Rear Elevation
288.84 sq m
Guide price £1,050,000(€1,190,358)

Bletchinglye LaneRotherfield, Crowborough, East Sussex, TN6 3NN

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Spacious family house in a tucked away semi-rural location
  • Long private driveway
  • Gardens of about 1.29 acres
  • Lodge and studio
  • Double garage
  • 7.1 miles Tunbridge Wells

A spacious and stylish character house tucked away in a semi-rural position at the end of a long private driveway and set in 1.29 acres.

About this property

  • The Lane House is a beautifully-presented detached family house enjoying a delightful tucked-away position within mature grounds at the end of a long private drive, shared with just one other property.

    The light and spacious accommodation comprises a recently completed open plan kitchen/breakfast/dining room, designed to make the most of the lovely setting, three reception rooms, a study and six well-proportioned bedrooms.

    The generously-proportioned and adaptable living space has good ceiling heights, contemporary fixtures and fittings, newly-installed carpets and under floor heating. The property has Karndean flooring in the kitchen/breakfast/dining room.

    The character features in the oldest part, which is believed to date back to the 1800s, include some aged beams, timbers and pretty fireplaces.

    The dual-aspect sitting room opens out to the garden and there is a good-sized study to the front. The striking newly-installed kitchen/breakfast room has large bi-fold doors which lead out to the garden and is open plan to a 26' x 14'5” dining room, creating superb family space which links through to the family room.

    The kitchen is fitted with Neff appliances including twin electric ovens, a large ceramic hob, a dishwasher and a Bosch American-style fridge/freezer and there is a separate fitted utility room with a cloakroom off.

    The master bedroom includes an en suite shower room and there are a further five double bedrooms, all enjoying an attractive outlook. Two well-appointed bathrooms complete the accommodation.

    Gardens and grounds:
    The gardens are a superb environment for children and animals, extending to about 1.29 acres to the rear of the house with lawns, well-stocked herbaceous borders and swathes of rhododendrons and azaleas. A wild area to the side and many mature trees and shrubs create a lovely backdrop for the property.

    A timber lodge with storage space and a separate studio (in need of some repair) offer useful additional space away from the house.

    A detached double garage lies to the side of the property in addition to an area across the front, with space to park up to three cars.

    Agent's Note: The Lane House has a right of way over the private driveway which also serves Kiln Cottage next door.

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Stunning kitchen with garden outlook in quiet semi-rural location - makes a fine family home.

Robert JacobsProperty agent

Local information

  • The Lane House is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in a tucked-away semi-rural position at the end of a long drive, with electric gates providing security and giving access to just one other property. Local amenities in Rotherfield include a G.P. surgery, the primary school, a pharmacy, hairdressers, post office, antique shop, general store, church and several public houses. Crowborough (2.3 miles) and Tunbridge Wells (6.9 miles) offer a good selection of supermarkets, high street shops and leisure facilities.
  • State and private schools:
  • Rotherfield has its own well-regarded primary school. Preparatory schools include Skippers Hill Manor (Five Ashes), Bricklehurst Manor (Stonegate) and Holmewood House (Langton Green). Senior schools include The Beacon Academy (Crowborough) and Heathfield and Uplands (Wadhurst) community colleges, Kent grammar schools in Tunbridge Wells (entry via academic performance in the 11 plus) and independent schools in Mayfield, Tonbridge, Eastbourne and Upper Dicker (Bedes).
  • Mainline rail:
  • Crowborough (at Jarvis Brook, 2.6 miles) with services to London Bridge from just over an hour. Wadhurst (5.5 miles) and Tunbridge Wells (7.1 miles) offer frequent services on the Hastings line into London Charing Cross and Cannon Street (via Waterloo East and London Bridge) from 47 minutes (Tunbridge Wells).
  • Communications: The A22 and the A26 to the west and the A21 to the east provide access to the south coast and the M25 and thereby to the national motorway network, Gatwick and Heathrow airports, the Channel Tunnel Terminus and coastal ports.

Additional information

  • Directions: From our offices in Tunbridge Wells, proceed south out of the town on Nevill Street/Frant Road (A267). Continue through Frant village and on to Mark Cross. On reaching Mark Cross turn right, sign-posted Crowborough. Proceed down Catts Hill and after approximately 1 mile turn sharp left onto Bletchinglye Lane. The wrought iron gates denoting the private drive to The Lane House and Kiln Cottage will be found after a short distance on the right-hand side.
  • EPC Rating = E