Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
Built to an individual design in about 1969 this excellent, well presented detached house has an exceptionally spacious and light interior and provides very flexible family accommodation which could easily be arranged with separate 'Au Pair' accommodation if required. Particular points of note include the following: The impressive double height reception hall with a contemporary staircase and galleried landing with Velux windows opens via pocket doors into the elegant drawing room with a wide bay window to the front, feature gas fireplace with a stone surround and mantle. The superbly fitted and equipped kitchen/breakfast room has an extensive range of cupboards and drawers with long oak work surfaces and a good range of integrated appliances. Adjoining is a utility room with further cupboards, space and plumbing for appliances and access to outside. The further reception rooms are very flexible and could easily be used as additional bedrooms if required, one with an en suite shower room, currently used as a study and there is a further bathroom. On the first floor the principal bedroom has far reaching views, fitted wardrobe cupboards and a well fitted en suite shower room. The remaining two bedrooms share and have Jack and Jill access to a family bathroom.
Set at the end of this cul-de-sac the house is within walking distance of the centre of this much sought after village which has an active local community with its well ranked primary school (within a short walk via a footpath), excellent gastro pub “The Kentish Hare”, historic 11th century church and nearby community hall. There is a garage with shop, a general store as well as the cricket ground, tennis court, bowls green and Children’s playground over the road. The main towns of Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells are about 3 and 5 miles away respectively and both provide comprehensive shopping facilities, highly regarded schools including grammar schools and recreational amenities.
Train Services: Tonbridge mainline station (about 2 ½ miles) for Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street about 40 minutes. Road Communications: The A21 for a direct route to the M25 national motorway network, London Gatwick and London Heathrow about 23.7 miles and 53.4 miles respectively.
The house is approached via automatic wrought-iron gates to the brick paved drive providing parking for several vehicles and continues to the detached double garage with automatic doors. There is lawn to the front of the house with established flowering and shrub borders. A terrace adjoins the rear of the house and a path wraps around the property to a smaller terrace at the front.
3/4 Reception Rooms
Gas Central Heating
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