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This detached family house which dates from the 1930's is in an excellent, elevated position on the village edge with views of the surrounding East Sussex countryside and has direct access to The Powdermill Nature Reserve which is a haven for wildlife. Points of particular note include the following: A glazed arched entrance porch opens into the main entrance hallway with wooden flooring and stairs rising to the first floor. There is a study to the front of the house which has lovely outlooks of the garden. The sitting room has a wide bay window and wood burning stove. The adjacent family room, currently used as a playroom has a brick surround open fireplace. The well fitted and equipped kitchen/breakfast room plus the dining area includes an island breakfast unit with solid wood top with cupboards underneath, a range of wall and base units with long black granite work surfaces and integrated appliances including a 5 ring gas hob and double oven, there are part glazed double doors to the outside. The utility room has a butler sink, a door to the garden and door to the cloakroom. On the first floor the delightful principal bedroom enjoys far reaching views and has a well fitted en suite bathroom with separate shower cubicle. The remaining three bedrooms are all well served by a family bathroom.
The property is on the southern edge of this popular village, which has a general store/post office, antique shops, pubs, churches, primary school and Dewlands Manor Golf Course. Crowborough is about 3.5 miles away, where there is a good range of shopping facilities, plus a sports and leisure centre. Tunbridge Wells is about 7 miles for further more comprehensive shopping facilities and amenities.
The house is approached via timber automated gates to a long tarmac driveway and parking areas for several vehicles. The garden includes a delightful paved terrace with views with a wide lawn terrace to the side with surrounding fencing. From here a large further lawn slopes away with mature trees to either side. There is a lawn by the house where there are also many trees and shrubs on the outer boundary. In all about 0.7 acres.
Train Services Crowborough station at Jarvis Brook for trains to London Bridge in about one hour.
Tunbridge Wells and Wadhurst stations for trains to London (Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street), about 50/60 minutes.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Dining Area
Principal Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom
3 Further Bedrooms
Gas Fired Central Heating
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate