A rare, secluded but not isolated individual home set in 2 acres of formal garden and with views over the properties woodland amounting to 17.5 acres. Built in 2005 providing adaptable and spacious accommodation extending to 5,300 sq ft. FIBRE OPTIC BROADBAND and ECO FRIENDLY Central Heating. Well proportioned rooms with flowing, family orientated living rooms including ground floor accommodation suitable for disabled living. Large double garage and Studio (potential annexe subject to p.p.). 12 minutes to main line station (6.2 miles). Equidistant (3 miles) Mayfield and Heathfield. Choice of Master Bedroom either on the ground floor or first floor as each of the 5 bedrooms has a full bathroom (2 with spa baths) walk-in wardrobe and extensive built-in wardrobes. The ground floor has a balcony running along two sides of the property with access from 2 bedrooms, conservatory and sitting room. The lower ground floor is a vastly adaptable area for multiple uses with a large games room, very large utility room with cellar and store room. The grounds surrounding the property are totally private and adjoin farmland and woodland. Immediately around the house are gardens of approximately 2 acres with level areas of lawn and a courtyard 'working garden' with vegetable, cut flower and herb beds. More formal rose beds and herbaceous borders are at the front of the house alongside the driveway which has two access points with electric gates (currently disconnected). The ancient woodlands were initially planted as charcoal woods and the trees are mainly, Ash, Hornbeam, Chestnut and Oak. The wood has been naturally managed with livestock and coppicing which has allowed the canopy to let in plenty of light and there are swathes of bluebells and orchids with pathways to enjoy walks.
A quiet, 'no through' lane with a few other properties well spaced out with their own land around them. The lane divides into a fork and the property is down the left fork whilst the right fork has a bridle path and public footpath leading through lovely woodland and farms towards Mayfield. Located exactly 3 miles from the highly sought after village of Mayfield with it's pretty High Street, local primary school and St Leonards School for girls. Also 3 miles from Heathfield, which is a market town, still holding two markets a week and a farmers market once a month. Having Waitrose, Sainsburys and two other supermarkets in addition to a good range of local shops and amenities, primary schools and Heathfield Community College. The larger towns of Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne are both about 30 minutes drive and have a more comprehensive range of amenities and both private and state schooling (including Grammar schools). Stonegate station is 6.2 miles and has a regular commuter service to London Bridge, Waterloo and Charing Cross.
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Foresters, Heathfield17 High Street, Heathfield, TN21 8LU
01435 688020 Local call rate