The property forms a spacious end of terrace period cottage, enjoying four bedrooms, three bathrooms and kitchen, breakfast room, open plan sitting/dining room and hallway, all set within good sized landscaped gardens, with off road parking and within the confines of this popular village.
1 Love Lane Terrace is presented in good order throughout and enjoys period features, including fireplaces, some original doors and high ceilings as well as modern double glazed windows in a sash-style, plus gas central heating.
One accesses the property via the front door to an entrance hall with a cupboard, and staircase to the first floor landing and useful recess beyond. A door leads into the open plan, sitting/dining room, complete with a double aspect to front and rear with a bay window to the front, and attractive fireplaces to both rooms with a coal effect gas fire in the sitting room area.
A step up from the hallway leads into the kitchen comprising a range of wooden cupboards and drawers, with oak worktops incorporating a Belfast sink with mixer tap, space for a range cooker, fridge freezer, space and plumbing for a washing machine, integrated dishwasher and further useful, built in cupboards and shelves within a former chimney, now also creating a small breakfast bar.
There is a window to side, tiled flooring, and an opening to a breakfast room with French doors accessing a rear terrace and a door to the ground floor shower room, comprising a corner shower unit WC and basin part tiled walls, tiled floor, and obscured glazed window to rear and heated towel rail.
Stairs lead up to a part galleried landing area with staircase to the second floor, and doors to all the bedrooms, the bathroom and separate WC.
There are two rear facing bedrooms with an aspect over the garden, shelved recesses and cupboards. A bedroom also faces the front with a window to front and an adjacent bathroom, comprising a white suite of a bath with shower over, tiled surround, basin, heated towel rail, window to front, part tiled walls with mosaic motif and tiled flooring.
A separate door leads to a WC with concealed cistern, wash hand basin with a mixer tap and cupboard below.
The staircase rises to the second floor, providing access to a good-sized attic double bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobes to one wall, velux windows to front and rear and access to eaves storage to front and rear. Off the small landing is a door to a bathroom with a velux window to front, and a white suite comprising a bath with shower over, basin and WC with ceramic tiled flooring, part tiled walls and heated towel rail.
To the front of the property is an area of off road parking for one car, with steps and a path that lead up to the front door, sweeping across the small front lawn with flower bed borders and mature trees. A gate provides access to the left side of the property, leading to the rear garden.
The rear garden has been beautifully landscaped by the current owners to comprise a paved area immediately behind the breakfast room with sandstone paved steps up to a paved terrace dining area, enclosed with flowerbeds and a further path that leads up to the expanse of lawn beyond.
At the top of the garden is a fence and gate leading to a further area of open lawned garden which wraps around the neighbouring garden, comprising a shed and a base for a former greenhouse, and ample space for vegetable patches. The whole garden is hedge and fenced closed. There are two useful gardens stores to the side of the property and further garden shed at the top of the garden, providing useful storage.
The property is located in Love Lane, approximately ½ a mile from the High Street via Victoria Road and a twittern to Station Road, or approximately a mile by car.
Mayfield High Street provides a small supermarket, butcher, chemist, grocer and post office. There are Churches of various denominations, period Inns and a Primary School. For more comprehensive facilities the Inland Spa Town of Royal Tunbridge Wells is approximately 9 miles to the north.
Railway stations are at Wadhurst, (5 miles), Tunbridge Wells (9 miles), Jarvis Brook & Buxted serving all London Stations. There is an excellent choice of education facilities within the general area catering for both the state and private sectors.
Nearby leisure facilities include numerous Golf Courses, sailing can be enjoyed along the Coast and at Bewl Water Reservoir. The village has its own Tennis club as well as many beautiful walks and numerous equestrian pursuits are available nearby.
All mains services connected.
Council Tax Band: D