- Semi Detached Period Home with Glorious Views
- Centre of Mayfield
- Well Presented
- Set over Four Floors
- Three Bedrooms
- Sitting Room with Open Fireplace
- Kitchen & Dining Room
- Family Bathroom & Ground Floor Shower Room
- Charming Garden & Off Road Parking
A deceptively spacious semi-detached townhouse in the centre of Mayfield enjoying glorious views across the Rother Valley beyond offering three bedrooms, bathroom and shower room, two/three reception rooms, kitchen/dining room, plus charming gardens and off-road parking for two vehicles. EPC Rating: E.
Built in 1882, Springrose Cottage forms one half of a spacious pair of semi-detached properties with well-presented accommodation across four floors, enjoying stunning views to the rear.
One enters the property via open front porch to the ground floor, into the sitting room with a staircase to first floor and further staircase to the lower ground floor. This is a lovely bright room with windows to front, side and rear, plus a lovely open fireplace with marble surround and a door to a rear office with a window overlooking the Rother Valley and rear garden.
A further door from the sitting room leads to a shower room with window to rear comprising a WC, basin and shower cubicle.
The lower ground floor comprises a kitchen and dining area, partially open with the kitchen area which comprises a range of wooden cupboards and drawers, with worktops integrated sink and four ring hob with electric oven below and extractor above, cooker, fridge/freezer and dishwasher, plus a window to rear and stable door to rear garden. Cupboard housing the boiler and washing machine.
The dining area has a large opening from the kitchen, and a further opening above some base cupboards, and enjoys two windows to side , one between the arches of the chimneys, and the staircase to the ground floor with an under stairs cupboard and a door to access the substantial cellar storage area, which has limited head height.
The first floor comprises a landing area with bedroom two, facing the rear with superb views and an attractive fireplace and space for wardrobes either side of the chimney.
The bathroom comprises a bath, basin, WC with part tiled walls and part wood panelled walls and windows to front and rear.
There is also a further bedroom, forming a single room, with windows to front and side, with an attractive vista up Fletching Street.
The second floor comprises one large bedroom with simply superb views and a further window to side with an aspect up Fletching Street. Two built in wardrobes, access to small attic storage space and door to an eaves storage space.
To the front is a tall hedge shielding an area of lawn accessible from the front path and the off road parking spaces. The parking spaces are laid to tarmac, and separated from the garden via a fence. A further gate to the side of the property leads to the rear garden.
The rear garden enjoys a large area of decking to make the most of the views with steps down to smaller area of lawn, which is wall fence and hedge enclosed forming a pretty private sunken garden with space for a shed.
The property is located on Fletching Street, merely 200 yards from the sixteenth century beauty of the High Street.
Facilities in the village include a small supermarket with post office, butcher, baker, pharmacy, florist, greengrocers and deli as well as GP surgery, dentist and hairdressers. There are also a couple of cafes and Period Inns, including the renowned Middle House Hotel. There are pretty churches of various denominations, a flourishing primary school and the well-regarded Mayfield School for Girls secondary school.
For more comprehensive facilities Tunbridge Wells in 9 miles to the north. Railway stations can be found at Wadhurst (5 miles), Crowborough (6 miles), and Tunbridge Wells. These provide a fast and regular service to London Charing Cross, London Bridge and Canon Street. There is a regular bus service to Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne.
The area provides an excellent selection of both state and private schools. Nearby leisure facilities include tennis, bowls, numerous golf clubs, sailing on Bewl Water and at the coast. The area is criss-crossed with many beautiful walks through the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Council Tax Band D (rates are not expected to rise upon completion)
Mains Gas, electricity, water and sewerage.
The property is believed to be of brick construction with a tiled roof.
We are not aware of any safety issues or cladding issues.
We are not aware of any asbestos at the property.
The property is located within the AONB and conservation area.
The title has no restrictions but does have easements, we suggest you seek legal advice on the title.
According to the Government Flood Risk website, there is a very low risk of flooding.
Broadband coverage: we are informed that Superfast broadband is available at the property.
There is mobile coverage from various networks.
We are not aware of any mining operations in the vicinity.
We are not aware of planning permission for new houses / extensions at any neighbouring properties.
The property does not have step free access.