- 2 floors
- Property Type House
- Gas is currently supplied to the property, and heating is available with Gas
- The property has a Private Garden listed available as outdoor spaces
- The property has Garage listed as available parking
"FIRST VIEWINGS AT THE OPEN HOUSE ON THE 11TH JUNE"
This stunning Grade II listed property sits on 0.666 acres of land and it has been known by The Fuller Arms for many years but most recently Jack Fuller's pub and restaurant. The current owner has beautifully renovated it to turned into an extensive family home but still maintained the original features. It has 5 double bedrooms on the first floor, two en-suite, with the master bedroom having a modern shower room and lovely views over the countryside. Plus, another two bedrooms in the attic and the potential to extend the other attic depending on planning permission. Also, on the first floor you will find a good size family bathroom and an office space.
The ground floor has kept almost the same layout as the pub, it is open plan with designated areas and three inglenook fireplaces, the polish wooden bar still in place and red bricks pillars. The kitchen is fitted with bespoke oak units with central island. It leads to a large utility room off to one side. Also on the ground floor is the former toilet block a set of three rooms with potential to became a gym, sauna or playroom.
From the kitchen there is access to a paved patio area with stunning views to countryside. you will also find access to a huge cellar with separated rooms which has been used as workshop and wine cellar.
THE ANNEX is the former coach house with beautiful vaulted ceiling, a minstrel's gallery and a stunning inglenook fireplace and two toilets. The owner used it for functions like music festivals but it can be turned into an annex or be used for functions.
What once used to be car park has been grassed over and it is now a very generous size garden with views over the countryside. There is a gate leading to a walking trail into the woods where you can find a sea of bluebells at this time of the year
On the other side there is A wooden garage and a workshop attached to the garage with power and light.
The property is in a sough after location near Brightling and Robertsbridge village, both designate in area with outstanding natural beauty. Robertsbridge lies in the main railway line from London to Hasting and the corresponding main road A21. This makes it an ideal commute town with trains to central London every hour taking juts over 1 hour.Tunbridge Wells is juts 16 miles away and offer trains to London every half an hour.
Robertsbridge also has a selection of good schools as Salehurst Primary, Robertsbridge Community and the private school Vinehall. Also nearby you can find the private schools Claremont Primary School in Tunbridge Wells and Battle Abbey in Battle.
Is a rural village with a population of just over 2600 habitants. It has a variety of local facilities such as bakery, local shops and gastro pubs. Its cultural organisations include Robertsbridge Arts Partnership (RAP), a Jazz Club and Robertsbridge Wine Club (RWC).
It is a good potential base to discover the picturesque local countryside, sights, towns and villages. These includes Bodiam Castle, Brightling, Battle, Hastings, Tunbridge Wells and Rye. * Council tax band: B