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Key Features

  • • Oak framed garden room
  • • Three bedrooms
  • • Detached one bedroom annexe
  • • Garage and workshop
  • • Landscaped garden
  • • Externally accessed cellar
  • • Central village location

A well presented detached village residence providing three bedroom, three reception room accommodation, together with a detached one bedroom annexe, complemented by neatly tended, well stocked, landscaped gardens, including garaging and workshop, all occupying a central location within this much favoured village. Cranbrook School catchment area.

Cranbrook approximately 5 miles distance | Marden mainline station approximately 5.5 miles distance | Tunbridge Wells approximately 10.5 miles distance


Cloth Edge is an individual detached unlisted village residence presenting brick and tile hung elevations set with double glazed casement windows beneath a pitched and half hipped tiled roof, with origins understood to date back to the mid 1600s. The property was formerly a farm and part of the Trowswell Estate. The current sellers carried out a programme of updating and improvement during their ownership which included adding the beautiful oak framed garden room which has a vaulted ceiling, underfloor heating and enjoys a pleasant outlook across the garden.

The period accommodation is arranged over two floors with features indicative of the period. A well proportioned drawing room with inglenook fireplace housing woodburning stove and double aspect with feature bay window to front and windows to rear overlooking the garden. A dining room with a shelved walk-in larder enjoys a double aspect overlooking garden with door to outside. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with base and eye level cupboards and drawers with Corian worksurfaces, twin oven, oil fired Aga, integrated, fan assisted electric Neff oven, Neff four burner ceramic hob and feature bay window to front.

The bedrooms are arranged over the first floor.  The master bedroom is currently used as an office with two oak fitted bookshelves.  The en suite bathroom is fitted with a white suite with panelled bath and Aqualisa shower over.  Bedroom two is currently used as the main bedroom with bespoke built-in wardrobes, drawers and window seat with outlook across garden and distant countryside view.  Bedroom three with feature cast iron fireplace and fitted dresser with feature bay window to front enjoys views over the recreation ground and up to the church.


A detached brick annexe ‘Outside Edge’ was refurbished in 2001 and comprises sitting room, a double bedroom, shower with white suite and utility room.


The total plot size extends to approximately 0.8 of an acre comprising ‘landscaped’ well stocked gardens, expanses of lawn, Indian sandstone pathways and terrace, well stocked raised brick flower and shrubbery beds, an area of planted wild flower meadow, block paved terrace and well.  A concrete drive leads down alongside the annexe to a detached brick garage with workshop area with electric up and over door, fitted with power and light.  A detached timber garage, formerly the village ambulance station during the second world war, ample hard standing.

Agents Note 1. A footpath runs down the drive leading to fields. 2. A vehicular access exists along the driveway for the farmer to access his field. Pedestrian and vehicular access exists to the former village cricket pitch.


Tenure: Freehold

Services: Mains electricity and water and drainage. Oil fired central heating in main house, electric heating in annexe. Private drainage.

Local authority: www.tunbridgewells.gov.uk

Council tax: Band G


VIEWINGS:  By appointment with the agents. Cranbrook Office: 01580 712888  


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