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Wyatts is a superb example of a Georgian property built circa 1795 for the rector, Mr Brock, and is listed in Hasted’s historical survey of Kent as being “a parsonage house near the church, in a handsome style after a design by Mr Wyatt”. James Wyatt was a contemporary of Robert Adam and the house is built in his neo-classical design and style. James Wyatt is renowned for many famous buildings including Sheffield Park in West Sussex, The Radcliffe Observatory in Oxford, Heaton Hall in Lancashire and Fonthill Abbey in Wiltshire, to name a few, he also extensively remodelled Windsor Castle for George III. This outstanding house retains many period features including a superb full height Regency Bay on the rear of the property, open fireplaces, ceiling roses, deep skirting boards, window shutters, plaster friezes and ornate cornicing. Wyatts has been the subject of a careful restoration programme by the current owner and now provides well arranged, spacious family accommodation. Points of particular note include:-
• The elegant Drawing Room with its distinctive curved Regency Bay with original shutters, original fire surround, open fireplace and ornate plaster frieze and egg and dart cornicing.
• An impressive full height arched doorway leads to the Dining Room, formerly the Library, which is double aspect and enjoys delightful outlooks over the garden. There is an attractive fireplace with slate hearth and original window shutters.
• The Kitchen/Breakfast Room is extremely well fitted with a range of wall and base units including a tall larder unit and extensive beautiful blue pearl granite work surfaces. Integral appliances include a Neff double oven and grill, an AEG induction hob, Neff fridge/freezer and Bosch dishwasher. In addition there is an attractive matching dresser unit with glazed display cabinet and an ornate feature period fireplace.
• The Principal Bedroom is double aspect and directly opposite is a luxuriously fitted bathroom with freestanding bath, separate shower, Heritage style twin pedestal wash basins and a original Georgian style fireplace.
• The lower ground floor is comprised of a series of five generously proportioned rooms, one being the former kitchen with its original bread oven. This whole area offers enormous potential for further development, subject to the necessary consents, and could be converted into a cinema room or even self-contained accommodation as it has its own independent entrance.
Wyatts is within walking distance of the centre of this much sought after village which has an active local community with its well ranked primary school, excellent gastro pub “The Kentish Hare”, historic 11th century church and nearby community hall. There is a garage and small shop in the village as well as a tennis court, bowls green and two recreation areas. The main towns of Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells are about 3 and 5 miles away respectively and provide comprehensive shopping facilities, schools and recreational amenities.
Train Services: Tonbridge mainline station (about 2 ½ miles) for Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street about 40 minutes.
Road Communications: The A21 for a direct route to the M25 national motorway network, London Gatwick and London Heathrow.
A five bar wooden gate leads to an extensive gravelled driveway with parking for several vehicles. The delightful west facing rear garden is very well stocked with a variety of shrubs and trees including an ancient yew. There is a wide paved terrace and additionally there is a raised seating area to one side which captures the evening sun. There is a very useful garden irrigation scheme to part of the garden. In all just under 1/3rd of an acre.
3 Fine Receptions Rooms
3 Bath/Shower Rooms
Extensive Lower Ground Floor
Far Reaching Views
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