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Hextable Lodge is an attractive Victorian home of substantial proportions. The detached house boasts versatile, beautifully finished accommodation that is set over three floors and extends to over 5,000 square feet. Character features, including period fireplaces, coving and ceiling roses, are complemented by a modern and contemporary finish.
The ground floor has an imposing entrance hallway with attractive Victorian tiling and impressive staircase leading to the upper levels. The ground floor comprises two generous reception rooms with Victorian fireplaces and bay windows, a stylish kitchen with central island incorporating the sink and a seating area, integrated appliances and large windows, adjoining breakfast room and utility, and study with built in shelved cupboards. The breakfast room has bi-fold doors to a courtyard on one side and doors to the garden on the other. On the first floor there are four spacious bedrooms, three with en-suites. The master bedroom benefits from a bay window, fireplace, dressing area and en-suite with separate shower. On the second floor there are a further four bedrooms and a bathroom.
This wonderful house is located in the heart of Hextable village, surrounded by miles of common bridle paths and is only a 1/4 mile walk from Rowhill grange hotel and spa. Hextable Village has a thriving community and is situated in north-west Kent between the towns of Dartford and Swanley (3.7 and 1.3 miles away respectively). The village has a village green and is surrounded by green belt land, and whilst it in only 16 miles from central London and within the M25 Hextable still retains much of its rural character having its own post office, chemist, grocery stores and bakery. Swanley Station is 2.3 miles away providing access to London, on the Chatham and Maidstone lines into London Victoria.
The house sits in the centre of its plot, with a gated paved driveway to the front for several vehicles. The main section of garden is to the side of the house and laid to lawn for easy maintenance and whilst currently fenced parallel to the front of the house, this could be moved to incorporate the front garden to create a larger space. There is also secluded courtyard accessed from the breakfast room which provides a lovely seating area.
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