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This excellent family house was originally built in the 1970’s and has been extended and renovated in recent years to provide spacious well-arranged accommodation arranged over two floors. Points of note include the following:
- An excellent reception hall creating a fantastic first impression with fitted book shelves, cloakroom, doors to reception rooms and staircase to the first floor.
- The kitchen/dining room is a good combination with the kitchen having an extensive range of cupboards and drawers, long granite work surfaces and a range of appliances. This opens into a delightful dining area with Velux windows creating a light, bright room and French doors opening onto the terrace and garden. There is also an adjoining utility room with plumbing and space for appliances and a door to outside.
- The elegant 19'3 ft drawing room has windows and doors to each side, engineered oak flooring and twin sets of French doors opening onto the terrace and garden. There is also an impressive study with glazed skylight windows and a continuation of oak flooring.
- To the first floor the vaulted principal bedroom has a Juliet balcony overlooking the garden, fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room. The three further bedrooms are a good size and served by a well fitted family bathroom.
Located at the end of a small cul-de-sac the house is well situated for local primary and secondary schools. There is direct access to ‘Birch Wood’ - a delightful mixed woodland with lovely lake, duck house and array of pathways and bridges through a private gate from the garden. The centre of the village is close by and the property is convenient for access to the local shop, pub/restaurant, primary school and ancient church. The main towns of Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells are about 2.5 and 3 miles away respectively and provide comprehensive shopping facilities, highly regarded schools for boys and girls of all ages and a wide variety of recreational amenities.
The gardens face predominantly south and are mainly laid to lawn with various mature shrubs, fl owering plants and trees with a vegetable garden, various pathways and part walled rockery, greenhouse,shed,small orchard and secret decking area by the woods. A gate gives direct access to ‘Birch Wood’. In all about 0.28 acres.
Train Services: Tonbridge mainline station (about 2.3 miles) for Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street about 40 minutes. Road communications: The A21 at Tonbridge provides a direct route to junction 5 M25 national motorway network.
Principal Bedroom with Balcony and En Suite
3 Further Bedrooms
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