Summary A superb 16th Century barn conversion ideally located in the desirable village of Wadhurst.
Description A superb 16th Century barn conversion ideally located in the desirable village of Wadhurst.
Fully renovated to a very high specification, this must see annex boasts spacious own entrance and large hallway with stairs leading up to the main accommodation.
Here you will find stunning open plan kitchen/living room. This area is light and spacious and offers solid oak flooring and wiring for surround sound.
The kitchen is contemporary - benefiting from underfloor heating, soft close units, LED lighting, plenty of storage, modern sink and pop up sockets including usb ports. Integrated appliances include: Miele oven and Neff induction hob, Bosch dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
There are two fantastic double bedrooms, one with modern en- suite shower room with heated towel rail, heated mirror and underfloor heating. The second bedroom has been carefully designed to reveal part of the original barn.
The stylish family bathroom offers shower over bath, heated towel rail, heated mirror and underfloor heating.
Externally there is an enclosed private south facing courtyard garden, ideal for entertaining family and friends.
Further advantages include: Double glazing, designer radiators, fibre optic broadband, LED down lighters, wooden slatted blinds and parking for two cars.
Wadhurst is a sought after village and provides fantastic train links to London and the coast, essential amenities, superb walks, renowned schools and is a short drive from Tunbridge Wells.
Regrettably no pets.
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Company application fee - £100.00 £100 including VAT
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Water consumption is based on average water usage for the predicted occupancy of the property based on the number of bedrooms.
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