Station Road, Stonegate, Wadhurst, East Sussex, TN5 7EP | Property for sale | Savills
393.72 sq m
Guide price £2,750,000(165,843,483 EGP)

Station RoadStonegate, Wadhurst, East Sussex, TN5 7EP


    Key features

    • Impressive family home blending character and contemporary style in this semi-rural setting on the edge of Stonegate village
    • Within approximately 0.6 miles of Stonegate Railway Station, providing services to London Bridge from 60 minutes and Charing Cross from 69 minutes
    • Expansive well-appointed kitchen/family room with vaulted ceilings and stunning far-reaching views
    • Adaptable and generously proportioned accommodation throughout
    • Established and much loved gardens and grounds extending to about 5.86 acres with a heating swimming pool and all-weather tennis court, two paddocks, ponds and woodland

    A substantial and well-presented family home enjoying a fine outlook with a heated swimming pool and tennis court set in about 5.86 acres on the edge of Stonegate village.

    About this property

    • Situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offering well-balanced accommodation arranged over three floors, Linkhurst is a generous family home that has been updated and extended to create sociable and free-flowing accommodation.

      The property dates back to the early 1900's and displays a collection of charming period features typical of this era, with later additions in 2015, converting the former stable and hay barn into a stylish, open-plan kitchen/family room with vaulted ceilings and bespoke details throughout, including curved oak steps lowering to the dining area, and a striking picture window surrounded by oak cladding framing the impressive far-reaching views. Steps rise from the dining area into the former hay loft, which now serves as a flexible space that can be arranged to suit.

      The contemporary kitchen is fitted with Neptune shaker-style units painted in 'Alpine' and topped with honed granite worksurfaces, together with a useful pantry, providing an abundance of storage and preparation space. Large glazed doors open to the terrace, with slate tiles creating a seamless flow between the indoor and outdoor living areas.

      Benefitting from two bay windows providing an abundance of light, the well-proportioned drawing room is fitted with a charming open fire, with the cosy snug and study benefitting from wood-burning stoves and bespoke cabinetry. The studio/games room has much potential and can be accessed from both inside the house, and via an external door from the driveway, making it an ideal space for an annexe, subject to all necessary consents and permissions. The inner hallway leads to a large and practical boot room, which adjoins the sizeable utility room.

      Found on the first floor, the principal bedroom is of particular note, enjoying fitted wardrobes and a well-appointed en suite bathroom, with a walk-in shower and a contemporary free-standing bath, strategically placed to make the most of the wonderful view. There are two further double bedrooms, served by the well-appointed family bathroom. The remaining three bedrooms are situated on the second floor, together with a family shower room and two useful storage cupboards.

      The much-loved gardens and grounds extend to 5.86 acres, comprising a formal garden with a wide-spanning terrace, heated swimming pool, and a well-maintained tennis court, leading onto two paddocks, an area of woodland and two ponds. Well-stocked borders and flower beds provide an array of colour throughout the year. There is a vegetable garden with raised beds, together with a large greenhouse, fruit cage and three apple trees.

      The property is approached via an electric gate opening to the gravelled driveway, which provides parking for up to six vehicles. The driveway continues along the side of the house, giving access to the garage, garden store and studio/games room.

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    For me, everything makes sense here as soon as you walk into the kitchen and the house becomes super special.

    Robert JacobsProperty agent

    Local information

    • Linkhurst is situated in this semi-rural position on the edge of Stonegate village in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Stonegate village has a thriving community and is well-known for its local amateur dramatic society. There is a well-regarded primary school and pre-school, St Peter's church, recreation ground, and an extensive network of footpaths in the vicinity. There is a village hall that hosts a range of classes and 'pop-up pubs' throughout the year. Lakedown brewery and taproom is reached within 3.9 miles and is an independent brewery producing a range of traditional and modern style beers with a charming taproom serving their products.
    • The pretty village of Wadhurst (approximately 2 miles) offers a wide selection of shops, including a butcher, delicatessen, bank, hardware store, cafes, supermarkets and a petrol station, whilst the picturesque village of Ticehurst (2.8 miles) is popular with families and enjoys a thriving local community with activities to suit all ages from the Village Hall and Club, Dale Hill Golf Course, Scout group, Gardeners' Association, Womens' Institute and recreation ground. More comprehensive amenities can be found in Tunbridge Wells (9.5 miles).
    • Mainline rail: Stonegate (1.6 miles), Wadhurst (3.5 miles) and Tunbridge Wells (9.5 miles) with regular services to London Charing Cross and Cannon Street (via Waterloo East and London Bridge) from 50 minutes (Tunbridge Wells to Charing Cross).
    • State and private schools: Preparatory schools in Stonegate (Bricklehurst Manor), Hawkhurst (Marlborough House and St Ronan's), Tunbridge Wells (The Mead) and Langton Green (Holmewood House), Uplands Community College in Wadhurst, independent senior schools in Benenden, Mayfield, Eastbourne, Tonbridge and Sevenoaks.
    • Communications: The A21 provides links to the M25 and thereby to the other motorway networks, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports and the Channel Tunnel rail terminal.

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil central heating. The swimming pool is heated by an air source heat pump. Solar panels also provide hot water and heating for a section of the property.
    • Outgoings: Rother District Council.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G