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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Rogers Rough Road, Kilndown, Cranbrook, Kent

Sold STC £850,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Cranbrook School catchment area
  • Over 4,000 sq ft inc cellar
  • 4 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • 4 Double Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Basement & Cellar
  • Swimming Pool
  • Gardens and Grounds
  • A21 only 2 miles

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A beautifully presented attached period house providing exceptional family living and entertaining space in the heart of the village * Cranbrook School catchment area *
* 4 Reception Rooms * Kitchen/Breakfast Room * 4 Double Bedrooms (1 En Suite) * Family Bathroom & Shower Room * Basement & Cellar * Heated Swimming Pool & Summerhouse * Gardens and Grounds of 0.43 acres * EPC D.

Situation
Located in the conservation area of the quiet village of Kilndown, The Rainbow is set in the heart of the village and adjacent to the Globe and Rainbow fine dining restaurant and public house. The nearby villages of Goudhurst and Lamberhurst provide a good range of local shops, public houses and facilities and Tunbridge Wells offers comprehensive shopping, restaurants, leisure facilities and services.

Within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there are a host of leisure and tourist attractions nearby including Scotney and Sissinghurst Castles (National Trust), Bedgebury Pinetum, various golf courses and vineyards, plus opportunities for walking, cycling and water sports at Bewl Water Reservoir. There is a public footpath directly opposite the house providing access to the Scotney Castle Estate with miles of fabulous walks over open farmland and through woodlands.

Rail services from Marden, Paddock Wood and Frant provide services to London with journey times of under an hour. The A21 is close by leading to the M25 for Gatwick and Heathrowairports and the City. There are bus services to Wadhurst, Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone and there is a school bus stop for daily services to local schools during term time.

The Rainbow is situated in the highly regarded Cranbrook School catchment area. Numerous further excellent schools are nearby including St Ronans and Marlborough House at Hawkhurst, Dulwich Preparatory at Cranbrook and further girls' and boys' grammar schools at Tunbridge Wells.

Description
A beautifully presented attached period house providing exceptional family living and entertaining space in the heart of the village. Cranbrook School catchment area

The Rainbow is an attractive period attached village house, formerly an inn, dating from the 18th century and subsequently extended to provide bright and airy accommodation. The property presents attractive elevations of painted brick, render and peg tiles housing timber casement windows under a pitched roof. The symmetrical frontage is particularly pleasing displaying a central traditional storm porch and pretty gabled windows above.

Internally, a wealth of period features are on display including some fine beams and timbers, panelled doors and fireplaces. The accommodation benefits from neutral and tasteful décor throughout and has been subject to an extensive range of improvements. The drawing room is particularly inviting having two fireplaces, one with a wood burning stove, and French doors to the wrap-around terrace. There are two further reception rooms plus a family room which is open plan to the superb kitchen/breakfast room, creating perfect entertaining space for all seasons. Upstairs are four pretty bedrooms, one of which is en suite and a family bathroom.

Agents Notes
i) The property is subject to an area of flying freehold.
ii) The front garden is not included within the Registered Title of the property.

Features
o Triple aspect drawing room with two fireplaces - one housing cast iron wood burning stove - French doors to terrace
o Two further versatile reception rooms
o Superb bright kitchen/breakfast room with an extensive range of contemporary cabinets with granite work-tops over & integral appliances including Rangemaster range cooker (electric) & dishwasher
o Adjacent family room with lofty ceiling and tall windows/French doors providing lovely garden views
o Utility room with extensive storage - boot room - dloakroom
o Master bedroom with fitted wardrobe & en suite bathroom including traditional white suite
o Three further pretty double bedrooms
o Family bathroom incorporating traditional white suite and tiling
o Contemporary shower room with rain shower head & natural stone vessel hand basin on oak cabinet - floor to ceiling mosaic tiling & under-floor heating
o Internal basement & externally accessed cellar providing extensive storage
o Heated swimming pool
o Pretty detached summer house with power and light connected
o Landscaped gardens and grounds of 0.43 acres

Outside
At the front the gardens are enclosed by Yew hedging and feature a stone pathway flanked by lawn interspersed with mature shrubs. To the side, a gravel driveway provides parking for numerous vehicles and gives access to the house.

At the rear, the gardens are a delight, encompassed by brick walling and Beech hedging and flanked at the rear by the village cricket pitch and open farmland. There is a substantial stone terrace, which may be accessed directly from French doors from the house creating the perfect spot for summer parties. From here, the lawns are interspersed with a number of specimen and indigenous trees, leading down to the swimming pool. This is set in a secluded spot, enclosed by low brick walling with espaliered apple trees to the west. The heated pool is surrounded by beautiful natural stone paving which wraps around to provide a sunbathing area and there is a pretty timber summerhouse with light and power adjacent with French doors facing the pool.

The landscaped gardens and grounds are cleverly lit for evening entertaining during the summer months. The gardens provide far reaching views towards Bedgebury Pinetum. There is about 0.43 acres in all.

Property Information
Services: Oil fired central heating. Mains water, drainage and electricity. Under floor heating in shower room. Sky tv points in all principal rooms.
Local Authority: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council: Council Tax Band D.
Fixtures and fittings: Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Jackson-Stops & Staff. Tel: 01580 720000

Private Finance
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Directions
From Cranbrook proceed on the A262 to Goudhurst. Pass through the village centre and continue down the hill. After about half a mile turn left into Rantners Lane. Proceed for 1.8 miles entering the village/hamlet of Kilndown and The Rainbow will be seen on the left hand side, immediately after The Globe and Rainbow public house with a driveway entrance from Rogers Rough Road.

A21 - 2 miles
Cranbrook 7 miles
Marden Station 7 miles
Frant Station 8 miles
Tunbridge Wells 11 miles
London 43 miles


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28 February 2017

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