- Light and spacious detached three bedroom family house.
- Scope for extension and modernisation.
- Located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac.
- Within easy access of schools, shops and mainline railway station.
- Garage and off road parking.
- NO CHAIN.
Offering considerable scope for extension and modernisation is this bright and deceptively spacious detached 1960s family home, located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac within easy access of the schools, shops and station, comprising three bedrooms, bathroom, sitting room, dining room and kitchen, plus an attached garage, parking and a corner plot with private rear gardens. NO CHAIN. EPC Rating D
10 Weald View is an un-modified house dating from the 1960s, enjoying original accommodation to include three bedrooms, bathroom, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, hallway and cloakroom, plus an attached garage and off road parking, as well as a private corner plot location at the end of a cul-de-sac.
The house has features typical of the era, to include large double glazed windows to allow a lot of light in, and good ceiling heights.
The house offers considerable scope for extension and modification, with space to the side to extend, and the garage to convert, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents, although many houses in the close have been enlarged in the past.
One enters via the front hall, with a window to side and a door to a cloakroom, with a WC and basin.
A door from the hall leads into the large sitting room, with large window to front and slim window to side, fireplace and open staircase to the first floor.
A further door leads to the dining room, with sliding glass doors to the rear garden and hatch to the kitchen.
The kitchen is a dual aspect room, with a range of cupboards and drawers, space for several appliances, integrated sink and cooker, plus window to rear and side, plus a door to the side garden.
The first floor provides a landing, with a large window to side, door to an airing cupboard and loft access (not inspected), with integrated ladder.
The master bedroom and second bedroom are at the rear of the house, and both have rather lovely views all the way to the North Downs and both have fitted wardrobes.
The third bedroom is at the front of the house, again with fitted wardrobes, and the bathroom is adjacent, comprising a yellow suite of bath, WC and basin, part tiled walls and towel rail.
Outside, to the front is a charming garden with flower beds and a central lawn, plus a drive to the side leading to the garage and a path t the front door.
There is a gate to the side, leading to the rear garden, via a wider than average side garden, due to the corner plot location. The rear garden is very private, with mature hedges to side and rear. Behind the garage is a covered patio, whilst the majority of the garden is laid to lawn, there are flower bed borders.
The property is located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in the very popular Sparrows Green area approximately a mile to the High Street and mainline station.
Wadhurst is a very pretty and characterful village with a pretty, predominantly Period High Street in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which has much to offer.
Wadhurst also offers Churches of various denominations within a good and strong community. From a social point of view there are many choices to be made from Period Inns, Gastro Pubs, Restaurants, Cafés, an Art Gallery and many other Societies and Clubs.
From a shopping perspective there is a very good a local supermarket and Post Office, a family run butchers, chemist, delicatessen, a high quality gift shop and ladies outfitters, an excellent library and book shop.
Wadhurst also benefits from a very good local Doctor’s Practice and Dentist. There is an excellent choice of education and care from Nurseries and Primary Schools through to Secondary schools, for both boys and girls, in the private and state sector.
Nearby leisure facilities include tennis, an excellent children’s playground and a Community sports centre. There are also beautiful walks on the numerous footpaths and bridleways that criss-cross the area, the ever popular Bedgebury Pinetum and Bewl Water Reservoir which offers sailing and other outdoor pursuits.
Approximately 6 miles North of Wadhurst 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.
Also within 45 minutes of Wadhurst there is the Coast with all that it has to offer. In terms of places to visit, within an easy drive are various National Trust properties such as Bodiam Castle, Sissinghurst with its famous and beautiful gardens, Scotney Castle and Batemans (Rudyard Kipling’s former home).
Council Tax Band: E. All mains services.