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Furnace Lane Hook Green, Lamberhurst

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  • Characterful Period cottage
  • Views across open countryside to the front
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Off road parking
  • Brick built studio/office
  • Charming 'secret' garden
  • Open plan kitchen /dining room
  • approx. 5.5 miles from Tunbridge Wells
  • approx. 3 miles from Frant station
  • Local pub within a few hundred yards

A very pretty and characterful Period cottage, beautifully presented both inside and out, with a charming ‘secret’ garden, two double bedrooms, bathroom, sitting room, open plan kitchen/dining room plus a rear, brick built studio/office and off road parking, with views across open countryside to the front. EPC rating E.

6 Bull Lane Cottages is a pretty Victorian cottage, originally part of the locally renowned ‘Bayham Estate’ and forms one of a row of cottages copied from those seen by Lord Camden at Blenheim Palace in 1873. Situated in Hook Green, a small hamlet seven miles from Tunbridge Wells boasting a highly rated 16th century pub and a network of footpaths into surrounding countryside.

The property is very well presented, both inside and out, decorated throughout in Farrow and Ball paints, chimneys with original fireplaces and a more modern wood burner, double glazed wooden windows, stripped pine flooring, Rayburn cooker and boiler in the kitchen, with pretty gardens beyond.

One enters via a covered porch way, with a front door to a lobby, with stairs to the first floor, and a door to the sitting room. The sitting room enjoys pine flooring, a fireplace with a wood burning stove, window to front and a part glazed door to the kitchen/dining room.

The kitchen/dining room has charm and character in abundance, with a brick chimney housing the Rayburn. The kitchen area provides a range of farmhouse style cupboards and drawers with two inset sinks beneath a window to the rear, with space for a washing machine, fridge and dishwasher. Painted faux ceiling beams provide a more period feel, and there is ample space to seat six at a table and chairs beneath rope lighting, with a window and stable door to the rear courtyard. A further door leads into a cupboard under the stairs housing a freezer and providing additional storage.

The first floor provides a landing area, with a rooflight and door to the main bedroom.

The main bedroom is a beautiful room, with a fantastic view out from the front facing window, over the road to the open countryside beyond. This room features original pine floor boards, chimney with original period fireplace, and a fitted cupboard over the stairs via a pine door.

A second bedroom is at the rear, complete with an outlook over the rear outbuilding and courtyard to the fields and woodland beyond. The floor is of stripped pine boards whilst there are two fitted cupboards either side of the chimney breast, one being a useful wardrobe, and the other housing a new aluminium hot water cylinder, forming a useful airing cupboard. A loft hatch in the ceiling with integrated steps provides access to the fully boarded loft running across the rear of the property, which is served by electricity and lighting.

The bathroom is adjacent, and a surprisingly big room, comprising a white panelled bath with newAqualisa shower over with folding glass screen, WC and basin, window to rear, oak flooring & skirting boards and part tiled walls.

Outside, to the front is a brick block driveway with a bin store and flower bed, outdoor electric plug points (which are presently used to charge a hybrid electric car) and direct access to the front door.

To the rear is an initial brick paved courtyard, with fenced sides, and enclosed by a brick outbuilding, with a door leading to a useful studio/office, with a skylight and electric storage heater.

A further opening to one corner of the outbuilding leads to a covered walkway/store with electricity supplied, and a door beyond leads into the ‘secret’ garden, being hedge and fence enclosed, complete with flower bed borders, central lawn, brick patio and access to the old outside loo, now forming a store for the oil tank. At the rear of the garden is a shed, two fruit trees, small pond, further flower bed and a greenhouse.

This is a rare opportunity to purchase a property in the hamlet of Hook Green, where property infrequently comes up for sale, the last comparable property being back in 2017! The bus stop for the 256 bus from Wadhurst to Tunbridge Wells is approximately 50 yards away, and the Elephant’s Head public house a further 80 yards away.

Lamberhurst is the nearest village, within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers a number of local clubs and societies. There is a large recreation ground for football, games and dog walking plus an excellent children’s adventure playground, several pubs, an extensive local village store with Post Office, a primary school, doctor’s surgery/pharmacy, Scotney Castle, Bewl Reservoir and the renowned Lamberhurst Golf Club.

From Hook Green ¼ mile towards Tunbridge Wells are the beautiful Bayham Abbey ruins. Approximately seven miles further on is the lovely Spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, with its fabulous shopping and beautiful Regency style paved Pantiles area, theatres and various other leisure facilities. This town also has very high achieving grammar schools.

Railway stations can be found at Bells Yew Green (Frant) (2 miles) Paddock Wood and Tunbridge Wells (8 miles). These provide a fast and regular service to London Charing Cross, London Bridge and Canon Street.

Mains electricity and water, Oil fired central heating. Fibre to House broadband connection. Shared private drainage.
Council Tax Band: D

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Furnace Lane Hook Green
Lamberhurst TN3 8LN
County: Kent
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 00001903
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