Property Description: This spacious two bedroom terraced house is located in the popular village of Eccles which lies between Maidstone and Medway with easy access to the main towns and motorways. The property has been redecorated and had new carpets throughout. Entering the property is a large bright living / dining room with a beamed ceiling and fireplace adding character to the room; there is also plenty of space for a dining table and chairs and a seating area. Off the living room is the kitchen which has an oven and hob and space and plumbing for a washing machine and fridge freezer. The kitchen leads through to small hallway which has access to the modern bathroom with a matching white suite and a shower over the bath and there is also a door onto a small paved outside area. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and an additional loft room which can be used for storage. There is plenty of free on street parking immediately outside the property and plenty of local amenities within walking distance.
Location: Eccles is a small picturesque village in the Aylesford parish below the North Downs; in the valley of the River Medway. There is a church, a convenience store with a post office and a doctor’s surgery. There is also a village hall with a pre-school and St Mark’s Church of England primary school which has a good Ofsted rating. At the centre of the village there is a large park with a skate park for children’s play and exercise equipment for adults. There is now just one pub in Eccles call the Red Bull. Eccles has two bus stops in each direction and the bus number 155 has regular services to Maidstone and the Medway Towns. A farmers’ market is held on every third Sunday of the month at Aylesford Priory which is within walking distance of the village. Although Eccles enjoys a quiet semi-rural location, it has good access to transport routes. It is just 3 miles from junctions 5 and 6 of the M20 motorway, and the same distance from junction 3 of the M2 motorway. Maidstone East train station is approximately 3 miles away; with direct links to London, or connecting trains can be caught from Aylesford train station less than 0.5 miles away. The village also has road access to communities on the west bank of the Medway by way of Peter’s Bridge which was opened in September 2016. There is a good network of footpaths around the village providing access to the surrounding countryside, vineyards and the River Medway. There are all-weather footways south to Aylesford Priory and north to Pilgrims' Way and hence to Burham. Beyond Burham, there is a combined footpath and cycle way down to the Riverside Walk at Peter's Village.
Directions: www.google.co.uk/maps - ME20 7HJ
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Local Authority: Maidstone Borough Council 01622 602000. Kent County Council - 0845 247 247.
Services: Gas central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity.
Fixtures: This property is unfurnished without white goods.
Availability: This property is available now.