An exceptional ground floor luxury apartment in this impressive mansion offering elegant and spacious country living with extensive communal grounds.
One of three apartments in this Arts and Crafts mansion enclosed within a gated estate of period properties lying between the pretty villages of Mayfield and Rotherfield, about seven miles to the south of Tunbridge Wells.
The property would suit those looking to aspire to the country house life-style, or as a secure lock and leave' opportunity and has been meticulously and stylishly refurbished by the current owner. The contemporary fixtures and fittings have been chosen to enhance the wonderful period features which are evident throughout, including high ceilings with intricate ornate plasterwork, decorative cornicing and architraves, fireplaces and striking leaded light windows.
Of particular note is the magnificent principal reception room with picture windows and an adjoining garden room and the spacious master bedroom suite which opens out to a huge covered veranda where the wonderful outlook over sweeping lawns and woodland can be enjoyed.
The stylish kitchen/breakfast room features a large island unit and range of traditional-style fitted units with glazed display cupboards and a range-style cooker. Two further good-sized bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms complete the accommodation.
The apartment is accessed through an impressive communal entrance hall, with an inner hall way providing access to the shared cellar storage space below.
The communal grounds are spectacular, with landscaped gardens, wooded walk-ways and the site of a former grass tennis court providing a level area for outdoor entertaining and children.
Number 3 has a garage within a separate block at the end of the driveway and a further allocated parking space. In common with other residents there is also informal use of an additional parking space available.
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An enchanting spot within this handsome and unique conversion; you cannot fail to be impressed by the wealth of period features and the delightful private terrace.Natasha Selbie