Hammerwood, East Grinstead, RH19
A wonderful Grade II listed house built in the early 18th century with approximately an acre of gardens and grounds situated on the medieval bridge of this historic and beautiful village
A wonderful Grade II listed house built in the early 18th century and situated on the medieval bridge in Yalding which spans the river Beult.
The property was for much of its history used as a business - serving as a butcher in the meat trade; it was converted into a private dwelling around the 1940's.
Arranged over four floors it provides some 3,700 sq ft of practical accommodation including a large cellar and boiler/boot room which opens directly onto the garden. The main entrance to the house is at the bridge level with the principle living rooms and kitchen/dining room at this level; the bedrooms and bathrooms on the first and second floors.
Outside there is approximately an acre of garden and grounds - divided into formal and informal areas with mature trees and river frontage.
There is an area of parking for a number of cars; steps lead down to the garden.
The pretty village of Yalding has great amenities such as the general store, post office, pubs and doctors surgery. There is a mainline station offering quick and regular services to London Charing Cross and Cannon Street in under one hour located just three and a half miles away in Paddock Wood. The property is easily accessible to the local Yalding primary school, Maidstone Grammar school and Mascalls Comprehensive in Paddock Wood.