4 bed detached house to rent Newick Lane, Mayfield, East Sussex TN20
Points of interest
- Mayfield Church of England Primary School0.7 miles
- Mayfield School0.7 miles
- Crowborough3.6 miles
- Stonegate4.9 miles
These distances are calculated in a straight line. The actual route and distance may vary.
Features and description
- Zero Deposit Option Available
- Close To Village Centre
- Newly Refurbished
- Off-Street Parking
- Backing on to Fields
- External Storage Buildings
- Far Reaching Views
- Large Kitchen / Living Area
- WiFi & Satellite TV Ready
Four double bedrooms (2 en suite), 3 principal reception rooms plus conservatory and utility. Garden backing on to fields, ample parking for 6 cars and outside storage buildings.
The house has been completely refurbished to a very high standard with all internal facilities, fixtures, fittings and installations being brand new in November 2017
Mayfield in East Sussex is a large village in north-east Sussex, 9 miles south of Tunbridge Wells off the A267. It has a beautiful high street with raised red brick pavements. The village sign shows the figure of a young woman and children in a flower covered meadow, illustrating the Saxon origin of the village name, Maghefeld, or Maid-s Field.
Mayfield is famous for the legend of St Dunstan. The saint, formerly a blacksmith was working at his forge when the Devil paid him a visit, disguised as a beautiful woman, with a view to leading him astray. However St Dunstan spotted the cloven hooves beneath the dress, and grabbed the devil-s nose with his red hot pincers! Thus foiling Satan-s evil intentions. According to another legend, Satan returned again as a weary traveller in need of a horseshoe, Dunstan saw through the disguise once again and beat the Devil until he pleaded for mercy, and swore never to enter any house with a horseshoe above the door.
The High Street in Mayfield in East Sussex is a beautiful example of the East Sussex Iron wealth, with many Black and White houses and a nice range of shops including hairdressers, butchers, bakers, fine wine shop, grocers, flower shop, ironmongers, general stores with post office counter, 2 pubs one of which is the excellent Middle House with it-s well known restaurant.
The nearest small shopping centre is Heathfield about 4 miles to the south, with the nearest large town Tunbridge Wells about 8 miles north. The Heathfield to Tunbridge Wells bus service passes through the village.
The nearest trains are at Wadhurst about 5 miles north east, providing a 1 hour journey to London, with a service every 30 minutes.
The village has the well-respected private Catholic girl-s school, St Leonards and a C of E primary school.
Sorry No, Students or Pets.
Energy efficiency rating: 64 – band D
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