Goldpsur is an immaculate detached unlisted property which has been lovingly updated by the current owners providing very comfortable accommodation and set within a pretty south-facing garden which overlooks the adjoining farmland to the rear.
The attractive ground floor accommodation includes reception hall, music room and study which all feature beautiful painted wooden panelling and period fireplaces, the study is fitted with a wood burning stove and there is an open fire in the music room. The dining room has glazed French doors which lead onto the garden and the sitting room also has a period fireplace and wood burner. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room with a part glazed door to the garden, is fitted with handmade painted cupboards and there is space for various appliances. The adjoining utility room also has space for additional appliances.
The first floor is made up of five bedrooms including the main bedroom with dressing area and en suite shower room, there is also a family shower room and a separate bathroom with freestanding roll top bath.
An electric five bar gate gives access to a gravel drive providing plenty of parking and a two bay open framed oak cart lodge, there is also a timber garden store.
The garden which can be reached via either side of the house, is fence enclosed and has lovely views across the adjoining farmland. Attached to the house is a garden studio with fully glazed doors enjoying garden views. This is a wonderfully flexible space for those wishing to work from home or anyone wanting a studio/craft room.
Lying roughly 1.6 miles from the property is the village of Northiam, which has a good range of shops that cater for everyday needs, several schools and the renowned Great Dixter. More extensive shopping and leisure facilities can be found in nearby Tenterden and Rye.
The five-bedroom home is well located for schooling with an excellent selection in both the state and private sectors at primary and secondary level within the area. Those looking to commute will find direct train services that run from Rye to Ashford, where a high speed train service runs to London St Pancras in about 37 minutes. Nearby Robertsbridge, Etchingham and Tonbridge provide links to London Charing Cross and Cannon Street, via Waterloo East and London Bridge. Trains to Gatwick airport are available from Tonbridge.
Leanne Gammon, property agent for Savills in Cranbrook, says: “I was so impressed with the quality of the interior and exterior decoration at Goldpsur. It really is ready to move into and enjoy and, with the village pub within walking distance, what more could you wish for!”
Goldspur is being marketed by Savills for offers in excess of £1m.