SALE AGREED: A rare opportunity to purchase a substantial and surprisingly spacious detached house, located in a fine semi-rural setting, standing in park-like grounds of approximately one acre.
| SPACIOUS RECEPTION HALL | CLOAKROOM | MORNING ROOM | SITTING ROOM | CONSERVATORY | KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM | UTILITY ROOM | FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS | MASTER EN-SUITE BATHROOM | FAMILY BATHROOM | LARGE ATTIC SPACE | DOUBLE GARAGE | WORKSHOP | GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING | BEAUTIFUL GARDENS | APPROX ONE ACRE |
SITUATION: The property is set off a country lane on the fringes of Possingworth Park and Cross-in Hand. Heathfield Town is within only approximately five minutes by car and there is also a main bus route at the end of the lane. Heathfield offers an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities. Royal Tunbridge Wells offers an even greater variety of shopping and leisure facilities, as well as its mainline train station within approximately 20 minutes by car. London commuters can also easily access a number of other mainline stations nearby, including Wadhurst, Buxted, Crowborough and Stonegate, all approximately 15 minutes by car. The property is also strategically located within easy access of the excellent road networks leading to both London within an hour or the south coast in approximately 20 minutes.
DESCRIPTION: A substantial and surprisingly spacious detached house, located in a fine semi-rural setting, standing in park-like grounds of approximately one acre.
The accommodation is approached via a welcoming reception hall, with wrought iron balustraded staircase rising to a galleried landing, understairs storage cupboard, further storage cupboard and cloakroom.
The morning room offers a most comfortable and relaxing space with an open fireplace and doors leading into the dining room and conservatory. The conservatory extends the depth of the property and this lovely light filled room overlooks the garden with doors leading out onto the terrace.
There is an additional sitting room offering a spacious entertaining area with open fireplace and an extensive fitted wall unit. The generous dining room located at the rear of the property looks over the garden with doors returning to the morning room and kitchen.
The kitchen/breakfast room is extensively fitted with timber fronted units, contrasting work surfaces and breakfast bar. Integral appliances include a twin fridge, dishwasher, gas hob, microwave and oven. The large utility room is a great space with plumbing for washing machine, stainless steel sink unit and plenty of storage cupboards.
Continuing to the first floor galleried landing with window to the front and deep airing cupboard. Hatch to loft space with ladder leads into the attic. A vast space that could incorporate further accommodation if required (subject to planning permission).
The large master bedroom overlooks the front and side. There is a built in wardrobe and DRESSING ROOM with further wardrobe units together with an en-suite bathroom having bath and shower unit over, wc, wash hand basin and bidet.
The guest bedroom also has built in wardrobes and bedroom 3 likewise. The fourth bedroom is currently used as a study and is extensively fitted with quality 'Neville Johnson' units.
A family bathroom serves these bedrooms and fitted with a corner bath, separate shower cubicle, wc, wash hand basin and bidet.
OUTSIDE: Sweeping drive approach flanked by beech hedging leading to the front of the property with ample parking and turning leading to a double garage with twin roller doors and adjoining carport.
The gardens are without doubt stunning to provide a tranquil park-like setting, laid to lawn interspersed by mature shrubs and trees including Rhododendron, Azalea and perennials to give colour and structure. There is a rockery garden with water feature and a pergola stretching the width of the property with a magnificent wisteria. Towards the rear is a large workshop, shed and greenhouse. The gardens are enclosed on all sides to give privacy and seclusion, in all extending to approximately one acre.
Agents Note: The property has the additional benefit of owning shares in Possingworth Park Estate - a mid-19th-century garden of formal terraces, a sunken lawn, pinetum and lake laid out from 1866 by Robert Marnock.