Arranged over three storeys with picturesque views of the surrounding garden, adjoining pastures, and village allotments opposite with far-reaching views beyond, this character property combines a wealth of original charm with modern finishing touches.
With French doors that take you out onto a private patio, a superb sitting room sits beneath the exposed timber beams that flow throughout the majority of this village home. Its engineered wood floor and soft neutral colour scheme extends across the ground floor into a dining room where a wonderful fireplace adds a distinguished focal point. Sympathetically styled cabinets lie within chimney breast alcoves, while a demi-glazed door makes it easy to step into the pretty front garden. A marvellous kitchen is fully fitted with tastefully chosen painted Shaker-style cabinets and wood countertops housing integrated appliances, and an attractive cloakroom completes the ground floor.
The period charm continues upstairs where four bedrooms produce flexible family accommodation. The three first floor rooms have more of those exposed timber beams and while one has a feature patterned wall, the principal bedroom cleverly incorporates an en suite shower room within its fitted wardrobes. A top floor bedroom has far-reaching views, and an excellent family bathroom has a freestanding slipper bath and a walk-in shower.
At the front of the property mature hedgerows border the established lawns and flowerbeds of a classic cottage garden that gives a picture perfect first impression.
The French doors of the sitting room invite you out onto the tiers of broad paved patios that create ample space to relax in the sun and spend time with family and friends. Looking out onto the surrounding countryside tremendously sized lawns stretch out before you peppered and framed by trees and shrubs that seamlessly blend with the landscape and give an unexpected amount of idyllic outdoor space. A timber shed supplies handy storage and parking is available on the street.
The picturesque village of Shoreham sits to the north of Sevenoaks with a vineyard, village shop, primary school and popular local pub. Sevenoaks town centre is approximately 5.4 miles distant with a wider range of shopping, social and educational facilities. Shoreham mainline station is 0.8miles with services to London Blackfriars, and Sevenoaks station offers fast and frequent services to Charing Cross and Cannon street. Junction 5 of the M25 is just to the west of Sevenoaks.
Sevenoaks District Council – Tax Band D
All mains services connected
Garden Approximately 227.56 feet
Approximately 1201 Square Feet