An immaculately presented character home with unconverted barn, stabling and paddock.
A charming unlisted Wealden Hall House beautifully and sympathetically restored and extended to create a characterful, liight, bright and modern family home.
The property is ideally placed for those seeking a rural life-style offering space, privacy and convenience in a tucked away position off a small country lane just a third of a mile from the characterful High Hurstwood pub, with the Village Hall and well regarded primary school a little further.
Buxted mainline station with services to London and the A26 serving Tunbridge Wells via Crowborough to the north and Eastbourne to the south are about 2.5 miles. There is a wide choice of schools in the area, both state and private.
The modern extension was completed in 2019 and merges seamlessly with the original which is believed to be 15th Century in origin. The essence of the period is beautifully maintained with meticulous attention to detail throughout and a wealth of quality bespoke oak joinery in the traditional style, exposed brick and stone work and metal work.
The formal front entrance on the southerly side has been transformed into a an impressive vaulted hallway with a galleried landing above. The large fitted open plan kitchen/breakfast room opens out to the garden and links through to the dining room with a wide brick inglenook fireplace recess and a light-filled sitting room with stone fireplace and a conservatory off.
The principal first floor bedroom overlooks the garden and is fitted with a stylish stand-alone bath with an en suite shower room off. There are four further double bedrooms arranged over two floors, a cozy snug/study with a fireplace and two further bath/shower rooms.
The gardens are a lovely feature, stretching mostly to the rear with a flagstone terrace, lawn, shrubs, many mature trees including oak, pear and apple and high hedging to the boundaries providing shelter and privacy.
To the eastern boundary is an ancient riveted wrought iron gateway with crown topped pillars opening out to the lane and believed to have been the main carriage gate dating back to the
A period barn of great character with huge double doors to either side is currently used as a machinery store, but offers potential for conversion, subject to any necessary planning consents.
For those aspiring to space for a pony, there is a fenced level paddock to the westerly side of the house, together with a small yard comprising three loose boxes opening to an enclosed concrete yard and an open barn for storage. The stables were originally garages and could be reinstated if
The property is entered via an in and out driveway providing ample parking space.
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A character unlisted property is a great combination these days, as is outbuildings with potential and all on an edge of village location, tucked-away from busy roads.Robert Jacobs