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Well-proportioned four bedroom home in a desirable location in central Sevenoaks. The house is set in an elevated position, with steps leading up from the driveway. Once inside the house extends to 1,550 square feet internally. The ground floor comprises a triple aspect sitting room with parquet flooring and sliding doors to the garden, a separate dining room also with parquet flooring, study (which could be used as an additional bedroom if required), downstairs WC, useful storage cupboard, entrance porch and kitchen with matching base and eye level units, which has doors to the dining room and garden. On the first floor there is a generous master bedroom with built in wardrobes, an en-suite bathroom and lovely views towards the North Downs. There are three further bedrooms, all with built-in storage, a family bathroom and separate WC. On the first floor landing there is an airing cupboard and a hatch to the loft space. There is scope to extend, reconfigure and modernise the house subject to a buyer’s own investigations and the relevant planning consents.
The house is desirably located in a private cul-de-sac just off the gated and private Kippington Road in Sevenoaks, very conveniently positioned for Sevenoaks mainline station. The deeds allow the owners to use the footpath at the side of number 14 to cut through to Oakhill Road and the station, which provides regular services into London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street. The restaurants, shops and leisure facilities of the town centre are half a mile away.
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 Wildernesse and Knole, tennis, cricket, rugby, hockey and fitness clubs as well as swimming pools and fabulous foot and bridle paths.
The house benefits from a generous frontage, with a driveway leading to a double garage (20’6 x 14’4 ft.) and a front garden with mature shrubs and trees. Just outside the front door there is a pretty terraced area, where the current owners have a bench to enjoy the outlook. The rear garden has been landscaped with a patio around the house providing an ideal seating and entertaining area, and steps leading to a raised lawn. The garden is bordered by mature trees and shrubs.
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