jarvis Brook for a direct service to London Bridge in about 1 hour or Tunbridge Wells mainline
station for trains to Charing Cross and Cannon Street in about 50/55 minutes.
Principal Bedroom Suite with Dressing Area and En Suite Shower Room
6 Further Bedrooms
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