Guide price £925,000
A rare opportunity to purchase a detached Edwardian town house with scope for modernisation amid 1/3 acre of mature gardens on Cranbrook High Street * Cranbrook School catchment area * No Onward Chain * Springfield is a most attractive double fronted Edwardian town house providing light and airy family living space amid stunning gardens in a convenient setting within walking distance of the town. Internally, the property retains a number of original features including a variety of fireplaces, sash windows, picture rails and panelled doors. The ceilings are high and the windows are generous, taking advantage of good levels of natural light. The rooms at the front of the house all benefit from wide bay windows, whereas the rear facing rooms afford lovely views over the gardens. The accommodation includes three charming reception rooms and a kitchen providing ample space for informal dining. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, (one of which has an en suite shower room) plus a family bathroom. The attic is boarded with a loft ladder and provides substantial storage space. Although the property has been well maintained over the years, it is considered to provide potential for refurbishment/remodeling works, subject to any necessary planning consent(s). The front garden is enclosed by mature hedging and there is a driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles adjacent to the garage. At the rear, the beautiful garden is encompassed by hedges with beds and borders including masses of roses. A large terrace is ideally orientated to appreciate the afternoon and evening sun and provides the perfect spot for entertaining. The gardens amount to about a third of an acre in all. Springfield provides an increasingly rare opportunity to purchase a detached period property amid generous gardens on Cranbrook High Street and within walking distance of shops and amenities. FEATURES - Storm porch leading to spacious entrance hall with charming curving staircase entrance - Delightful sitting room with bay window to front and original fireplace inset with electric fire - Dining room enhanced by period fireplace and French doors to garden - Garden room with sliding doors giving access to the terrace and lovely views over garden - Kitchen/breakfast room with a range of fitted cabinets, original crockery cupboards, walk in larder and electric Aga - Substantial cellar providing useful storage space - Galleried landing incorporating study area - Master bedroom with en suite shower room - Three further bedrooms - two with fitted wardrobes and one with vanity sink - Family bathroom with modern white suite, walk in shower and complementary wall tiles - Third of an acre of beautiful landscaped gardens - Spacious garage with workshop area and two garden sheds - Private parking for numerous vehicles SITUATION Set at the top of the High Street in the historic market town of Cranbrook, Springfield is within walking distance to a good range of shops, supermarket, public houses, restaurants and amenities. The town also benefits from The Weald Sports Centre, primary, secondary and grammar schools and the towns noted landmark The Union Windmill. The property is set in the highly regarded Cranbrook School catchment area. Various other schools include Cranbrook, Goudhurst and Sissinghurst Primary Schools, The High Weald Academy, Dulwich Preparatory, Benenden Girls School, St Ronans and Marlborough House at Hawkhurst and numerous secondary and grammar schools in Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone. Staplehurst mainline station offers services to London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross with journey times of under an hour. The A21 gives access north to the M25 for Heathrow and Gatwick Airports and the City and south to the coast. A21 6 miles Staplehurst Station 6 miles Tunbridge Wells 14 miles Rye and the Coast 17 miles London 54 miles (All distances are approximate) DIRECTIONS From central Cranbrook, proceed up the High Street towards the War Memorial. Go past the Fire Station, Wheatfield Drive and New Road (all on the right). The property will be found after a short distance on the right hand side, identified by its painted elevations and house name on the brick pillars. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: Mains gas central heating. Mains water, electricity and drainage. - Local Authority: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council. - Council Tax band (2018/19): F. - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation. Agents Note Under Section 21 of the Estate Agents Act 1979, we are obliged to disclose the vendor is a connected person.
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