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Originally part of the historic Eridge Park Estates, the family seat of the Earls of Abergavenny, this fine double fronted former farmhouse displays the family coats of arms on the walls. The spacious interior provides excellent family accommodation over the three floors, is well presented throughout but with some scope for some improvement. Particular points of note include the following. From the entrance hall double doors open to the inner hall where there is a wood-burner and could serve as a further study if required. The sitting room is a delightful large room with its fine Inglenook fireplace, windows to the front, high level window and original front door. The dining room has outlooks on two sides and is also open to the inner hall. The kitchen has an extensive range of cupboards and drawers with work surfaces on three sides and adjoining is the breakfast room with double doors to the rear garden. In the study there is a good range of fitted bookshelves. The principal bedroomsuite is excellent with its dressing room and bathroom. The further bedrooms, one being on the top floor, are served by the family bathroom. There are attractive outlooks to front and rear and particularly from the upper floors.
Set on the edge of this popular village about 1/3rd mile from the High Street where there are a local general store/post office, tea room, antiques shops, doctor’s surgery, chemist, pubs and church. Also nearby (about ¼ mile) is the primary school, whilst on the opposite side of the village Dewlands Manor Golf Course. Crowborough is about three miles away for an excellent range of shops including many supermarkets, a sports and leisure centre, Beacon Academy for girls and boys and Crowborough station for trains to London Bridge (about 1 hour). Tunbridge Wells is about 7 miles to the north for comprehensive shopping facilities and wide variety of recreational amenities. The A26 from Crowborough joins A21 north of Tunbridge Wells for a direct route to the M25 national motorway network.
The house is approached from the lane via a farm lane through twin five bar gates to a parking and turning area to the front of the detached double garage which has an up & over door, light and power connected. The gardens surrounding the house provide a very attractive private setting and are mainly laid to sweeping lawns interspersed by flowering shrub borders and trees. There is a central covered BBQ area and a terrace by the house. On the opposite side of the farm lane is a productive vegetable garden. In all over ½ acre. N.B. Adjoining the garden is a field of about 6.77 acres which could be made available by separate negotiation.
Entrance Hall and Inner Hall
Cloakroom. Principal Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom and Dressing Room
Four Further Bedrooms
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