Brightling Road, Robertsbridge, East Sussex, TN32 5ES | Property for sale | Savills
2,461 sq ft(228.63 sq m)
Guide price £1,250,000

Brightling RoadRobertsbridge, East Sussex, TN32 5ES

    Key features

    • Beautifully presented detached family home
    • Stylishly refurbished and remodelled by the current owners
    • Four/five bedrooms and four bathrooms
    • Wonderful kitchen/dining area with bespoke kitchen
    • Superb gardens totalling just under 1 acre
    • Ample parking, oak framed Heritage open bay garage
    • Robertsbridge station 1 mile with frequent services to London
    • Range of local amenities in Robertsbridge

    An immaculately presented Arts & Crafts-style family home with garaging and beautiful gardens.

    About this property

    • Covehurst is an immaculately presented Arts and Crafts-style family home, understood to date from the late 1930's set amidst beautifully landscaped gardens, just over 1 mile to the west of the historic East Sussex village of Robertsbridge and within a High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

      The property has been remodelled by the owners, to incorporate a versatile and stylish kitchen/dining/family room and has the potential for an easily adaptable ground floor self contained guest bedroom suite, if required.

      Over the ground floor there is a principal sitting room with a multi fuel stove and an outlook over the lovely front and rear gardens, an adjoining study/bedroom five, an en suite shower room, a home office and a utility room fitted with a range of cupboards and having direct access to a very useful covered passageway, perfect for various storage options and linking through to the front and rear gardens.

      From the entrance hall a door leads to the multi purpose dining/family room which is open to the excellent kitchen/breakfast room. Featuring underfloor heating to kitchen/family area and conservatory and porcelain tiled floor. The kitchen has been bespoke fitted with a range of cupboards, central island with breakfast bar and various integral appliances. To one end a door leads out to a pretty enclosed courtyard and from the dining/family area double doors open to the Portland conservatory, with direct access via French doors to the garden.

      Arranged over the first floor are four pretty bedrooms, all enjoy a lovely outlook over the rear gardens. They are served by a family shower room, an en suite bathroom to the main bedroom and an en suite shower room to bedroom two, all featuring modern white sanitary ware. There is a good range of eaves storage and ladder access can be gained to a substantial loft area.

      Covehurst is approached via electric gates, with the drive leading to a parking area, suitable for a number of cars and the Heritage oak framed open bay car barn. The front gardens are laid to lawn with evergreen hedging. The main beautifully landscaped gardens lie to the rear, with a generous paved terrace and an ornamental fish pond with varieties of freshwater fish and a seating area screened by a timber pergola enhanced by a chocolate vine. The lawn stretches away, with wide herbaceous borders and shrubs. A curved double beech hedge divides the formal garden from a lovely wild garden area and productive kitchen garden, cutting garden, apple orchard and quince and plum trees. Outbuildings include a wisteria clad summerhouse, a mower store, a potting shed, a wood store, a workshop and a mower store, a number of these benefit from both power and light.

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    From the moment I arrived I was so impressed by the presentation of this lovely home, both inside and out, it has great space for al fresco entertaining and everything for those who have a passion for gardening

    Russell AlexanderProperty agent

    Local information

    • Covehurst is situated within a High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, about 1.1 mile from the village of Robertsbridge with its good range of local facilities, including two general stores (one with post office), a bakery, Boots chemist, drs and dental practices, two florists, several restaurants and public houses, primary and secondary schools and a railway station.
    • More extensive shopping and leisure amenities can be found in the picturesque town of Battle. Tunbridge Wells, with its period architecture, excellent shopping centre and extensive retail park is about 16.5 miles away.
    • Mainline rail services can be found at Robertsbridge (1 mile) or Etchingham (2.2 miles) and with frequent services to Charing Cross. Eurostar trains run from Ashford International and there is a high speed train service from Ashford International to London St Pancras in about 37 minutes.
    • There are excellent schools in the area in both the state and private sectors at primary and secondary levels.
    • Leisure/sporting facilities include a number of premium quality golf courses at East Sussex National golf course, Uckfield, Dale Hill,Ticehurst, The Nevill, Tunbridge Wells, Crowborough Beacon and Rye. Sailing, fishing, riding, walking, and mountain bike trails at Bewl Water and a climbing and activity centre in Bedgebury Forest and Pinetum.
    • Motorway links: The M25 via the A21 can be accessed at J5 and the M20 via J8, providing links to Gatwick and Heathrow airports and other motorways.
    • *All mileages and distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Services: All mains services.
    • Directions: From Cranbrook travel south on the A229 towards Hawkhurst. At the traffic lights, turn right towards Flimwell, at Flimwell traffic lights, turn left onto the A21 towards Hurst Green and Hastings. Travel for approximately 2 miles and at the Salehurst roundabout turn right towards Robertsbridge village. Proceed through the village and turn right onto Station Road. Follow this road (merging into Brightling Road) for about 1 mile and Covehurst will be found on the right hand side.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G