GUIDE PRICE, £995,000-£1,150,000
The farmhouse origins of this lovely New England style home are reflected in its siting, cut spectacularly into the hillside corner of what was an arable and sheep farm. The property and its surroundingsare stunning, a hidden jewel in the popular village of Lamberhurst.
You pass refurbished outbuildings on your way to the house that were once tractor sheds; lawns now exist where hop plants were grown. Inside the building, the farmhouse theme continues with a spaciousfamily kitchen where many can gather around the kitchen table to celebrate family events.
The kitchen is reached via an entrance hall which also provides access to a beautifully windowed lounge with views over the garden; after which a study can be entered. Along the hall are three groundfloor bedrooms (two benefiting by ensuites) that provide a sense of how this deceptively spacious house can suit different family dynamics. There is also a utility and cloak room adding further versatility.
Upstairs, the first floor boasts the master suite with a generous, Juliet-balconied bedroom, en-suite and dressing room, all giving a sense of the luxury you are looking for. Two further bedroomsalong with the house bathroom are also sited on the first floor.
The grounds of the property offer so much space for doing anything you could desire – parties, gatherings, perhaps even a return to micro agriculture! This home is truly something special but theonly way to appreciate it is to come and see for yourself.
Positioned down a quiet lane yet only a short walk to the village making this an ideal location for those looking for a country life yet not be too far away from civilisation.
The picturesque village of Lamberhurst is positioned in the Kent countryside and a short drive from Bells Yew Green and Tunbridge Wells mainline rail stations. The village itself is steeped with history and surrounded by wonderful places to visit such as Scotney Castle or the beautiful Bewl Water ideal for recreational walks or sailing for the adventurous .
Old English public houses are a short walk away in the village which still has a huge sense of community and more can be found on
This wonderful sized reception will be ideal for relaxing or parties with double doors leading to the garden.
First Floor Landing
First Floor Landing
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