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Price Range 650,000 - 675,000
An opportunity to acquire this stunning period property offering huge potential in a highly sought after location
Approach the property via an unmade track serving only two properties, a gated entrance encloses a generous parking area for several vehicles whilst gardens wrap around a timber clad and stone exterior. Dating back to the 18th century and hosting an array of period quirks and charm - the property allows room for improvement and renovation although the current offering is more than liveable with. On the first floor there are four bedrooms and two bathrooms whilst downstairs there are a number of reception rooms that could be utilised in a variety of ways, or even knocked through to form larger spaces - subject to consents..
To the rear of the property there is a large garden with the plot spanning around 0.75 acre. The rear garden faces in a Westerly direction and overlooks beautiful rolling countryside beyond. Mainly laid to lawn with mature trees surrounding and an area of patio, ideal for alfresco entertaining.
Located on the outskirts of the village of Mayfield offering a fantastic range of local amenities including shops, butchers and local pubs. This picturesque village offers far more than amenities combined with a wealth of charm and history it has a thriving community spirit which can be witnessed upon walking the high street itself. The area is well served with independent and state schools and offers a good range of recreational activities including walking and riding at Ashdown Forest which boasts spectacular views over the Sussex countryside and is known over the world as the 'home' of Winnie-the-Pooh. The village sits within six miles of both the Wadhurst and Crowborough mainline stations which offer regular services to London Bridge and Charing Cross. The village itself is situated nearly ten miles to the south of Royal Tunbridge Wells, where more comprehensive shopping amenities can be found with a charming blend of independent retailers at the historic Pantiles..
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