A beautifully finished, attractive double fronted Grade II listed house located in the heart of Brasted village, with a 120ft. secluded garden. The house, which dates originally from the mid 15th century, offers a fantastic mix of period features and character throughout complemented by modern bathrooms and kitchen. The accommodation extends to 2112 square feet in total and is set over two levels.
The front door opens into a spacious versatile reception room with flagstone flooring and an attractive fireplace, which is open to the impressive sitting room, with exposed wall and ceiling timbers and an inglenook fireplace taking centre stage. A modern kitchen / breakfast room is to the rear of the house with French doors to the patio, with a stylish shower room and a useful utility room completing the ground floor. Stairs lead up to a dining room which features an imposing vaulted ceiling with impressive original timbers and a galleried mezzanine floor above. A characterful and spacious bedroom is off the dining room. The remaining upstairs accommodation includes a master bedroom which has exposed floorboards and brickwork and built in wardrobes. The master can be accessed from the dining room or upper hallway from the main staircase, which also leads to two further bedrooms and the family bathroom.
The house is situated right in the heart of the popular village of Brasted, which has two public houses, various antique shops, a tea room and a village shop. Sevenoaks, historic Westerham and Oxted offer further amenities, with the house located four miles from Sevenoaks station which offers services to London from 30 minutes, and 1.7 miles from Westerham and 6 miles from Oxted which has connections to London Victoria.
Directly to the rear of the house there is a private patio area which fronts onto a central courtyard. The main garden is accessed via a private footpath leading from the courtyard. The generous garden, which offers seclusion, extends to 120ft, is mainly laid to lawn with apple trees, a variety of shrubs and a stream at the bottom.