Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
This spacious detached period house has recently been extended and renovated to provide excellent family accommodation that is well arranged and beautifully presented throughout. Points of particular note include the following:
The fine vaulted glazed entrance hall with flagstone flooring connects the oldest part of the house with a former barn creating an outstanding first impression. An inner hall leads through to the elegant sitting room which has exposed beams and timbers, polished wood flooring and a wide inglenook fire place with a wood burning stove on a flagstone hearth.
A recently fitted and equipped contemporary kitchen/ breakfast room has an extensive range of cupboards and drawers, long Corian work tops, flagstone flooring and an excellent range of integrated appliances. The delightful adjacent Peter Edmondson Conservatory has a triple aspect to the garden and double doors to the terrace. Adjacent is the utility room with plumbing space for additional appliances, a Belfast sink and a stable door to outside.
The vaulted family room has bi-fold doors which open onto the garden. There is also a ground floor guest bedroom suite with an extremely well fitted en suite shower room.
Four individual character bedrooms on the first floor, includes a delightful principal bedroom suite with a wide bay window with outlooks over the garden, fitted cupboards and unique decoratively carved oak panel door neatly concealing a well appointed en suite shower room. The remaining bedrooms are all very well served by a family bathroom.
The house occupies a superb semi-rural location, in attractive gardens on the edge of Cousley Wood about 2.2 miles from Wadhurst. A nearby footpath leads to Bewl Water where there are delightful waterside walks as well as fishing, sailing and nature reserves. Wadhurst has an excellent range of shops, bank, schools and pubs whilst Tunbridge Wells provides outstanding shopping facilities. The area is well served for educational facilities for boys and girls of all ages.
Timber gates from the lane lead into a gravel driveway with parking and turning space in front of a two bay open car port and leading on to the stable area.
The house enjoys an attractive setting within established gardens which lie mainly to the rear and extend to about 0.65 acres, with a wide expanse of lawn, specimen trees, high mixed hedging to the boundaries and adjoining fields beyond, providing a good level of privacy.
Further features include a bespoke archway supporting several varieties of apple tree, a Breeze House with seating and a table and a gravel boules court edged with box hedging. A wide decked terrace spans the rear of the house, accessed from the conservatory and the utility room, providing a lovely outside entertaining area.
To the west of the garden area is a turn out paddock, conveniently - placed in front of a timber stable block, comprising two loose boxes and a tack room, with a detached barn to the side.
Further grazing is provided by level paddocks (0.84 acres and 4.7 acres) located on the opposite side of the lane, to the south of the house, both are water connected and are enclosed by high fencing.
Wadhurst Station – 2.3miles (London Bridge from 54 minutes) ; Wadhurst village – 2.2 Miles; Tunbridge Wells – 6.1 miles (London Bridge from 44 minutes); Gatwick Airport – 40.7 miles; Central London –50.9 miles. (All distances and times are approximate).
Principal Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
4 Further Bedrooms
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