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Believed to date back to the mid 1500’s, this stunning Grade II Listed house offers a unique opportunity for family living in historic surroundings. Sympathetically decorated throughout, the property benefits from recent works to the roof and solar panels installed on the land by the current owners. Handsome original dark wood beams and high ceilings add a great deal of character, as do imposing inglenook fireplaces in both the sitting room and separate formal dining room. The substantial open plan kitchen/breakfast room is an excellent space with double doors to the patio and planning permission to extend further. The kitchen features a range of attractive units, a large Franke butler sink and range cooker with 5-ring hob. A door leads from the kitchen to a large rear hall with staircase to the first floor and direct access to a veranda overlooking the garden. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a good size study, a utility room and cloakroom. Five spacious and characterful, double bedrooms open from a wide central landing on the first floor, with a separate WC off. The principal bedroom has a double aspect outlook and en suite shower room. A second bedroom benefits from an en suite bathroom and a further bedroom has a shower cubicle, the family bathroom has a traditional roll top bath, a pedestal basin and unique WC. There is planning permission, for a single storey rear extension to form enlarged kitchen/breakfast room and to relocate ground floor WC. WD/2019/113/F.
This detached property is set back from the A267 which offers excellent transport links despite the semi-rural location. There are several small villages nearby and picturesque Mayfield is within 3.5 miles, with its schools, pubs and shops catering for everyday needs. At Tunbridge wells, about 12 miles away, there is a wider range of shopping facilities, numerous restaurants, excellent schools and recreational amenities also to be found at Crowborough and Horsted (East Sussex National Golf Course). The South Coast at Eastbourne is about 19 miles.
Set well back and screened from the road surrounded by hedges, this detached house is accessed via a short driveway, to which the neighbouring Coles Hall Barns have right of access. A private drive with room for several cars leads to the house. There is additional parking in a detached double garage, whilst a sizeable barn and separate store adjoining the property offer excellent space for storage. The frontage is incredibly impressive, retaining the quirky windows and chimneys of the Tudor period, and neatly manicured gardens wrap around the property with a paved terrace at the rear of the house and beyond a fine decking terrace overlooking the attractive pond all ideal for al fresco dining. The grounds extend to just under 5 acres with far-reaching countryside views to the South Downs and further benefit from a separate paddock, together with formal gardens a wide range of trees, shrubs and flowering plants, a paddock and pond with ducks and moorhens.
Five Double Bedrooms
Three Bath/Shower Rooms (Two En Suite)
Three Reception Rooms
Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Planning Permission To Extend Granted
4 KW Solar Panels
Gardens And Paddock Extending To Just Under 5 Acres
No Onward Chain
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate