A bright deceptively spacious four-bedroom detached house, which enjoys an elevated setting on a residential road in Biggin Hill, benefitting from a pleasant outlook over the village and its many trees. The house offers generously proportioned and versatile accommodation that extends to approximately 1485 sq. ft. and can be reconfigured for a buyer’s needs. Many of the rooms benefit from a dual aspect and good storage.
The living space on the ground floor comprises a spacious dual aspect sitting room with large windows from which to enjoy the views across the front garden and village beyond, a separate reception room with sliding glass doors to the garden and a light-filled kitchen with space for appliances and door to the garden. A master bedroom which has mirrored wardrobes and a family bathroom with a fitted bath, pedestal basin and WC complete the ground floor. Stairs lead up from the sitting room to the surprisingly spacious first floor, where there are three double bedrooms plus a family shower room. The first floor was extended with a dormer extension to create ample eaves storage accessible from the front bedroom.
The property is located in a desirable position on Kings Road, just off Norheads Lane in Biggin Hill which is a desirably located village surrounded by countryside yet conveniently positioned for larger towns. The village is thriving with a mix of local and large shops including a Waitrose supermarket, complemented by coffee shops and restaurants, a butcher, a library and leisure centre. There are many footpaths accessible locally from which to enjoy the local countryside.
Train services are available from Orpington (London Bridge from 17 minutes) with the national motorway network accessible via junction 4 of the M25. Bromley and Orpington are both approximately 7.5 miles distant, with Westerham and Oxted 4 miles and 5 miles respectively. Local schools include Oaklands Infants and Juniors, Biggin Hill Primary and Charles Darwin Academy.
To the front of the house there is a brick-paved driveway and a single garage with steps leading up to the house and the lawned front garden. The well maintained rear garden is secluded and enclosed by wooden panel fencing, with a variety of mature trees and shrubs affording a good degree of privacy. The garden is mostly laid to lawn and benefits from a favourable westerly aspect, with a number of borders. In addition there is a good-size patio and a separate workshop with power and lighting.
Council Tax Band E
All Mains Services
Four Double Bedrooms
Two Reception Rooms
Front and Rear Gardens
Approximately 1485 Square Feet