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Guide Price 1,850,000 - 1,950,000. An impressive and substantial detached Grade II listed Oast House set in a rural location with stunning countryside views. 5 bedrooms, 4 reception rooms, kitchen / breakfast room, triple bay garage, superb gardens and paddock of circa 3.5 acres.
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A superb conversion of a Grade II Listed detached twin roundel Oast and barn with further additions. The property benefits from a spacious and light interior with many original features including exposed brickwork and beams. The Oast offers well proportioned rooms with good ceiling heights throughout. The Ground floor consists of a spacious entrance hall which opens to the first and second floor galleried landing, drawing room with a large inglenook and a triple aspect with long windows overlooking the garden. The kitchen/ breakfast room is situated one of the roundels and opens to a delightful vaulted sitting room with oak flooring, under floor heating and double doors to the garden and the courtyard. This room then opens to the dining room also with oak floor.
There is a roundel family room, office and workshop. The roundel master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and benefits from planning consent to change the layout with a staircase to a bathroom above, the present bathroom becoming a dressing room. There are a further four bedrooms two of which have en-suite shower rooms and a family bathroom.
The property is accessed over a private driveway through electric gates which open to a wide gravel courtyard area and driveway with parking for several cars. There is a triple open fronted oak frame garage which has an external staircase and a large store room above which has planning consent to add dormer windows for office accommodation. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a long terrace by the house, numerous shrubs, an orchard and a pond. On the opposite side of the private lane is a 2 acre paddock. In all the property extends to approximately 3.5 acres. Agents note; There is planning consent for a swimming pool and pool house.
The property is set off a quiet, private lane in rural surroundings to the south of Eridge Green. The property enjoys delightful outlooks to the front and rear, and is less than 0.5 miles from Eridge mainline railway station. The attractive village of Groombridge is about 1.3 miles for local shops including a bakers and general store, pubs and St Thomas' primary school. Crowborough is nearby and provides supermarkets and sports and leisure centre is about 4 miles. The Royal spa town of Tunbridge Wells is approximately 3.5 miles distant and offers a vast range of shopping facilities and mainline train station with commuter services to London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street. The A21 provides access to the M25 and national motorway network with connections to London Heathrow and Gatwick airports, the Channel Tunnel and ferry ports. The area is served by a wide range of schools for children of all ages, with state, private & grammer schools to choose from.