- 1930's Period Family Home
- Stunning Views
- Tucked off the High Street
- Four Bedrooms
- Bathroom & En-Suite
- Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Sitting Room
- Beautifully Updated
- Snug, Utility Room & Cloakroom
- South Facing Gardens & Parking
- No Chain
Enjoying some of the best views in Mayfield, tucked away off the High Street is this deceptively spacious detached family home, comprising 4 bedrooms, en-suite and bathroom, spacious landing and hallway, cloakroom, utility room, snug and beautiful open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room which make the most of the views and gardens, with off road parking via The Avenue. NO CHAIN. EPC rating D.
Valley View is aptly named, as the views across the Rother Valley are simply stunning. The house has been beautifully altered and updated by the current owners, with a revised layout to make the most of the views, with an open plan main living space and kitchen.
The house dates from the 1930s, and enjoys deceptively spacious accommodation to include four bedrooms, an updated en-suite to the main bedroom and updated family bathroom, stunning hand-built kitchen which is now open to the dining room and sitting room. The current owners have also updated all the windows.
One enters via the original front door to a lovely hallway, with part galleried landing and dog-leg staircase with large corner window atypical of the era, under stairs storage and a door to a modernised cloakroom comprising a WC and basin with window to side. There is wooden flooring through the hallway and into the open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room area.
This principle 'hub' of the home was originally three rooms, but opened to maximise the light and views that it provides.
The kitchen is a delight, comprising a range of hand-built units with a matching central island and breakfast bar, integrated larder cupboard, sink, dishwasher, bin unit, space for a range style cooker and American fridge/freezer, window to side, and both pendant lighting and LED spotlights.
The dining room is immediately off the kitchen, with a large bay window with French doors to take in the views, matching flooring and opening to the sitting room, with a similar bay window, recessed feature fireplace which could be used, if required. The views from these rooms is just wonderful.
Off the kitchen, a door leads to a snug with window to side and a door to the useful utility room with some additional storage, integrated sink, space for washing machine and appliances, window to front and door to the front courtyard. There is also a door to a large storage cupboard.
The first floor landing is spacious, with access to a large loft space (not inspected) which we know others within the row have converted, subject to the necessary consents. There is a door to the airing cupboard housing the boiler.
The main bedroom has the views, with ample space for wardrobes and a door to a modernised en-suite shower room, comprising a corner shower unit, WC and basin, part tiled walls, tiled floor, heated towel rail and window to side.
The en-suite backs onto the family bathroom, with similar tiles and enjoying a bath with shower over, WC, basin, window to side and heated towel rail.
A further double bedroom enjoys the views, as does a large single/small double fourth bedroom. The third double bedroom is at the front of the house, with a double aspect.
The gardens are a joy, being principally South facing with the views and enjoying a large paved terrace by the house, with a path down one side to the parking area for two cars at the bottom of the garden and accessed via The Avenue to the rear.
The remaining part of the rear garden is laid to lawn, with some flowerbeds, plants and shrubs, the whole garden being hedge and fence enclosed.
The front part of the garden is paved, with steps up to Sunnybank Close, the footpath to the High Street, some flower beds, a bin store, new timber garden shed and forming an attractive courtyard.
Valley View is located just off the High Street, yet tucked away with no road noise and no passing traffic. 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: F