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In a semi-rural location yet walking distance of the village, a detached house of character originally constructed in the 1920s. Accessed via a private lane and in grounds in excess of thirteen acres, the substantial accommodation extending to 4247 square feet (394.6m) is arranged primarily over two floors, together with a two-storey annex. Now in need of a measure of updating and refurbishment, the property presents a new owner with an exciting opportunity to create an exceptional family home in a sought after location.
Knockholt is a charming, affluent village that is conveniently situated just outside Greater London, amid Kent countryside and just north of Sevenoaks. Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it benefits from excellent road and swift rail connections to London, international airports and Channel ports, along with a fine selection of schooling in both the state and private sectors. The village itself has a local shop, public houses, an award winning garden centre and an ancient church. A more extensive selection of shops and banking facilities can be found in Sevenoaks or Bromley. Schools include Sevenoaks , Newstead Woods, St Olave's, Combe Bank and St Katharine’s Primary. For commuters, Knockholt Station is just over two miles away and Orpington Station four miles away. Both provide easy access to London terminals at London Bridge, Charing Cross with Victoria trains also available from Orpington. Access to the national motorway system is via the M25 junction 4, approximately two miles away. The area is renowned for its walks and bridle paths and nearby golf clubs including The West Kent at Downe and The London Golf Club at Ash.
With views over adjoining rolling Kent countryside, the gardens and grounds surround the house and extend to in excess of thirteen acres (5.33 hectares) and consist of formal gardens, paddocks and a small area of woodland. To the front is a parking area providing ample parking for several cars and there are various outbuildings within the grounds providing storage.
1920s Family Home
4247 Square Feet (394.6m)
13.15 Acres (5.32 hectares)
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