THE House: Loth Lorien is a putting interval home situated in a Wadhurst’s wondrous rural setting. Developed in 1924 by the architect William H Bidlake, a primary figure in the Arts and Crafts movement, the home is detailed in Pevsner’s architectural guideline Buildings of England. With lodging and dwelling room organized throughout 4 floors, Loth Lorien also boasts a visitor cottage and studios, as perfectly as a swimming pool, south-experiencing gardens and plentiful woodland.
THE Place: Positioned inside of the Substantial Weald location of fantastic natural attractiveness, Loth Lorien is a tiny about a mile away from the delightful village of Wadhurst and 7 miles from the well-liked city of Tunbridge Wells. As well as, you can achieve London’s Charing Cross from Wadhurst train station in just an hour.
THE Interior: Loth Lorien has retained its charming time period options all through the several years, with leaded windows, bespoke joinery (which include exposed oak and pine flooring) and decorative plasterwork. The modern nation kitchen area and breakfast-area has a hearth adorned with a commemorative cockerel emblem dated 1924, and has been fitted with a smooth wood burner. The lodging in the main residence appears across all sides of the house, with the major bedrooms on the initially flooring having fun with superb views above the sweeping gardens and woodland.
WHY WE Like IT: This remarkable home is a credit to the characterful Arts and Crafts movement. With more planning authorization for an extension, new homeowners are enabled to set their possess stamp on the home.
Acquire IT NOW: £2,850,000 with Savills.
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