Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
Set off a private lane on the village outskirts, the house has been extensively renovated, completely rewired and given a new roof, new gas central heating throughout and air conditioning to the master bedroom and kitchen. Throughout this spacious, beautifully presented property there are many outstanding features, some of which include the following:-
• The spacious entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and doors to the rear terrace gives an excellent first impression. Either side are the well proportioned, delightful reception rooms, both with outlooks to the front and rear, good ceiling heights with exposed beams and in the sitting room an Inglenook with a wood burning stove. From this room there is a door to the adjoining study which is a good size and could equally be a family room.
• The large open plan kitchen/breakfast room with family area, is outstanding. It is exceptionally well fitted and equipped with an extensive range of bespoke units by Burnhill Kitchens of Tonbridge, blending duck egg blue and natural wood with attractive granite work surfaces and a variety of premium Neff appliances. There is attractive Karndean flooring and two pairs of wide bifold door to the south facing terrace. Adjoining are the cloakroom and utility room.
• On the first floor there is a wonderful principal bedroom suite, the bedroom with a double height vaulted ceiling and outlooks on three sides, a beautifully fitted shower room and an excellent dressing room with a range of wardrobe cupboards. The further three bedrooms share a well fitted bathroom.
Approached from a quiet private lane, the property is set on the edge of Lamberhurst Down, a hamlet with two pubs, which is on the outskirts of Lamberhurst, a popular village with good local shops, a primary school, Lamberhurst Golf Club and the National Trust Scotney Castle with its wonderful gardens around the 14th century moated castle. Tunbridge Wells (about 7 ½ miles) has an excellent range of shopping facilities including many major national stores and recreational amenities such as two theatres, a cinema complex, a sports centre and numerous restaurants. There are main line stations at Wadhurst and Bells Yew Green (Frant Station) for commuter trains to London. The A21 (about ¼ mile) provides a direct route to the M25 national motorway network. There is a wide choice of schools in the area for children of all ages including Grammar, state, primary and private schools.
To the front of the house there is a wide driveway with parking for four cars, leading up to a double, barn-style garage with exposed beams which was rebuilt in 2014 with double doors to a workshop. The gardens are mainly to the rear on the south side of the house and are very attractively laid out with a long paved terrace by the house with rose borders and steps down to sweeping lawns. The lawns are interspersed by well stocked flowering shrub beds and low manicured hedges. The garden is well screened on all sides by mature trees, shrubs and hedging and in total is over a third of an acre.
Lamberhurst village – ¾ mile; Tunbridge Wells – 7 ½ miles; Frant Station – 4 ½ miles (London Bridge, Charing Cross, Canon Street about 60 minutes); Bewl Water – 1 ½ miles; Wadhurst – 4 miles; Central London – 45 miles; Gatwick Airport – 31 miles; Hastings and South Coast – 20 miles. (All distances are approximate)
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