- An attractive, sizeable Grade II Listed semi-detached property with character, charm and many period features
- Brick inglenook fireplace, beams and latch doors, all in a central village location
- Family accommodation arranged over three floors
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Large Reception Rooms
- Kitchen / Breakfast Room
- 2 Bathrooms and Cloakroom
- Gas central heating
- Off road parking for two vehicles, garden with summer house.
- AVAILABLE NOW
An attractive, sizeable Grade II Listed semi-detached property with character, charm and many period features including brick inglenook fireplace, beams and latch doors, all in a central village location. The family accommodation is arranged over three floors with 4 Bedrooms, 2 large reception rooms and Kitchen/Breakfast Room, 2 Bathrooms and Cloakroom, Gas central heating, off road parking for two vehicles and garden with summer house. AVAILABLE END OF SEPTEMBER. EPC Exempt.
Croft House forms a very pretty, Grade II Listed cottage, on the High Street in the popular village of Ticehurst. The surprisingly large accommodation is perfect for families, offering four good sized bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility area and cloakroom.
The gardens are landscaped, with topiary hedges to front, with a front path to the High Street, whilst the rear brick courtyard offers external dining space and a further pathway leads between flower bed borders with yew arches to an area with vegetable patches and a Summer House. There are two rear gates leading to the shared driveway and two off road parking spaces, with a door through the brick wall to a foot path leading across fields to Bewl Reservoir. There is also a shed to the rear of the garden.
The rent does currently include a gardener for a couple of hours each fortnight.
Being located on the edge of the High Street, one can easily walk to the main square, approximately 200 yards away, with a good range of local shops including greengrocer, fishmonger, chemist, coffee shop and general store with post office, florist, gallery, local garage, the renowned Bell Inn, two other public houses on the edge of the village and further shops.
There is a primary school, an excellent nursery and a range of sporting facilities including those at Bewl Reservoir, Bedgebury Pinetum and Dale Hill Golf Club and sports centre.
There is also a local Church, foot paths that criss-cross the nearby countryside and a lovely community spirit.
Wadhurst is just a few miles distant with a further array of shops and services within its pretty, predominantly Period High Street. 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.
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.
The Spa Town of Tunbridge Wells with all its shopping facilities, industrial business parks, cinema and theatres is approximately 11 miles North, whilst access to the A21 is within four miles and main-line stations at Stonegate (approximately 3 miles), Wadhurst (approximately 6 miles) and Tunbridge Wells, all offering regular services to London and the Coast.