- Detached 1950s Family House
- Panoramic Views
- Tucked Away Location
- Close to the High Street
- Four Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom & En-Suite
- Open Plan Reception Rooms
- Separate Study
- Garden on Four Levels
- Double Garage & Parking
The Hazard forms an extended and attractive 1950s detached family house. In one of the most sought after and tucked away locations in Mayfield, being within nigh-on level walking distance of the High Street, whilst enjoying exceptionally peaceful surroundings and commanding extensive panoramic views across the Rother Valley beyond, with the added benefit of a double garage and off road parking and extensive gardens. EPC Rating C.
Approaching the property from the High Street, one uses the little twitten to which The Hazard is right at the end. As one approaches the property, the views and vistas open up to the South and East and the property sits comfortably in the middle of its plot.
A pathway leads to the front door, leading to an entrance lobby with windows to side and front, tiled flooring, radiator, coat rack and a further door to the entrance hall. The staircase leads up and round to the first floor, with a window to side and an under stairs cupboard. There is also an alarm panel and a door to an under stairs cloakroom, comprising WC and basin.
The family room is accessed from the hallway, with beautiful wooden flooring a modern, inset gas fired fireplace, recessed into the chimney with bespoke fitted cupboards to either side, and attractive deep bay window to the side. A large opening leads through to the extended sitting room area, which offers the most fabulous panoramic views across the valley and distant hillsides beyond, extending from Hurst Green right the way through to Broad Oak and Cross in Hand, complete with bifold glass doors opening up to an attractive raised deck area with glass balustrade really bring the outside in.
A further large opening leads through to the dining room, part of the original house, with attractive lit glass fronted bespoke cupboards in the recesses either side of a former fireplace, window to side and access through to the kitchen/breakfast room area with space for a Welsh dresser in the breakfast area for the window to side, and a kitchen with comprising a range of beach units with integrated appliances to include granite effect worktops integrated one and a half bowl sink with drainer, five ring gas hob with extractor above, chest level Siemens double oven and grill, space for dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
A doorway leads through to a convenient utility room, comprising a sink unit and space for further appliances, as well as a further door to the rear office/Gym/playroom.
Stairs lead up to the first floor landing with a master bedroom, taking in the best of the views from a bay window, and a further window to side, enjoying a range of fitted wardrobes and a door to an en-suite shower room, comprising a walk in shower with Aqualisa shower, pedestal basin and low level WC with a double flush, window to side, part tiled walls, towel rail and an extractor.
The second bedroom is another beautiful double aspect room with the most fantastic views to the east and south. The modernised bathroom comprises a bath with shower above, vanity unit with a basin on the top and WC with concealed system, heated towel rail, mirrored cupboard with lighting, extractor fan, window to side and attractive travertine tiled walls and flooring with a mosaic band at the top.
Bedroom three is another double with a window to side and wooden flooring. Bedroom four forms another small double, or large single room, with a dual aspect and just fantastic views. There is also a sizable loft, which is part boarded and insulated and an airing cupboard.
The gardens are a real joy, being deceptively large for the central location, and arranged as a series of four levels, with the upper level forming are area with a greenhouse, vegetable patch and pear tree, plus offering scope for more vegetable beds for the keen gardener, with low level stone walls and lawns leading to the second level with the house and immediate gardens, mainly laid to lawn with flower beds. The level also provides access to the raised decking and the best of the views.
The middle level is mainly laid to lawn, with a new fence enclosing the space providing access to an attractive summerhouse, making the most of the views, and further access to a substantial shed/workshop, which has a power supply. Right at the far end of the garden, across the Southern boundary with The Avenue beyond is an area of off road parking for two vehicles plus access to the double garage which is recessed into the bank, with an up and over door. There are illuminated paved steps that lead up to the garden from the garage.
The Hazard is located just off the High Street. Mayfield High Street provides a small supermarket, butcher, chemist, deli/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: E.