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A detached house built in the 1930s, set back from the road and with a beautiful rear garden. The house offers well-proportioned accommodation set over two levels, and extending to 1,765 square feet, including the integral garage. The ground floor comprises an 18ft dual aspect sitting room with attractive fireplace and box bay window to the front, dining room overlooking and with a door to the rear garden, downstairs WC and a kitchen breakfast room with breakfast bar and door to the garden. Stairs lead up from the entrance hall to the first floor where there are four bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom. The second bedroom benefits from an en-suite shower room and built in wardrobe and the 18ft master bedroom has potential to reconfigure should an en-suite be desired. There is also potential to extend the house to the rear / into the loft subject to the necessary planning consents and a buyer’s own investigations.
The house sits in a generous plot. To the front the house benefits from a gravelled driveway which provides parking for several vehicles and access to the garage. There is a useful side access gate to the beautiful rear garden, which is mainly laid to lawn with a patio which runs across the back of the house. The mature garden extends to 150ft. in length and features a small pond, well stocked borders running down both sides and a shed at the end of the garden.
The house is located on Cold Arbor Road, in Bessels Green, on the outskirts of Sevenoaks, ideally located to the Riverhead (0.2 miles) and Amherst (0.3 miles) schools. Bessels Green has an attractive village green, two churches and a pub, the King’s Head. There is a pathway just opposite the house that can be used to walk to Sevenoaks mainline station, approximately 1.2 miles away, which provides regular services into London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street. Sevenoaks is now considered to be one of the most sought after locations to live in the UK with a charming town centre, stunning local countryside and London accessible by rail in around 30 minutes, plus access to the national motorway network via the M25 at J5. The area is generally renowned for the quality of its primary, secondary and pre-school educational provision in both the private and state sectors, including some of the country's highest rated Grammar schools. For sports enthusiasts there are numerous golf clubs including Wilderness and Knole, tennis, cricket, rugby, hockey and fitness clubs as well as swimming pools and fabulous foot and bridle paths.
1765 Square Feet
Generous Sitting Room
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Beautiful Rear Garden
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