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This fine attached period house built during the reign of Henry VIII has been totally renovated to a high standard and yet retaining much of the original character. It features a beautiful inglenook fireplace in the delightful sitting room with a wood burning stove and a bay window with a window seat overlooking the front garden. The dining room is also an attractive room with a fireplace and two windows looking out to the front. The kitchen is exceptionally well fitted and equipped and has hand built units with granite work surfaces and an electric Aga and is an excellent combination with the adjoining breakfast room which has a lantern roof and bi-fold doors opening on to the courtyard garden. On the first floor there are three bedrooms all served by a well-fitted family bathroom with a separate shower. The excellent principal bedroom suite covers the whole of the top floor and has a dressing room and good sized well fitted en suite bathroom again with a separate shower.
South Cottage is situated in the heart of this popular and sought after village and enjoys views across the small green towards the 13th century church. In 2011 The Sunday Times included Brenchley in the 12 Best Villages in the UK. Brenchley is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and in the village there is a butcher, post office, newsagents and a public house. Tunbridge Wells is about 7 miles away for comprehensive shopping facilities and amenities including many major national stores, numerous restaurants, theatres, a cinema complex, golf courses and a sports and leisure centre. There is a wide variety of schools in the area for children of all ages including private and state plus a primary school in Brenchley.
There is an extremely attractive garden to the front of the cottage and a walled and paved court yard at the rear with a seating area and a covered gazebo.
Train services: Paddock Wood main line station is about 3 miles away for trains to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street in about 50 minutes. Road communications: The A21 is to the west for a direct route to the M25 national motorway network.
Principal Bedroom with Dressing Room and En Suite Bathroom
Three further Bedrooms
Family Bathroom with separate Shower
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