Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
This period house is believed to date from the 1700's, and then extended in more recent years. The flexible accommodation is arranged over 3 floors and there is scope for some updating and improvement. Particular points of note include: The pathway from the driveway and garden lead to the front of the house into the entrance hall with large storage cupboard and stairs rising to the first floor. The kitchen has wooden base units and a Stoves range cooker with induction hob and further space for freestanding appliances and adjacent to a breakfast room. The drawing/dining room is a large room (31ft) with exposed brickwork to one side, a fireplace, fitted shelves and French doors opening to the terrace. There is a further sitting room/study to the front which has fitted shelves and a fireplace. There are four bedrooms on the first floor, the principal bedroom has fitted wardrobes and fantastic views to the garden. There is a bathroom and separate WC. To the top floor is a further bedroom and adjacent shower room.
The property is approached through a five bar wooden gate and the driveway and car port provide parking for several cars. The house stands back from the road overlooking its own delightful garden on the edge of Crowborough, near Boars Head Golf Course and Crowborough Rugby Club. Crowborough’s town centre is about one and a half miles for a good range of shops including Morrisons, Waitrose and Lidl Supermarkets, a sports and leisure centre, schools and on the south side of town Crowborough Beacon Golf Course. Tunbridge Wells is about six miles to the north for a more comprehensive range of shopping facilities and amenities including many major national stores, cinema complex, theatres and numerous restaurants etc.
By the house there is a paved terrace which wraps around the house and steps lead to the lawn which has well established flower and vegetable beds, hedging or fencing around the perimeter with further storage sheds and outbuilding.
Train Services: Crowborough station at Jarvis Brook for trains to London Bridge in about one hour.
Road Communications: The A21 is to the north of Tunbridge Wells for a direct route to the M25 national
2 Bath/Shower Rooms
Driveway and Garage
In all About 0.4 Acres
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