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Sharnden Manor dates from the late 1800's and early 1900's. In the 1950's this fine mansion was divided, creating three impressive individual houses. The property provides excellent flexible spacious accommodation with scope to extend or reconfigure (subject to the necessary consents).
Arranged over three floors some notable features include the following: A glazed entrance porch leads to the reception hall with ample storage cupboards, cloakroom and access to the reception rooms. The drawing room has a superb tall bay window with views over the garden, a further window to the side and a Efel wood burning stove with tile, marble and wood surround. The dining room is a well-proportioned room with attractive windows and parquet flooring and leads to a well fitted study with fitted shelves and French door opening onto the terrace. The kitchen has tiled work surfaces, a range of cupboards and drawers, two larder cupboards and a serving hatch to the dining room.
The spacious principal bedroom has a range of fitted wardrobes and wide bay window to the front. There are two further good size bedrooms on this floor and two bathrooms. There is a further bedroom on the top floor with access to loft storage and fitted wardrobe cupboards.
The house is set in beautiful gardens and grounds in rural surroundings to the north of Mayfield and enjoys some magnificent far reaching southerly views over the Sussex countryside. The picturesque village of Mayfield is about 1 ½ miles away with an excellent range of local shops, post office, pubs etc. Tunbridge Wells is about 7 ½ miles for comprehensive shopping facilities and recreational amenities. There is a wide selection of private and state schools in the area for children of all ages.
Sharnden Manor is approached by a sweeping shared drive to the front which continues to a garage block at the side where there is access to a double garage, workshop and opposite there is a further brick outbuilding. The gardens and grounds provide an outstanding setting for the house with its large terrace to the rear, and an impressive long and sweeping lawn with wide stone steps leading down to the lake. Throughout the gardens there are herbaceous borders, shrubberies, many mature trees and banks of Rhododendrons and Azaleas. To the side the lawn leads down to the side of the lake.
Glazed Entrance Porch
Electric Storage Heating
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