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Buckhurst Farm is a fine, period country house, possibly dating from the early 1800s with a later addition in keeping with the original. The spacious interior provides excellent family accommodation, with a number of the rooms enjoying far reaching views, and incorporates some noteable features. The drawing room is elegant and well-proportioned with a wide bay window enjoying the views and an open fireplace with carved surround and display shelves to one side. The sitting room is equally well-proportioned and also with an open fireplace and a door to the dining room that has dado panelling, a corner fireplace and French doors to a loggia. The kitchen/breakfast room is a good size and fitted with work surfaces with units above and below, oven, hob and extractor and there is a very useful pantry. On the first floor, the rooms really benefit from the views. The principal bedroom has a large en suite bathroom and the three further bedrooms on this floor are all doubles and share a family bathroom.
Buckhurst Farm is set in beautiful surroundings in Markbeech, approximately equidistant from Tunbridge Wells and East Grinstead, in a triangle formed by the highly regarded Kent villages of Hever, Chiddingstone and Cowden. Tunbridge Wells, with its comprehensive range of shopping facilities and amenities, is approximately nine miles away. East Grinstead is about eight miles for further shopping facilities and Edenbridge about four miles for a main line railway station. In the area, there is a wide selection of schools for children of all ages.
The gardens and grounds provide a most attractive setting for the house and include a wide gravelled drive leading to the double garage with adjoining store. The gardens are mainly wide sweeping lawns, rose and shrub beds and an attractive large natural pond. Those adjoining the paddocks are separated by original whitened iron fencing. The excellent stable yard has a separate entrance and comprises four stables in an 'L' shape with a five-bay open store, barn with adjoining outbuilding, further outbuildings and, in the paddock a field shelter - in all approximately 10.5 acres.
Train Services: Stations at Cowden or Hever (for London Bridge in approximately 50 minutes.), Tunbridge Wells and East Grinstead for Charing Cross, Cannon Street or Victoria.
Road Communications: The M25 is to the north with access via the A22 or the A21. There is easy access to Gatwick, Heathrow and the Channel Tunnel.
3 Reception Rooms
2 Bathrooms (1 Ensuite)
Oil Fired Central Heating
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