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Enjoying an unsurpassed location, an attractive period, detached five bedroom house located in a stunning setting within the CSCA.. 3 reception rooms, large kitchen/breakfast room. Five double bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms.Private use of gardens & paddock of 2 acres but set in 28 acres. Detached outbuilding. Enjoying an unsurpassed location, a delightful attractive unlisted, period, detached five bedroom house located in a stunning setting on the rural outskirts of the village within the CSCA, a short distance from local amenities. Spacious accommodation comprises three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room with separate utility room and walk in pantry. Five double bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms along with a dressing room and linen room. Set in gardens & paddock of 2 acres. The property also benefits from a detached outbuilding. OFCH. Location: Delmonden Green Farm is located on the rural outskirts of Hawkhurst within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is divided into two areas, 'Highgate' to the north and 'The Moor' to the south. The historic town of Cranbrook is just over 4 miles away with its picturesque period buildings, windmill and locally famed Cranbrook School. Royal Tunbridge Wells is approximately 30 minutes drive away to the north west. History: The parish church of St Laurence stands at the 'The Moor', which is the older part of Hawkhurst where a church has stood since 1100, the parish at that time was under the control of Battle Abbey. Hawkhurst is infamous for its 'Hawkhurst Gang' who terrorised the south coast area (as far as Poole in the west & Gravesend to the north) for 20 years in the early 18th century. Their demise was finally brought about at the 'Battle of Goudhurst' in 1747. At the peak of their activities they were believed to be as many as 500 strong. Another notable resident born in Hawkhurst was William Rootes, he initially set up a cycle business before producing motor cars. Singer, Hilman, Hunter and Sunbeam all being brands of the Rootes Motor Company manufactured in Hawkhurst before opening a purpose built production line factory, located in nearby Maidstone. Locality: The village is well served by two supermarkets with a full range of services, a number of small shops, restaurants (incl. takeaways), petrol station and small digital cinema. The village also has doctors and dentists surgeries and a chemists. There are also a number of public houses. Etchingham Station is some 12 minutes away providing a commuter service to London Charing Cross. Ashford International Station is some 40 minutes drive away with trains to St Pancras and Eurostar services to Europe. The Motorway network can be accessed via the A21 (dual carriageway from south of Tunbridge Wells) at Junction 5 M25 north of Sevenoaks. The Area is renowned for the quality, choice and commitment to excellence of its educational system in both the public and private sector. Noteworthy schools in the area include: Marlborough House, Vinehall, Claremont, St Ronan's, and Benenden and Tonbridge in the private sector. Cranbrook and Tunbridge Wells offer further exceptional schools in secondary age groups and Hawkhurst in the primary age group. The Accommodation Comprises of : Split level reception hall, drawing-room, dining room/ library. snug/study, kitchen/ breakfast room, side hall, utility room with walk-in pantry, rear lobby, cloakroom. First-floor landing five double bedrooms, dressing room, linen room, shower room & bathroom. Extensive gravelled driveway providing ample parking and turning, all round gardens and paddocks measuring 9 acres (tbv.)with large paved terrace. Detached outbuilding with potential. OFCH. Wooden front door to: Entrance porch: Casement door with matching windows to both sides to: Split Level Reception Hall: Casement window with secondary double glazing to the front. Two wall light points. Exposed beams. Door to drawing-room, door to dining room. Step up to: Inner Hall: Wooden casement window with secondary double glazing enjoying views over the terrace and garden beyond. Door to under stairs storage cupboard. Stairs to the first floor. Two steps down with door to: Rear Lobby: Wooden window to side. Door to the kitchen. Door to: Cloakroom: Wooden window to side. Fitted with WC with matching seat, wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splash backs. Cork tiled floor. Drawing-Room: 7.27m x 4.43m Two steps down to lovely bright and airy room triple aspect room with wooden casement windows with secondary double glazing to the front, matching window to the rear enjoying views over the terrace and garden beyond and double opening doors with matching panels to both sides leading out to the side terrace. Wooden fire surround inset with cream cast-iron wood burning stove on tiled hearth. Extensive range of bookshelves. Two wall light points. Dining Room/Library: 5.17m x 3.68m Wooden casement window with secondary double glazing to the front. Extensive range of floor to ceiling bookshelves. Exposed ceiling beams. Two wall light points, three light spot track. Door with step down to: Study/Snug: 3.62m x 3.20m Double aspect room with wooden casement windows to front and side. Chimney breast housing Jotul cast-iron wood burning stove with shelved recess and double doored cupboard to side. Door with step down