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Enjoying delightful outlooks over the adjoining Millennium fields The Manor House is believed to date from 16th Century with further additions in the 17th Century. The substantial accommodation is arranged over three generous floors and has many period features including exposed timbers, beams and panelling, high ceilings, attractive fireplaces and leaded light windows. The ground floor has elegant well-proportioned reception rooms, enjoying views of the gardens and beyond. The drawing room features a fine inglenook fireplace and opens to the study/play room with French doors opening onto the delightful courtyard. The sitting room has a further fireplace and fitted shelves. The impressive dining room has part wood panelling to the walls and oak flooring and is currently used as a games room with fitted cupboards and a door to the garden. The extremely well fitted and equipped kitchen/breakfast room has a good range of wood cupboards and drawers and long black granite work surfaces, an Efel wood burning stove and ample space for dining table and chairs. There is an adjacent utility room with further cupboards, plumbing and space for appliances. There are two cloakrooms and a utility room. To the first floor there are three good size bedrooms, one a beautifully panelled room with an attractive fireplace and views presently used as a study. The excellent principal bedroom has a feature fireplace and an en suite bathroom. There is a family bathroom with separate WC. There are two further bedrooms on the second floor and there is an attic room.
The house is set close 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 and sports centre is about 3 miles away and Tunbridge Wells with its wider selection of shops and amenities is about 7 miles. Train Services: Crowborough station at Jarvis Brook (about 1.75 miles) for London Bridge in about 60 minutes.
The entrance to the front of the house is accessed via an archway next to the Kings Arms public house and a gravel path leads to the front door. The rear garden is west facing and comprises a gravel pathway which wraps around the house and through to a delightful brick paved courtyard. The garden is very well established with lawn, herbaceous borders, evergreen hedging, part walled, a potting shed and a gate with access to the adjoining Millennium fields.
Principal Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom
4 Further Bedrooms
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