A beautifully presented, semi-detached home with detached annexe set in a delightful, tucked away position at the end of a cul-de-sac within this highly sought after village
Open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room
Ground floor bedroom/study
2 First floor bedrooms
Detached Annexe with bedroom/living room, shower room and studio/workshop
Attractive landscaped garden with terracing, lawns, covered storage and log store
This delightful and secluded home has been extended and beautifully modernised with great attention to detail.
The main front door has a glazed porch which opens to a spacious boot room with limestone flooring, 2 large cupboards and storage above. A glazed door opens into a magnificent open plan kitchen/dining/sitting area with solid oak flooring. The sitting area forms the hub of the home and leads to the kitchen and dining areas and a multifuel stove on a slate hearth. At the end there are French doors leading to the garden. The kitchen has well-fitted shaker style wall, floor and peninsula units with integrated Neff appliances; dishwasher, fridge-freezer, double electric oven, gas hob and a ceramic sink. Off the sitting area is the bright and well-proportioned study/bedroom 3 with French doors leading to the garden. The other front entrance is close to the annexe and opens on to a lobby area with limestone floor and a separate WC /shower room. The family bathroom is stylishly appointed with limestone floor, WC and roll top bath with shower above. Upstairs are 2 good sized bedrooms. There is a fixed wooden ladder to a converted attic which is used as an occasional bedroom.
Next to the house is a fabulous detached annexe with bamboo flooring and WC /Shower room. It comprises a large bedroom/sitting room with vaulted ceiling and a similarly spacious studio with fitted shelves, storage cupboards, stainless steel sink and electric cooker and hob. This room has a glazed door leading to the garden and an outside tap on the external wall. To the side and rear are covered storage areas.
Wooden gates flanked by close-boarded fencing open onto a good sized block-paved parking area in front of the house. A sandstone path leads between the house and annexe, past a log store and to the southwest facing landscaped garden. A sandstone terrace is bordered by well-stocked raised flower beds beyond which are an expanse of lawn and shrubs. Stepping stones lead to a further, small terraced area. The garden is bordered by hedging and trellis with mature trees back and side.
From the centre of Forest Row take the B2110 Hartfield Road for 100m and turn right onto Upper Close. After about 200m, opposite No.36 are white metal gateposts (numbered 51)with a driveway leading down to the house, which is at the end.
Local Amenities & Communications
Forest Row boasts an exceptional and diverse selection of shops and cafes, with Tablehurst Community organic farm shop/cafe within walking distance. It is a thriving community with a monthly village market, annual arts festival and multiple activities and interest groups throughout the year. There are excellent schools in the surrounding area and nearby Ashdown Forest is the largest free public access space in the South East. There are mainline railway stations at East Grinstead, Three Bridges and Gatwick providing services to London Bridge/Victoria. The M23 is about 8 miles providing good access to London, Brighton and Gatwick. The A22 also connects directly to the M25.
Local Authorities and Services
All mains services. Gas fired heating. Wealden District Council: 01892653311. Council tax band D.