Freizingham Lane, Rolvenden Layne, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 4PT | Property for sale | Savills
2,742 sq ft(254.74 sq m)
Guide price £1,350,000(€1,539,285)

Freizingham LaneRolvenden Layne, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 4PT


    Key features

    • Naturally light four bedroom property off a rural country lane
    • Opportunity for some updating
    • Extensive gardens and grounds amounting to about 5 acres
    • Wrap around terraces providing outdoor areas to enjoy the garden
    • Enclosed tennis court (in need of work) and brick pavilion
    • Potential for ancillary accommodation
    • Garaging and wine cellar
    • Four stables, tack room, store rooms and mower stores
    • No onward chain

    A predominantly single story property in a lovely rural setting with beautiful gardens and grounds of about 5 acres.

    About this property

    • Geddesden is understood to date from the 1950's and occupies a delightful setting, benefiting from approximately five acres of attractive gardens and grounds with a substantial pond, tennis court (in need of repair) and a selection of outbuildings, including a lodge with ancillary potential, garaging, stables, an office, greenhouse and store rooms.

      The light and airy internal accommodation offers the potential for some updating and, is mainly arranged over the ground floor with a first floor bedroom having direct access to a substantial loft area. In all it amounts to almost 3,000 sq ft with many of the rooms having an easterly aspect with outlook to the delightful gardens, grounds and pond.

      The approach to the front of the house is via a pretty and well screened courtyard where the front door opens to a light reception/entrance hall with turned wooden staircase leading up to the fourth bedroom. Sliding doors open to the gardens and double doors lead through to the very well proportioned split level reception space, incorporating a dual aspect sitting room enjoying a lovely outlook to both the pond, gardens and courtyard.

      Steps lead down to the separate dining area and link through to the kitchen/breakfast room with cupboards, central island and various appliances including a four ring gas hob, wall mounted oven and integral dishwasher. Adjoining the kitchen is the utility room with further storage and space for an American-style fridge/freezer.

      Also situated off the kitchen is the conservatory with French doors opening to the wide terraces. Located to the south of the reception/entrance hall is the principal bedroom suite with en suite shower room and dressing room with fitted cupboards. There are two further bedrooms which are served by an en suite shower room and family bathroom.

      Geddesden is accessed via an electric gate and shared drive, owned by the property. The expansive gardens and grounds provide a delightful setting extending to the north, east and south of the house. Lawned and wooded areas are under planted with spring bulbs and there is a wide variety of mature trees, a pond with waterfall feature, clipped yew hedging and ornate gates. A separate gate off the drive leads to the lodge with ancillary potential, four stables and tack room.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This property is an ideal downsizers home and provides peace and seclusion

    Duncan PetrieProperty agent

    Local information

    • Geddesden is located on the outskirts of the pretty hamlet of Rolvenden Layne and about one mile to the south of the popular Kentish village of Rolvenden, which has a general village store and post office, weekly farmers' market, various local clubs, a church and several public houses.
    • Tenterden (4 miles), Cranbrook (7 miles), Tunbridge Wells (21 miles) and Ashford (16.5 miles) provide a more extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities. Rye and Camber Sands are 10 and 13.6 miles respectively.
    • An excellent selection of educational opportunities exist locally at both primary and secondary levels in the state and private sectors.
    • Mainline rail services run from Staplehurst (11.7 miles), Headcorn (12 miles) and Ashford providing good commuter links into London and the high speed line to St Pancras from Ashford International takes only 37 minutes.
    • *All mileages and journey times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains gas, water and electricity. Private drainage.
    • Agent's Note: The neighbouring property has a right of access over the drive.
    • Photographs date from June 2023.
    • Directions: From our Cranbrook office, proceed to Benenden and on to Rolvenden, turning right at the T-junction on to the A28. After a short distance turn left just before the church signposted Rolvenden Layne. Continue through the hamlet, passing the Ewe & Lamb public house and Winser Road and take the next left hand turn, the electric gate leading to the shared drive will be found shortly on the left hand side and Geddesden will be found towards the end of the drive on the right hand side.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G