This is a very attractive period house in a delightful garden setting amidst the Sussex countryside. The house is very traditional in style with its stone and tile hung elevations and internally has spacious family accommodation with many original period features some of which include the following:- -A spacious entrance hall with brick flooring leading to all the reception rooms, a cellar, cloakroom, utility room and staircase rising to the first floor. -The large kitchen/breakfast room with family area has an extensive range of cupboards and drawers arranged in an L shape, long granite work surfaces and a good range of appliances. This opens into a delightful family area with a feature well and door to the terrace. -There is a fine sitting room, a well-proportioned room with outlooks over the garden, an inglenook fireplace with bressumer and brick surround, French doors to the terrace and garden. Adjoining is the delightful dining room also with outlooks over the garden. -To the first floor the spacious landing leads to the principal bedroom which enjoys a double aspect and has fitted wardrobe cupboards and a well fitted en suite shower room. -There are three further good size bedrooms all with fitted wardrobe cupboards, one with an en suite shower room and there is also a well fitted family bathroom.
The property is set back from a country lane in rural surroundings in a triangle, between the villages of Hartfield, Holtye and Cowden. East Grinstead and Tunbridge Wells, both provide comprehensive shopping facilities. Recreational amenities in the area include a number of well-known golf courses nearby, Ashdown Forest with its miles of open heathland, walks and bridle paths, Lingfield Park Racecourse, and in Tunbridge Wells a multi-screen cinema complex, two theatres and numerous restaurants, with similar facilities in East Grinstead. There is a wide selection of schools in the area for children of all ages. The M23 at Junction 10 is about 11 miles away, providing routes to Gatwick Airport, the M25, London Airport and to London.
At the front of the house in addition to the garage and workshop there is parking for several cars. The main garden is beautifully laid out and includes a paved terrace which wraps around the house, there are herbaceous and shrub borders, and a tennis court (in need of repair). There are wide expanses of lawn and all is well screened by mature trees and shrubs. On the edge of the garden there is a small stable block. In all about 1.05 acres.
Mileages Cowden Station – 3.2 miles (For London Bridge 53 minutes); East Grinstead – 7.6 miles (For London Victoria 56 minutes); Tunbridge Wells – 10 miles (For Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street about 50/55 minutes); Gatwick Airport – 16.4 miles; Central London -36.4 miles (All distances and times are approximate)
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