899 sq ft(83.52 sq m)
Guide price £465,000

The MullinerWadhurst Place, Mayfield Lane, Wadhurst, TN5 6JE


    Key features

    • Exceptional bay window offering south facing uninterrupted views
    • Contemporary Open plan living
    • Luxury Bathroom
    • 2 Private Parking Spaces
    • 10 Year Premier building warranty
    • Use of landscaped communal gardens
    • 1.5 miles to Wadhurst train station

    A first floor 2 bedroom apartment situated within this Grade II Manor House with beautiful south facing non interrupted views of the valley.

    About this property

    • CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE MANOR BROCHURE

      Beautiful south facing non interrupted views of the valley encompass this first floor apartment, situated within this Grade II Manor House.

      The beautiful Grade II Listed manor house was built as a country mansion known as South Park for John Bruce, a descendant of Robert the Bruce, in 1885. Designed by Adolphus Croft, architect for Gillow and Co the house was built in the Domestic Revival and Queen Anne style, half-timbered with ornamental red brick facings and carvings.

      The main rooms are in the Renaissance or Adam style, including oak joinery, ornate plastered ceilings and stained glass windows. The 1885 directory entry states ‘The residence has an interior which is admirably appointed, and no expense whatever has been spared' The second owner Arthur Croft (the architects brother) – was a notable artist who specialized in painting mountain scenery in Britain and the Alps. He exhibited at the
      Royal Academy from 1868.


      In about 1930 South Park became a boarding school for girls, opened by Miss Mulliner and was named Wadhurst College. Its numbers grew and other large houses were acquired to house the girls. The Legat Ballet School joined it in the 1980s and the building remained a College until its closure in 2001.

      Between 2001 and 2015 the buildings and the attached grounds sadly fell into disrepair, until Newcourt Residential Ltd purchased the site and began the extensive restoration project to bring the manor back to its former glory.

      The Manor now houses 13 individual apartments, each having been restored back to the admirable
      interior and exterior of 1885 providing luxurious accommodation, many with spectacular far reaching views.

    The views from The Mulliner are stunning. An ideal apartment for a lock up and leave or downsizer.

    Catriona Hill-ScanlonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Wadhurst Place is situated south of Tunbridge Wells within East Sussex. The development is conveniently located approximately a mile from Wadhurst village. The village is served by the South East train line that links through Tunbridge Wells/ Tonbridge to Charing Cross and Canon Street in approximately 1 hour. This makes the village very popular with commuters.
    • The development has wonderful communal gardens with views to the South towards Etchingham.

    Additional information

    • Situated in the county of East Sussex, just over the Kent
    • border and only 7 miles from the prestigious town of
    • Royal Tunbridge Wells, Wadhurst is a sought after location
    • to set up home and is popular with people of all ages due
    • to the diverse range of attractions and amenities it has on
    • offer. Its proximity to London strengthens its desirability
    • as it is perfect for those who are seeking a calmer paced
    • lifestyle as well as commuters and regular city-goers.
    • The excellent state & private schools means that Wadhurst
    • is extremely popular with families.
    • Wadhurst is a small market town, yet remains independent
    • and has kept an impressive range of shops considering its
    • size. It features a variety of traditional stores, such as
    • a local butcher and baker, as well as a number of retail
    • shops and a selection of eateries.
    • There are several pubs in the village and a short 10-minute
    • stroll along Mayfield Lane takes you to Best Beech Inn,
    • a cosy village pub with a crackling fire in winter and
    • outdoor seating in summer.
    • For a more bustling shopping experience, Royal Tunbridge
    • Wells is a 20 minute drive away and features a range of
    • independent boutiques as well as established high street
    • brands. There are frequent local farmers' markets
    • providing flavoursome local produce. The Pantiles is
    • renowned for its cafés, restaurants and boutique shops.
    • Directions: From our office in Tunbridge Wells turn left out of the High Street onto London Road and at the roundabout take the first left onto Frant Road. Continue through Frant turning left approximately half a mile after Frant towards Wadhurst. Remain on this road until you reach Wadhurst where you will find a right hand turning - Mayfield Lane. Continue on Mayfield Lane for approximately 1 mile and the Development will be found on the left hand side. (If you reach the Best Beech public house you have gone too far)
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