Savills | Station Road, Mayfield, East Sussex, TN20 6BW | Property for sale
4,384 sq ft(407.29 sq m)
Guide price £2,600,000

Station RoadMayfield, East Sussex, TN20 6BW


    Key features

    • Impressive and well presented family house on the edge of this popular village
    • Comfortable accommodation arranged over three floors, with a sense of space and scale and distant views
    • Separate cottage offering additional accommodation, or to provide investment income
    • Mature part-walled landscaped garden
    • Well-placed for schools including Mayfield Primary and Mayfield School for Girls
    • About 9.5 miles south of Tunbridge Wells
    • Crowborough station (at Jarvis Brook, about 4.5 miles) offers commuter services to London Victoria

    A substantial late Victorian village house together with a separate cottage, set in fine gardens with distant views,

    About this property

    • Mulberry is a very impressive late Victorian house, restored over the last eleven years to provide up-to-date and well presented family accommodation. This combines with the benefit of an additional detached two bedroom cottage, with its own separate title and ideal for parents, nanny or staff, to provide investment income, or even to sell off at some point.

      The sense of space and scale can be felt straight away and this lovely home feels very comfortable. The front door opens into a fine reception hall with stairs, a wood burning stove and library shelving and there are a number of special rooms to admire whilst walking around.

      These include the formal drawing room and dining room, with their grand proportions and fireplaces, but also the large conservatory, accessed off the drawing room. Finally, the amazing top floor studio room, which is so unlike expected attic space, benefits from space and good light, overlooking the garden bellow and enjoying stunning distant views. Lots of period features have been retained throughout and the bespoke kitchen is imaginatively designed and well-equipped. Most of the bedrooms have bathrooms or shower rooms, individually thought through and nicely finished.

      Outside, the rear garden is a further delight, being part-walled on one side and laid out in defined areas and landscaped with terracing and lawn, a wild flower meadow and a formal planted garden, with the vegetable garden and working areas beyond this screened-off by trellising.

      Mature trees, plants and rhododendrons mark the borders, with interspersed feature trees, including a fine Ginko biloba and magnolia, adding nicely to the overall picture. Even the small cottage courtyard garden is a delight too, with its mature, large fig tree forming the key focus.

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    For me, this is perhaps the perfect village house; close to the centre, with high ceilings and generous proportions, complete with all the right rooms and tastefully presented throughout. Also, there is good parking, lovely views, a beautiful landscaped garden and a detached two bedroom cottage as well. Really hard to fault.

    Robert JacobsProperty agent

    Local information

    • Mayfield is a beautiful and popular East Sussex hilltop village, steeped in history and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Mulberry is positioned just down the hill a bit from the shops, about a third of a mile from the village centre, opposite the Tennis Club.
    • The well known Middle House, a Tudor beamed inn lies right in the heart of the village which also offers a wide choice of local shops and services providing for everyday needs.
    • Tunbridge Wells is the nearest main town, lying about 9.5 miles to the north, whilst Eastbourne on the south coast is about 21.5 miles and London about 48 miles.
    • State and private schools: Mayfield Primary School and Mayfield School for Girls in the village. Preparatory schools include Skippers Hill Manor in near-by Five Ashes, Holmewood House in Langton Green and Saint Ronans in Hawkhurst. Wadhurst, Crowborough and Heathfield all have Academies or Community colleges and the independent senior schools in the area include Bedes (Upper Dicker), Tonbridge, Sevenoaks, Brighton and Eastbourne Colleges.
    • Mainline rail: Crowborough (at Jarvis Brook, 4.5 miles) offers services to London Victoria, or Wadhurst (7.5 miles) and Tunbridge Wells (9.5 miles) serve London Bridge, Waterloo East, Charing Cross and Cannon Street.

    Additional information

    • Services: Gas fired central heating, mains water, electricity and drainage
    • Outgoings: Wealden District Council: 01323 443322, Tax band G.
    • Directions: From Tunbridge Wells head south on the A267, through Frant, Mark Cross and Argos Hill. After approximately 8.8 miles turn left at the roundabout onto Station Road, towards Mayfield and Mulberry will be found on the right-hand side, opposite the tennis club and before reaching the High Street.
    • EPC Rating = D
    • Tenure = Freehold