Set in its own outstanding gardens and grounds of over 2.5 acres and situated in the centre of Rotherfield village within easy reach of amenities is this charming, very attractive Grade II Listed, detached house, with superb views over the churchyard, its own extensive gardens and way beyond over the Sussex countryside. The accommodation is presented in a traditional style and arranged over two generous floors plus a cellar, with period and individual features including some exposed timbers, high ceilings, attractive fireplaces, alcoves and display shelves. With a spacious and flexible floor plan, the house has three good size reception rooms. The sitting room, dining room and family room all benefit from fitted cabinetry, a kitchen/breakfast room equipped with a good range of wall and base units and work surfaces on two sides, a tiled recess with cupboards to the side, a larder cupboard and adjacent utility room, with additional storage available in the cellar. From the hall there is a door to the rear garden and door to the cloakroom with access to the cellar which has a window. To the first floor there are four good size bedrooms, including a wellproportioned principal bedroom and spacious en suite bathroom with large cupboard. There is a family bathroom, while the second bedroom also has an en suite bathroom. One of the bedrooms has a feature fireplace and also benefits from a cloakroom with WC and basin. This delightful house now provides some scope for updating and improvement.
The house is set in the centre of this popular Sussex village within easy reach of the primary school, Post Office, general store, Rotherfield Medical Centre, ancient church, pubs and just on the outskirts, Dewlands Manor Golf Course. Crowborough with its many supermarkets including Waitrose and Morrisons, a sports centre and secondary school academy is about three miles away Tunbridge Wells with its wider selection of shops and amenities is about 7 miles to the north where there are two theatres, a cinema complex, the famous Pantiles and numerous restaurants. Crowborough station at Jarvis Brook (about 1.75 miles) has services to London Bridge in about 60 minutes.
The front of the house is accessed via a pathway behind a brick wall. A sweeping gravel driveway continues around the side of the property to the rear where there is ample parking and access to the attached single garage with double doors. The drive continues to the detached period barn that is also Grade II Listed. The garden and grounds extend in total to about 2.53 acres and features an extensive lawn planted with a variety of fine trees including fir, walnut and willow. The drive continues past the barn for access to a field which is just under 2 acres.
Four double bedrooms (two en suite)
Three reception rooms
Two listed barns
Attractive period features
Views over garden and fields
Town centre location
Crowbrough station 1.75 miles