Coombers forms a Neo-Georgian style family house, with an attractive symmetrical facade and good sized rooms with elegant proportions.
There is a mix of styles within the house, with some rooms with parquet flooring, others carpeted, some original radiators and windows, some updated radiators and double glazed windows.
One accesses the house via the front door, into an entrance hall with window to front and door to a cloakroom with WC, basin and further window to front. The reception hall is a light space, with an open staircase to the first floor partly galleried landing, with a window to front, parquet flooring and coat cupboard.
Double doors lead into the sitting room, with curved window to front, two windows to side, feature fireplace and double doors into a conservatory beyond, from which one can enjoy the outlook across the fields and woodland to the rear.
There is a family room/study to front, also with a curved bay widow to front and a former fireplace, built in cupboards and parquet flooring. Double doors from the reception hall lead the dining room to rear, again with built in cupboards and a hatch to the kitchen, which is also accessed from the reception hall.
The kitchen comprises a range of pine cupboards and drawers, complete with worktop and integrated one and half bowl sink with drainer, dishwasher, four ring gas hob with extractor above, chest level oven and grill, space for the fridge/freezer and a boiler cupboard. There are two windows to rear, terracotta tiled floor and a door to the utility room beyond, with space and plumbing for further appliances, window and door to front and window and door to the rear garden.
A further door leads into the integral double garage, slightly extended by the previous owners, it is now a large space, with electric up and over door to the front.
The first floor comprises a central landing, with built in cupboard and access to all bedrooms. The master bedroom enjoys the best outlook to the rear, an opening to a dressing room, with built in wardrobes and further door to the en-suite bathroom, comprising a bath with taps and shower over, shower screen, WC and basin, part tiled walls and window to rear.
Of the three other double bedrooms, two face the front and on faces the rear, and a family bathroom serves the bedrooms, with a tiled, enclosed shower, separate bath, WC and basin, part tiled walls and window to front.
Outside, there is a tarmac driveway with five bar gate to front, leading to the garage and parking area, with steps up to the utility room door and further steps leading up to a path to the front door. The front garden is mature, with a large silver birch and front hedge and fence. There are a few flower beds by the house, but the rear is laid to lawn, with a brick built garden store, large conifer. The rear garden forms a patio area, with good views across the garden and land beyond, with an area of lawn leading to the beech hedge, backing on to fields and woodland beyond.
Coombers is located in Coggins Mill Lane, Mayfield, approximately 2/3 of a mile from the High Street and with easy access to footpaths for walks into the countryside and footpaths that lead to the centre of the village.
The 16th Century beauty of Mayfield High Street includes facilities such as 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 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.