An attractive Grade II-listed terraced cottage within the desirable village of Seal. The property forms part of a short terrace of 16th-century timber-framed cottages, which was the former bakery and still has the original bread oven. This delightful house offers a variety of period features, from 18th-century tiled front elevations to an attractive vast inglenook fireplace, including the original bread oven, exposed beams and traditional casement windows.
The house is double fronted and extends to 1466 square feet including the useful cellar. The ground floor comprises a central hallway with stairs to the cellar, dining room with feature fireplace, sitting room with inglenook fireplace and kitchen, the latter within a rear extension and offering space for a small table for day-to-day dining. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a shower room, with an additional loft room that either provides an office space or useful additional storage.
Seal village offers a range of local shops, church, pub, primary school and recreational grounds, Sevenoaks town centre is approximately 2.5 miles distance with a wider range of shopping, social and educational facilities. Sevenoaks main line station offers fast and frequent services to Charing Cross and Cannon street while Junction 5 of the M25 is just to the west of Sevenoaks.
At the rear of the house is a pleasant courtyard garden with a favourable southerly aspect that affords excellent light. This area is enclosed by high brick walls and features a paved patio with a number of borders stocked with mature shrubs, providing an excellent space for entertaining. From here, an archway leads along a path to a pretty lawned area with a second patio and garden shed. There is parking available for two cars which can be found to the rear adjacent to the garden and is accessed from Seal High Street.
Central Village Location
Listed Character Property
Two Reception Rooms