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Village location

Extended family home

Flexible accommodation

Open plan living space

Utility Room

Good sized garden

An expertly remodelled and extended, period house bought right up to date with modern insulation and materials and situated in a sought after village location.

Viewing is essential to fully appreciate all this fabulous home has to offer. Originally, a modest timber framed cottage, this house has been undergone a comprehensive schedule of building, refurbishment and modernisation to bring it up to modern building standards and provide a spacious, comfortable and efficient family home. On entering the property, you get an instant feel for quality. The open plan living space with log burner extends to the rear and provides various areas where the family can relax and study while incorporating the kitchen and dining areas. All the windows are triple glazed and a roof lantern pours extra light into the rear extension. The kitchen is well appointed with bespoke island unit and integrated appliances. A solid oak floor runs throughout this entire space, which also gives access to the utility room and snug. The snug is a great space for some quiet time or catching up on your favourite TV shows, or could be a further bedroom if required. On the first floor are 2 double bedrooms and a single that has the staircase up to the master suite and a luxury bathroom with underfloor heating. The master suite is on the top floor with velux style windows flooding the room with light. A stylish en suite bathroom occupies one end and opens into the sleeping space. Outside the gardens have been landscaped and provide a spacious hardwood deck with plenty of room for alfresco dining and entertaining. The garden is well stocked with a variety of established plants and shrubs, has a lawned area a useful garden shed and summerhouse. To the front, there is a drop kerb and parking for 2 vehicles.

Our client's intention when purchasing this house was to create a fantastic, energy efficient family home that is of conventional brick and block construction and complies with all current building regulations and planning consents while maintaining the original, period feel. The weather boarding is of the typical Kentish vernacular and keeps with traditional feel of the building. Property of this standard is rarely available and an early viewing is confidently recommended.

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Description:
 An expertly remodelled and extended, period house bought right up to date with modern insulation and materials and situated in a sought after village location. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate all this fabulous home has to offer. Originally, a modest timber framed cottage, this house has been undergone a comprehensive schedule of building, refurbishment and modernisation to bring it up to modern building standards and provide a spacious, comfortable and efficient family home. On entering the property, you get an instant feel for quality. The open plan living space with log burner extends to the rear and provides various areas where the family can relax and study while incorporating the kitchen and dining areas. All the windows are triple glazed and a roof lantern pours extra light into the rear extension. The kitchen is well appointed with bespoke island unit and integrated appliances. A solid oak floor runs throughout this entire space, which also gives access to the utility room and snug. The snug is a great space for some quiet time or catching up on your favourite TV shows, or could be a further bedroom if required. On the first floor are 2 double bedrooms and a single that has the staircase up to the master suite and a luxury bathroom with underfloor heating. The master suite is on the top floor with velux style windows flooding the room with light. A stylish en suite bathroom occupies one end and opens into the sleeping space. Outside the gardens have been landscaped and provide a spacious hardwood deck with plenty of room for alfresco dining and entertaining. The garden is well stocked with a variety of established plants and shrubs, has a lawned area a useful garden shed and summerhouse. To the front, there is a drop kerb and parking for 2 vehicles. Our client's intention when purchasing this house was to create a fantastic, energy efficient family home that is of conventional brick and block construction and complies with all current building regulations and planning consents while maintaining the original, period feel. The weather boarding is of the typical Kentish vernacular and keeps with traditional feel of the building. Property of this standard is rarely available and an early viewing is confidently recommended.

  
Entrance Hall:
  
  
Lounge/Diner:
 34'2" x 14'1" (10.41m x 4.29m)
 
  
Kitchen:
 10'3" x 8'1" (3.12m x 2.46m)
 
  
Snug:
 15'9" x 8'1" (4.80m x 2.46m)
 
  
Utility Room:
  
  
Bedroom 1:
 14'1" x 10'6" (4.29m x 3.20m)
 
  
Bedroom 2:
 11'6" x 10'11" (3.51m x 3.33m)
 
  
Bedroom 3:
 8'9" x 8'1" (2.67m x 2.46m)
 
  
Master Suite:
 21'0" x 12'0" (6.40m x 3.66m)
 
  
Floor Plan 1

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Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquires to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property. We have not tested any services, systems or appliances at this property. We strongly recommend that all the information we provide be verified by you on inspection, and by your Surveyor and Conveyancer.