A charming and beautifully presented period house.
Nestled off a farm drive with a wonderful view over parkland and fields, this charming Grade II listed cottage is a most delightful family home dating back to the 16th Century and with an abundance of period features.
The property is conveniently placed for a choice of stations providing commuter services to London, including Eridge, Crowborough and Tunbridge Wells and there are many well regarded private and state schools in the area.
The cottage-style garden is a wonderful feature, wrapping around the house to provide privacy, with a boundary to open fields. The principal reception room, with its striking inglenook fireplace, and the kitchen which adjoins the dining room, both open out on the southerly side to create lovely space for entertaining.
The modern extension on the north-westerly side merges seamlessly with the original to create an impressive front entrance through a wide oak door into a light and spacious hallway adjoining a family room. This also added a fifth bedroom and a second bathroom.
To the front is an oak framed barn-style garage with store rooms, a generous parking and turning area and a picket gate leading to the front door.
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Character and charm, tucked away in this semi-rural setting, within a short distance of the Ashdown Forest.Robert Jacobs