An attractive, Period mid-terraced property, enjoying spacious accommodation over two floors to include 2/3 bedrooms, open plan kitchen/dining room, attractive sitting room, good sized rear gardens and offering ample scope to extend both into the attic and to the rear, as per neighbouring properties. EPC Rating: C.
The property forms an attractive Period terraced property, enjoying well-presented accommodation, good sized gardens and ample scope to extend both into the roof and also to the rear, following the properties in the row, subject to any necessary planning consents.
From the front door, one enters into an entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor with under-stairs cupboard, wooden flooring and radiator. A door on the left leads into the sitting room, complete with a feature fireplace, currently unused but which could be opened and with shelving to either side, window to front and wooden flooring.
The kitchen/dining room at the rear of the property forms an attractive open space with door and window overlooking the rear garden, comprising a range of cream cupboards and drawers, with worktop, quarry tiled floor, chimney with shelved recess to side, space for washing machine, inset ceramic ‘Butler’ sink, range style cooker and fridge and freezer, tiled splashbacks wall mounted boiler.
The first floor comprises an open landing, with doors to all rooms.
The principal bedroom is at the front of the house, enjoying an attractive view over properties opposite and out towards the Rother Valley beyond, plus, an array of fitted wardrobes, and high level cupboards either side of the chimney breast.
The second bedroom is at the rear of the property with the chimney breast and recesses to either side window to rear. Whilst the third bedroom, currently used as an office, also enjoys the views to the front over the rooftops of properties opposite.
The bathroom comprises a roll top bath with mixer tap and shower over, glass shower screen, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, obscure glazed window to rear, tiled splashbacks, black and white chequered tile effect flooring and towel rail.
Outside, the property has a pretty front garden with the front path to the front door and an iron gate against the lane to the front.
The rear garden has an area of concrete patio immediately behind the house, plus a paved pathway, all the way down the garden with an area of lawn, followed by flowerbeds, which hide the vegetable patch, children’s den and shed.
The house is situated in a lane, approximately 300 yards from the Rose and Crown Pub, and approximately 1/3 of a mile from the 16th Century beauty of Mayfield High Street and within striking distance of all amenities.
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. For more comprehensive facilities Tunbridge Wells is 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.
Gas fired heating, and all mains services connected. Council tax band C