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Guide Price 725,000 - 775,000. A charming family home built in the 1930's which provides spacious accommodation over two floors and retains many features of the period. The accommodation is immaculately presented throughout and includes an Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Family Room,
Cloakroom, Shower Room, 4 Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Front & Rear Gardens, Driveway Parking, Detached Garage.
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A charming family home built in the 1930's, providing spacious accommodation over two floors and retaining many features of the period. The property is entered through a covered entrance porch which opens into a spacious hallway. The sitting room is well proportioned with a wood burning stove and slate hearth, and a large bay window providing plenty of light. The dining room to the front of the house has an open fireplace with slate hearth, and opens into the garden room /study, which has French doors opening directly to the garden. There is a good size kitchen/breakfast room with a range of fitted wall and floor units and complimentary work surfaces, a Rangemaster duel fuel range cooker and dishwasher. Doors open from the kitchen/breakfast room onto the sun terrace. There is also a useful utility room, WC and shower room.
From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor landing, off which there is a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Two of the bedrooms have access to a spacious balcony with glorious views to the Cricket Club and beyond.
The property is approached over a private driveway providing off road parking and access to the detached garage. The gardens are a particular feature of the property being mainly laid to lawn with a paved sun terrace ideal for outside entertaining. There are raised beds with established plants and shrubs, areas of lawn to the front as well as the rear, and gated access to the cricket club. The gardens measure approximately 0.3 acres (unmeasured).
Situated on the outskirts of Mayfield village, yet very close to the High Street shops and facilities which include a post office as well as the village hall, church, primary school and St Leonards Roman Catholic Girls Boarding School. Mayfield has an extensive range of social societies and activities. The market town of Heathfield offers a more comprehensive range of shops and facilities and in the general area there is a good variety of recreational facilities, footpaths and bridleways across beautiful uninterrupted Sussex countryside. The larger town of Tunbridge Wells is less than 10 miles distant and offers an extensive range of shops, restaurants and amenities. Easy access to London from Wadhurst, Tunbridge Wells or Crowborough Stations.
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