Understood to date from 1843, The Oast House sits in a superb elevated position at the end of a long lane. The house was converted with great style and the house presents mellow sandstone, brick and stained weatherboard elevations under a pitched clay-tile roof.
The house has flexible, light accommodation; features of note include a well-proportioned sitting room with two sets of sliding doors out to the garden, and a wood-burning stove in the snug. The very well-appointed roundel kitchen is the focus of the house, and other features include generous ceiling heights throughout, exposed sandstone walls, brick and wood floors and a spacious vaulted landing with a wealth of exposed timbers.
Upstairs are the principal bedroom suite and three further double bedrooms, plus a family bathroom.
Outside, to the south and west, is a terrace with a pretty ornamental pond beyond. The garden is principally laid to lawn with various well-stocked beds and a number of specimen trees.
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To the south is a substantial outbuilding with an attached barn with light and power which currently serves as a studio/workshop. Bordering the garden to the west is a large field with wonderful far-reaching views. Towards the end a timber summerhouse and pond lie, and beyond this a further field. The grounds come to just over 13 acres.
The Oast House is under a mile from the High Street of Wadhurst, which has very good local amenities. Wadhurst station is around two miles, and has trains direct to London Charing Cross.
The guide price is £1.275m For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01273 475 411 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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