- Light and spacious 3 bedroom home
- Quiet residential location within easy walking distance of the village
- Countryside views
- Large sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room and additional reception room
- 2 double bedrooms, 1 single and bathroom
- Split level garden
A light and spacious 3 bedroom semi-detached family home, situated in a quiet residential area within easy walking distance of village amenities and overlooking surrounding countryside.
Situation: The property is situated in a quiet and central residential area in the much sought after village of Wadhurst close to the
village High Street yet enjoying a rural outlook. The High Street is approximately ½ mile distant and offers an excellent range of shops
and services for everyday needs including a Jempson’s Local store and post office, cafés, butcher, baker, bookshop, pharmacy, florist,
off licence, public houses, as well as a doctor’s surgery, dentist, primary school and the well regarded Uplands Community College and
For the commuter, Wadhurst mainline station is about 1½ miles distant and provides a regular service to London Charing Cross/
Cannon Street in under an hour. The A21 is also within easy reach and links with the M25 and coastal routes and there are regular bus
services to the regional centre of Tunbridge Wells, which is about 6 miles distant and provides a comprehensive range of amenities
including the Royal Victoria Shopping centre, cinema complex and theatres.
The beautiful surrounding countryside is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and includes Snape Woodlands, which can
be reached via a public footpath off Washwell Lane, and Bewl Water Reservoir, reputedly the largest area of inland water in the South
East, where a wide range of water sports can be enjoyed.
Description: 15 Snape View is a well presented 3 bedroom family home built with brick elevations and partially tile hung under a
pitched tile roof with double glazed windows throughout.
The property which is approached via steps provides accommodation on two floors. The front door which is located on the side of
house leads into a light and spacious entrance hall with laminated flooring, there is a patio door which provides access to the garden
and allows extra light into the hall. On the ground floor there is a well proportioned sitting room with views over the garden and
countryside beyond, kitchen/breakfast room with a range of white gloss wall and base units, a 1½ bowl sink with draining board and
space for a cooker, plumbing for a washing machine and one other under the counter appliance, a further reception room which could
be used as a family room/study or occasional 4
th bedroom overlooking the front garden and cloakroom with wc and pedestal basin.
The stairs lead from the hall to the first floor and a good-sized landing with storage cupboards and shelving which includes a large
airing cupboard housing the hot water tank, together with the loft hatch complete with loft ladder. There are three bedrooms two
being double bedrooms with useful storage areas, a single and a bathroom. The bathroom suite comprises of a bath with shower
attachment, pedestal basin and wc.
To the front of the property is an area of lawn with a path leading to the rear garden. The secluded rear garden is divided into two
levels, with a patio, play area and shed on the upper level and a further smaller paved area with a second shed below. The garden also
provides shared access to an area of unallocated parking to the rear of the property. Additional on street parking is available at the
front of the property or nearby parking bays.
Services: Mains water and electricity
Local Authority: Wealden District Council (01892) 653311
Council tax band: D (£2,552 per annum)
Current EPC Rating: F