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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Cousley Wood, Wadhurst

Withdrawn from Market £825,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Double Fronted House
  • Generous Flexible Reception Space
  • Annexe Potential
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen/Family Room
  • 4 Bedrooms & Bathroom
  • Established Private Rear Garden
  • Detached Garage Buildng

Full description

An excellent opportunity to acquire a most interesting, double fronted, detached residence that affords the most generous reception space and enjoys an appealing rural location between Wadhurst and Lamberhurst.


Bedroom 2 
Also enjoying twin aspects with windows to the side and front. Two radiators. Two ranges of built-in wardrobe cupboards.

Bedroom 3 
Window to the side. Pretty cast iron fireplace (not functional). Double radiator.

Bedroom 4 
Window to the rear. Double radiator. Extensive range of book / display shelving to one wall.

Bathroom 
A white suite comprising a steel bath with mixer taps and shower head. Mosaic tiled splashbacks. WC. Wash basin with further splashback. Towel rail / radiator.

OUTSIDE 
There is a gate to the front and a pathway which accesses the side of the property and extends via an external gas meter to a potting area adjacent to the trades door from the utility room where there is also a outside tap. THE ESTABLISHED PRIVATE REAR GARDEN is a most delightful feature of the property and includes a seating area adjacent to the house and a large level lawn interspersed with assorted specimen trees and shrubs. Further concealed seating areas and to the rear boundary there is a DETACHED GARAGE BUILDING, panelled under a slate roof, where there is also some additional off road parking.

ROUTE TO VIEW 
From our office in Tunbridge Wells High Street proceed south on the A267 (towards Eastbourne) and pass through the village of Frant. Take a left turn onto the B2099 (signposted Wadhurst) and proceed past the station taking a left turn at Durgates onto the B2100 and continue to Cousley Wood where 'Brambleden' will be found on the left just before the Old Vine public house.

ACCOMMODATION 

Ground Floor 
At the side of the property, there is an ENTRANCE PORCH with a built-in seat and light. Part glazed inner door to:

Hallway 
Radiator. Thermostat. Staircase up.

Games Room / Studio 
This panelled room has window to the front and secondary access with a door to the front elevation. Assorted spotlights to the ceiling. Wall heaters. Twin double doors to:

Dining Room 
Continuation of the natural timber flooring. Further window to the front elevation. Low voltage spotlights. Door to:

Inner Lobby 

Cloakroom /WC 
Fitted with a WC and wash basin. Wall mounted Worcester gas fired boiler.

Kitchen / Family Room 
KITCHEN AREA There is a central two ring Aga with Shaker-style units to either side and suspended eye level glazed cabinets. Walk-in pantry. FAMILY AREA There is a window to the side elevation. Radiator. Pot bellied stove. Natural timber flooring.

Living Room 
A stunning room with a vaulted ceiling and enjoys twin aspects with windows to the side plus windows and glazed double doors to the rear elevation overlooking the rear garden. Exposed beams. Wood burner set on a slate hearth. Radiator.

Utility Room 
U-shaped sweep of natural timber working surfaces inset with a deep glazed sink with mixer taps above. Base units and utility space beneath, plus plumbing provision for dishwasher and washing machine. Suspended eye level cupboards. Plate rack. Quarry tiled floor. Radiator. Stable-style trades door to the side.

First Floor 

Generous Split Level Landing 
Loft hatch and ladder.

Principal Bedroom 
Twin aspects with windows to the front and side. Panelled walls and a part vaulted ceiling. Two radiators. Two recessed wardrobe cupboards.

TO BE SOLD 
An excellent opportunity to acquire a generously proportioned detached double fronted property, constructed with facing brick and tile hung upper elevations, under a pitched tiled roof. The accommodation affords the flexibility of use with substantial reception space that provides potential for an annexe for a dependent relative or a work from home facility, subject to the necessary Local Authority Consents. The vaulted living room has full height picture windows overlooking the delightful well stocked garden. The accommodation has gas fired central heating, much double glazing and a host of character features.

VIEWING 
By appointment with Bracketts.

SITUATION 
This property enjoys a rural position between Wadhurst and Lamberhurst on the B2100. It is about 1.5 miles from Wadhurst village and railway station, the latter affording commuter services to London in approximately 65 minutes. The picturesque village itself has a variety of local shops, independent retailers and provides day to day amenities, as well as a post office and both primary and secondary schools. Within the area generally there are many foot and bridle paths into neighbouring countryside. Bewl Water is close by and Lamberhurst and Dale Hill Golf Courses are approximately 3.3 miles and 6.4 miles respectively. Tunbridge Wells with its more comprehensive shopping and cultural amenities is about 7 miles distant.

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05 August 2016

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