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Yew Tree Lane, Rotherfield, TN6

4 bed barn conversion for sale
Ref: A1NQ5000008PK8BIAU

About this property

  • Entrance hall
  • Drawing room
  • Dining room
  • Family Room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Principal bedroom with en suite
  • Three further bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Double garage with integrated store room and a detached double car barn
  • Garden office

Occupying an enviable semi-rural position, a beautifully styled individual home of considerable character and charm with wonderful gardens surrounded by beautiful countryside.

Occupying a privileged semi-rural position surrounded by wonderful countryside and with views of the same, this individual attached house dates back to c.1850 and is full of character and charm which needs to ...

Occupying an enviable semi-rural position, a beautifully styled individual home of considerable character and charm with wonderful gardens surrounded by beautiful countryside.

Occupying a privileged semi-rural position surrounded by wonderful countryside and with views of the same, this individual attached house dates back to c.1850 and is full of character and charm which needs to be visited in person to be fully appreciated.

Presented and styled beautifully throughout with spacious and versatile living accommodation, the property is approached via a pretty brick path leading to the vaulted entrance hall which, with stairs rising to a galleried landing, gives a fabulous first impression. The kitchen/breakfast room is an excellent space and runs the depth of the property with windows to one end and French doors to the other opening directly to the garden. There is a flagstone floor and the kitchen is very well fitted with extensive floor and wall mounted units with stone worksurfaces and a range of appliances. The cabinetry continues into the breakfast area where there is an additional sink and bespoke shelving, wood panelling and well thought-out lighting give this part of the house a lovely feel. In addition to the kitchen/breakfast room there are three very good receptions rooms. A well proportioned drawing room has a wood burning stove set within a brick fireplace which is complimented by a feature brick wall and has windows and fine arched doors opening to the garden. Double glass doors from the drawing room open into the family room which has extensive book shelving and an 18ft separate dining room is adjacent to the kitchen. A cloakroom and storage cupboards in the hall complete the ground floor.

Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, all accessed from the galleried landing and each with lovely outlooks. The principal bedroom is excellent with a feature window looking out across the gardens and beyond, fitted cupboards and a luxurious private bathroom with walk-in shower. The second bedroom also has a fabulous individual window and the family bathroom is equally well fitted with a lovely roll-top bath.

Outside
The gardens and grounds are an absolute delight and are made up of several components. Immediately adjoining the house is a beautiful secluded garden – laid to lawn and with beds full of established plants, shrubs and trees including an incredible Acer which, with a lovely pond beneath, provides a lovely spot in which to sit and relax as does a sunken terrace under a vine covered pergola. A personal door from the garden opens to the garage with two ‘up and over’ doors and space within the roof for storage. A room has been cleverly created for further secure storage but which could, with the addition of a window, make a lovely study/home office. In addition to the garage there is an open-fronted double English Heritage car barn and a spacious driveway which provides parking for numerous vehicles.

The remainder of the outside space is made up of c.1 acre of rectangular land, nearly all grassed but with a small pond with rockery which is teaming with wildlife. A detached timber office with its own decking, has power, lighting and wifi and there is a shed, greenhouse and chicken coup/run with productive raised beds along with numerous apple, plum, pear and damson trees. From the rear boundary, where a footpath provides access to the surrounding countryside, there are beautiful views back across the house and with ancient woodland providing a stunning backdrop, this is wonderful place to spend time outside.

Situation
Occupying an enviable tucked-away semi-rural position just over a mile (by car) from the centre of Rotherfield and with some glorious footpaths and bridleways on the doorstep this property forms part of a Victorian farm enclave which was converted to four dwellings some time ago. The Cuckoo Line Stores - a well-supported local shop is at the end of Yew Tree Lane, about 500m away and there are further shops and pubs within the village itself along with a highly regarded primary school. More comprehensive shopping and train stations can be found in Crowborough (4 miles) and Tunbridge Wells (7.5 miles) and the area is very well served with schools for boys and girls of all ages.

Additional Information
Services: Mains electricity and water. LPG gas, private drainage shared between five properties.

Local Authority: Wealden District Council - Band F



Key Information

Council Tax Band: F

Tenure: Freehold