to: Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 6.05m x 4.55m Double aspect room with casement windows enjoying views over the terrace and garden beyond and double doors leading out to the side. Fitted with U-shaped range of wooden base and wall units with tiled wood edge worktop over. Green two oven oil fired Aga. Integrated electric oven and grill with concealed two ring electric hob over to the side. One and a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Integrated dishwasher, drawer pack. Corner cupboard for integrated fridge/ freezer with further cupboard alongside. Dresser style unit with double opening glazed doors and drawers below. Space for large breakfast table. Cork tiled floor, inset ceiling lights. Door back through to the rear lobby. Door to the: Side Hall: Wooden part glazed stable door leading out to the front. Vinyl floor. Part vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Door to: Utility room: 4.49m x 2.53m Wooden casement window to side. Part vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Double base unit with single bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit over, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer and further appliances. Oil fired boiler servicing hot water and central heating. Fluorescent tube lights. Door to walk-in pantry cupboard with window to side, shelves part vaulted ceiling with beams and matching vinyl floor. Stairs with wooden handrail to: Landing: Wooden casement window to side. Exposed beams, matching doors to all rooms, wall light point. Storage cupboard with three high level cupboards above. Bedroom One: 4.75m x 3.90m Triple aspect room with casement windows to the front, rear and side enjoying views over the garden and adjoining countryside. Double doored wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and eyelevel cupboards above. Two wall light points. Family bathroom: Wooden casement window with secondary double glazing overlooking the rear garden. Fitted with white suite comprising WC with wooden seat, bidet, pedestal mounted wash hand basin, panelled bath with telephone shower over set into tiled surround. Part tiled walls, inset ceiling lights. Double doored eyelevel shelved storage cupboard. Duplex wall mounted electric heater. Bedroom Two: 4.60m x 2.98m Double aspect room with wooden casement windows to the rear and side enjoying views over garden. Triple doored wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and matching cupboards over. Bedroom Three: 3.56m x 2.96m Wooden casement window to the front. Double doored wardrobe cupboard with shelves. Exposed beams. Three wall light points. Door to storage cupboard. Linen Room: 2.70m x 1.70m High level window to side. Range of sliding doored cupboards, one housing hot water tank and with slatted shelves Bedroom Four: 3.77m x 3.72m Double aspect room with wooden casement window with secondary double glazing enjoying views over the rear garden and window to side enjoying views over adjoining countryside. Wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and matching cupboards above, central dressing table area with shelves. Spot light track. Bedroom Five: 3.75m x 2.71m Wooden casement window to front. Double doored wardrobe cupboard with shelves and hanging rail. Two wall light points. Dressing Room: 2.60m x 1.86m Wooden casement window to the front with secondary double glazing. Triple doored wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and shelf, matching cupboards above. Shower Room: Wooden casement window with secondary double glazing enjoying views over the rear garden. Contemporary style room fitted with back to wall WC, semi integrated wash hand basin set into range of storage units with roll edge laminate surround. Fully tiled corner shower cubicle. Inset ceiling light and extractor. Part tiled walls with feature dado tile, wood effect floor, chrome ladder style heated towel rail inset ceiling lights, shaver point. Outside: The property is approached from a private roadway over a large gravelled parking and turning area with tree-lined boundary and a good-sized area of lawn. The rear garden is accessed to both sides by grassed walkways, on the right a gate leads into the adjoining paddock of approx. 1 acre. The rear garden features a large natural wildlife pond, an orchard area along with many mature specimen trees and shrubs, a wildflower area and pergola covered seating. To the rear and side of the house is a level paved terrace for alfresco eating with steps leading up to the lawn with planted beds and brick edged borders. Outside lights, outside tap. In the top right corner of the garden a five bar gate gives access to the adjoining land crossing over the Kent Border path. nd electricity are connected, private drainage.Oil fired central heating. Floor Area: 240 m2 approx. (excl. outbuildings) Council Tax Band: 'G' EPC Rating: 'F' Local Authority: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Directions: From the A21 heading south turn left at the Flimwell traffic lights towards Hawkhurst and Rye, A268. After approximately 1 mile at the small crossroads turn right into Delmonden Lane. Continue round the sharp left hand bend taking the next driveway on the right. Delmonden Green Farm will be found after after a short distance on the left hand side of the road. VIEWING: All viewings by appointment through our office. A member of the team will conduct all viewings
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