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Groombridge Lane, Rural Eridge, TN3

Offers in Excess of
£675,000
Added on 06/07/2021
Mansell McTaggart, Crowborough
PROPERTY TYPE
Semi-Detached
BEDROOMS
×4
BATHROOMS
×1
SIZE
1,317 sq. ft.
(122 sq. m.)

Key features

  • Beautifully positioned 4 bedroom semi detached 1930's home with exceptional far reaching rural views
  • Large gardens and grounds extending to 0.75 acres
  • Light and spacious accommodation extending to 1,317 sq ft
  • Impressive sitting room
  • Spacious family room
  • Separate dining room
  • Private driveway leading to a detached double garage

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Located in a peaceful rural position, a fine four-bedroom attached 1930's home with stunning gardens and grounds extending to over ¾'s of an acre immediately adjoining open fields and rolling countryside with far reaching westerly views. This character home, constructed in 1936, is a former Abergavenny estate cottage and requires some general updating and modernisation throughout. The gardens and grounds are a particular feature enjoying a fine westerly aspect laid predominately to rolling lawn interspersed and flanked with numerous mature shrubs and trees. Within the grounds there is a large pond bound in part by low level blockwork which affords a fine view back across the gardens. The spacious and well-planned accommodation comprises in brief on the ground floor, a gabled entrance, an entrance lobby, an impressive sitting room, a family room with tiled fireplace, a good-sized dining room, a lobby/cloakroom, and a kitchen. From the entrance lobby a staircase rises to the first-floor landing, four good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside, the property is approached via a gravelled driveway which provides parking for a number of vehicles and leads in part to a detached double garage with twin up and over doors. The gardens and grounds are positioned to the rear and side of the property and provide a fine backdrop across the adjoining fields and rolling countryside beyond. The total plot extends to over ¾'s of an acre. EPC Band D.

LOCATION
Little Cobbarn is positioned in a quiet, rural location on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells and Crowborough forming part of the small hamlet of Eridge in the high weald area of outstanding natural beauty within a 'stones throw' of Eridge railway station providing services to London Bridge in approximately 60 minutes. The area itself offers two good country pubs, the Huntsman is with a short stroll and the Boars Head, in addition, there is also a petrol station on the main road with a small general store. Groombridge Village is approximately 2.3 miles distance which offers a highly regarded primary school, a village shop and a hairdresser whilst a more comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities can be found at Crowborough approximately 3 miles which offers several supermarkets including Waitrose and Morrison's. Tunbridge Wells is approximately 4 miles and offers a range of shopping and recreational facilities including the pretty Pantiles.

The accommodation and approximate room measurements comprise

GABLED ENTRANCE: UPVC front door with opaque double-glazed inserts into ENTRANCE LOBBY: staircase rising to the first-floor landing.

FAMILY ROOM: 12'4 x 9'11 double glazed window overlooking the side of the property enjoying fine rural views, tiled fireplace, picture rail, radiator.

SITTING ROOM: 22'5 x 9'11 double glazed windows overlooking the side of the property enjoying fine views across the gardens and grounds, radiators, coved ceiling.

DINING ROOM: 13' x 11'11 double glazed window overlooking the rear patio and gardens, deep walk-in under-stairs storage cupboard, further built-in shelved storage cupboard.

KITCHEN: 12'5 x 6'2 comprising single bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with cupboards beneath, work surfaces, further range of units to eye and base level, hatch giving access to additional loft space, double glazed windows overlooking the side and rear of the property, opaque double-glazed door opening to the rear patio and gardens.

INNER LOBBY/CLOAKROOM: comprising low level WC, wall mounted washbasin with tiled splash-back, opaque double-glazed window overlooking the rear of the property.

From the entrance lobby a staircase rises to the FIRST-FLOOR LANDING: airing cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder with slatted shelving over, hatch giving access to loft space.

BEDROOM 1: 13'6 x 10'0 double glazed window overlooking the front of the property enjoying stunning far reaching rural views, built-in wardrobe, radiator.

BEDROOM 2: 13'1 x 10'1 double glazed window overlooking the side of the property with fine views across the gardens and grounds, radiator.

BEDROOM 3: 11'11 x 7'10 double glazed window overlooking the rear of the property enjoying fine far-reaching rural views, radiator.

BEDROOM 4: 9'11 x 8'10 double glazed window overlooking the gardens and grounds, radiator.

BATHROOM: 8'6 x 5'7 comprising enclosed bath, pedestal washbasin, low level WC, part tiled walls, UPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear of the property enjoying outstanding far reaching rural views.

OUTSIDE
The property is approached via a gravel driveway which provides parking for extensive number of vehicles and leads to a DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE: 17'11 x 17'11 with twin up and over doors. There is an area of FRONT GARDEN: laid to lawn flanked by mature shrubs with a path leading to the gabled entrance.

GARDENS AND GROUNDS
A concrete terrace immediately adjoins the rear of the property beyond which are large expanses of rolling lawn interspersed with several mature shrubs and trees. A meandering pathway leads to the remainder of the gardens and further areas of lawn the whole enclosed by natural hedging and enjoying a stunning far reaching rural outlook across the adjoining fields, farmland, and countryside. Within the grounds there is a large pond with stone surround providing a pleasant backdrop. The gardens enjoy a predominately westerly aspect. The gardens and grounds extend to over ¾'s of an acre.

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Groombridge Lane, Rural Eridge, TN3

NEAREST STATIONS

Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Eridge Station0.5 miles
  • Ashurst Station3.2 miles
  • Crowborough Station3.5 miles
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