Converted barn ideal for equestrian use close to Tunbridge Wells and London
Four bedroom barn conversion with stables, garage and another converted barn set in over eight acres in the East Sussex countryside close to the village of Ticehurst and within an hour's commute of London via the rail network
As featured in the recent first issue of The Sunday Times "Inside Out" magazine...
London Barn Farm, believed to date from the 18th century, is a beautiful detached converted barn with weather boarded elevations on a brick and stone plinth, under a peg tiled roof.
It nestles amidst its own grounds and allows for light, airy and versatile living arranged over two floors.
It is approached via a private driveway owned by the property and approximately 0.2 of a mile long, which leads to the front courtyard where there is parking for several vehicles and access to the garaging facility (currently situated within the cowshed) with power and light connected.
The surrounding secluded gardens comprise level lawns with a variety of shrub borders, mature trees and a separate kitchen garden. (It is worth noting that the original owners went to great extremes to remove all power cables from major sight lines so your view is unobstructed.)
A well proportioned Sussex barn has been converted into an office, but could be used as a games room, teenage studio or ancillary accommodation.
There is a stable block comprising six stables, a tack room and cloakroom with toilet. A conveniently situated bridleway runs adjacent to the property and offers off-road hacking.
Situated in the beautiful East Sussex town of Etchingham, just over an hours train ride from London and 20 minutes drive from Tunbridge Wells.