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Mount Pleasant, Lamberhurst, Tunbridge Wells, TN3

Guide price £1,250,000

Under offer

4 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: TON190071

A charming and most attractive oast house conversion conveniently situated in an elevated and tranquil rural position away from main roads and benefiting from wonderful southerly views


  • Stunning southerly views
  • Tranquil Rural position away from main roads
  • Twin Roundel Oast Conversion
  • 3/4 Beds
  • Grade II Listed Barn with planning to convert
  • Attractive gardens in all about an Acre


A charming and most attractive oast house conversion conveniently situated in an elevated and tranquil rural position away from main roads and benefiting from wonderful southerly views. Spacious Entrance Hall. Cloakroom. Sitting Room with large fireplace. Roundel Dining Room. Roundel Kitchen/Breakfast Room. Utility Area. 3/4 Bedrooms. Bathroom. Shower Room. Grade II Listed detached Barn with p/p to convert Wood Store. Large Double Garage. Summerhouse. Gardens in all about an Acre. DESCRIPTION Timberlog Oast is a charming and most attractive conversion of a period twin roundel Oast and Barn, complete with working cowls, believed to date from the 19th Century and occupying an elevated position with stunning southerly rural views. Internally the accommodation benefits from a wealth of character including many exposed timbers with the majority of rooms benefiting from the wonderful views. To the west of the property is a substantial Grade II listed detached barn with traditional weatherboarded elevations under a slate roof currently used as storage. Planning Permission ref: 19/03607/FULL was recently granted for conversion into ancillary accommodation. It is understood that indications were given that the barn could be linked to the main house. FEATURES Entrance Porch with solid wood entrance door opening to Entrance Hall with wood burning stove on raised brick hearth. Stairs to first floor. Built in double cupboard. Useful understairs cupboard. Tiled floor. Cloakroom. Triple aspect Sitting Room with views to front, exposed timbers. Large brick and stone fireplace with oak bressummer and wood burning stove. Double aspect Roundel Dining Room. Triple aspect roundel Kitchen/Breakfast Room with views to front and good work surface area over a range of cupboards and drawers. Integrated fridge and Neff dishwasher. Oil fired Rayburn for cooking and central heating. Tiled floor. Glazed double doors open to covered terrace with vines over. From the Hall further door opens to Rear Hallway/Utility Area with work surface area, plumbing and spaces for washing machine and tumble dryer. First Floor approached by single flight of stairs to Galleried Landing including Study Area with fitted desktop. Exposed timbers. Double aspect Bedroom with views to front, part sloping ceilings, exposed timbers. Open doorway to Double aspect Bedroom with fitted bedroom furniture, part sloping ceilings, exposed timbers. Double aspect Roundel Bedroom with fitted wardrobes. Triple aspect roundel Bedroom currently used as Sitting Room to take full advantage of the views. Oak flooring. Bathroom with suite including bath and shower with underfloor heating. Shower Room. OUTSIDE Timberlog Oast is approached by two driveways one lies immediately to the front of the property accessed by an electrical operated five bar gate and providing good parking and turning area as well as access to the Barn. The Barn is believed to date from the 19th Century and is Grade II listed in its own right with traditional black weatherboarded elevations on sandstone footings. From the drive access is through large double cart doors. To the side elevation is a large Garden/Wood Store. Internally there are a wealth of original timbers. Power and light is laid on. The Garden to the front of the house has two lawned areas and are well stocked with a wide variety of flowering shrubs and plants and provide a most attractive setting. Wrapping around the front of the property is a good sized raised paved terrace including fishpond and secluded sitting area enjoying the views with grape vines over. To the East of the house a further driveway with five bar gate runs round to the rear of the property giving access to detached Double Garage with boarded elevations under a slate roof. Detached Summerhouse with wonderful views. Also off this driveway is a further area of Garden with wooded area to front and variety of young trees including fruit trees. Childs play area. Greenhouse. Garden Shed. In all extending to about 1 Acre. SITUATION Timberlog Oast is situated in a wonderful tranquil and rural location in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of the popular village of Lamberhurst.with its good range of amenities for everyday needs including a general store/Post Office, three pubs, a doctors surgery and the pretty parish church of St Mary's. There is also a strong village community with many clubs and societies. Paddock Wood offers a range of further facilities including Waitrose supermarket, while Tunbridge Wells town centre offers a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities as well as main line station serving London Charing Cross/Cannon Street. Further stations can be found at Bells Yew Green (Frant) and Paddock Wood. There are a good range of schools in the state and private sector including Lamberhurst and Wadhurst Primary Schools, Uplands Community College in Wadhurst, Bethany School at Goudhurst, The Schools at Somerhill in Tonbridge, Kent College at Pembury as well as Grammar Schools for boys and girls in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge. The A21 is easily accessible giving access to the South Coast and M25 and thence motorway network, Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick Airports as well as the Channel Tunnel Terminus and Ports. Ebbsfleet International Terminal. Leisure Facilities include Golf Clubs at Lamberhurst and Ticehurst. Scotney Castle, Bedgebury Pinetum, as well as sailing and fishing at Bewl Water. DIRECTIONS From Tunbridge Wells proceed south on the A21 towards Lamberhurst. Proceed straight across both Kippings Cross and The Blue Boys roundabouts. Continue for about a mile and fork right, just after the farm shop signed to Hook Green. Follow the lane for just over a mile and turn left into Mount Pleasant Lane. The property will be found after about 0.3 mile of a mile on the left-hand side. PROPERTY INFORMATION Services: Mains Water & Electricity. Oil fired Central Heating. Private Drainage. Calor Gas available for cooking Local Authority: Tunbridge Well Borough Council Council Tax band (2020/21): G Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.