Situation: The property is situated on the outskirts of Wadhurst in the sought after hamlet of Cousley Wood with its popular inn, The Old Vine, and is within a mile of Bewl Water. Wadhurst High Street is approximately 1½ miles distant and offers an excellent range of shops and services for everyday needs including a Jempson's Local store, a Co-op convenience store, café, butcher, baker, greengrocer, bookshop, pharmacy, post office, florist, off licence, banks, public houses, as well as a doctor's surgery, dentist, primary school and the well regarded Uplands Community College and Sports Centre.
For the commuter, Wadhurst mainline station is under 2½ 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 the regional centre of Tunbridge Wells is about 6 miles away 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 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: The property is an attractive detached chalet bungalow with external elevations of brick and render beneath a tiled roof with double glazed windows throughout. The property benefits from sitting within a good-sized plot and from having been extended and much improved by the current owners to provide light, spacious and flexible accommodation with the main reception rooms and kitchen benefiting from being double aspect and the three first floor bedrooms all having lovely countryside views.
Arranged over two floors, the accommodation includes a large entrance hall with a storage cupboard, a bathroom, an inner hall with an under stairs cupboard leading to a spacious sitting room with a feature fireplace with fitted cupboards either side and French doors leading to the garden, a dining room, a good-sized kitchen/breakfast room with a feature bay window and a door leading out to the garden, a further inner hall with a storage space and cupboard, a cloakroom, a utility room, a double bedroom with French doors leading out to the garden and a further double bedroom. From the entrance hall stairs lead to the first floor where there is a master bedroom with fitted pine wardrobes and chest of drawers, a shower room and a further double bedroom with fitted wardrobes. From one of the inner halls a further set of stairs lead to a further double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a large storage cupboard and there is also access to the loft space where there is ample storage available.
Outside there is a large gravel driveway with off road parking for several cars and a front garden with an area of lawn bordered with mature rhododendrons and hedging and there are a variety of mature plant and shrub borders. There is a large shed divided into three sections to the right of the house and a path leads round to a large terraced area which is ideal for outdoor entertaining and the delightful established gardens beyond which are mainly to lawn with an abundance of shrubs and plants and two mature Bramley apple trees. The garden backs onto open countryside and is bordered with mature hedging and fencing.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Gas-fired central heating
Local Authority: Wealden District Council (01892) 653311
Current council tax: F (£2,738.00 annual charge)
Current EPC rating: D