For the first time on the market in over 50…
Melford House, Fir Toll Road, Mayfield, East Sussex, TN20 6NB
An impressive detached six bedroom period family home, set back from the road with a large driveway situated within walking distance of the historic village of Mayfield in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This house is a jewel in the crown for the village with local walks from your doorstep.
Early viewing is recommended.
Melford House has immense charm and character providing spacious and stylish accommodation for a family. The present owners have sensitively renovated the house respecting many of the fine period features that make it so unique and special.
There is a wonderfully warm welcome as you enter this impressive house with its wealth of wooden floors throughout and high ceilings. The large front door leads into the spacious and open living areas with the fine feature stone fireplace as the centrepiece of the sitting room alongside the beautiful bay window to the front. The Dining Room also enjoys feature bay window to the front leading then into the large breakfast/kitchen with bi-folding doors leading out to the beautifully landscaped courtyard, ideal for alfresco dining. Within the ground floor there is also a self-contained annexe with its own kitchen and bathroom with the option of bringing this into the house.
To the first floor are six bedrooms. All the bedrooms are spacious and light with some of the rooms enjoying double aspect views across the gardens. The original sash windows have been retained and renovated. The master bedroom is exceptionally large and has its own en-suite shower room which is in addition to the family bathroom. There are stairs to the loft space which has not been converted but potentially would offer further bedroom space subject to planning.
Mains electricity, water and gas. Mains drainage.
(Not checked or tested)
Council Tax: G www.wealden.gov.uk
As you approach the house from the road there is a large gravel in/out driveway with plenty of parking and the house set back from the road. The gardens wrap around the house with several pockets of charm including a small pond and landscaped sitting area adjacent to the al fresco paved courtyard that leads directly off the kitchen/breakfast room. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and backing onto open fields with a woodland area to one side and a gravel path meandering its way through the garden.
Tunbridge Wells: 9 miles
London Gatwick: 30 miles
Wadhurst Station: 5 miles
(trains into London every 30 minutes)
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