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Butchers Lane, Mereworth - ME18 5QD

Guide Price £600,000

Type: Detached Bungalow

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 1

Receptions: 1

Guide Price: £600,000 - £650,000. Wonderful 4 bedroom detached bungalow in the popular village of Mereworth with integral garage & landscaped gardens. Planning permission granted for rear extension. 18ft Living/dining room with bi-folding doors.. Backs on to open paddocks.

  • Well presented 4 bedroom detached bungalow in the sought after village of Mereworth
  • 18ft dual aspect living/dining room with bi-folding doors
  • 3/4 double bedrooms (4th bedroom currently used as a reception room)
  • Family shower room plus separate cloakroom
  • Planning permission granted for single storey extension to the rear. Ref: 21/02699/FL (Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council)
  • Integral garage & extensive driveway for 4 vehicles
  • Landscaped rear garden with large patio area backing onto open fields & paddocks
  • 2.6 miles from West Malling train station with the Victoria line or 5.9 miles to Paddock Wood station on the Charing Cross line.
  • 0.6 miles from Mereworth Community Primary School
  • Local village amenities include The Moody Mare public house, Telston & Mereworth Cricket Club and the village hall
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GUIDE PRICE £600,000

Property Description: Guide Price £600,000 - £650,000. Situated in the popular semi-rural village of Mereworth is this delightful four bedroom detached bungalow backing onto open paddocks. The location is an attractive option for those seeking a combination of countryside charm and modern convenience. There is something for everyone with its lovely walks, good local schools and local amenities.

The property is well presented throughout and has planning permission for a rear extension. The galley style kitchen has a great range of storage with an integrated oven, gas hob and dishwasher. There is also space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and a fridge freezer. Double doors from the kitchen open into the generous living/dining room which is flooded with light from the double aspect window and bi-folding doors. For those cosy winter evenings there is a feature electric fire built into the wall. There are four double bedrooms, two of which have mirrored fitted sliding wardrobes, one of the bedrooms is currently used as a reception room. The modern shower room has a walk in shower, vanity sink and a heated towel rail. There is also an additional cloakroom.

Outside: To the front of the property there is an extensive paved driveway with parking for several vehicles and access to the integral garage. There is also access to the rear garden. The driveway is bordered by rockeries with shrubs and plants and there are steps up to the property. To the rear is a well maintained split level private garden that backs directly onto open paddocks with gate access. The extensive patio provides a wonderful space for entertaining in those warmer months with a feature wall incorporating a great BBQ area. Steps take you up to the lawn where there is a gate onto the open fields beyond. The garden is dotted with mature trees, shrubs and flowers.

Location: Mereworth is situated between Maidstone and Tonbridge in a valley through which a tributary of the River Medway flows. The village is in the Metropolitan Green Belt and contains several Conservation Areas. There are many buildings of historic interest, in particular Mereworth Castle, St Lawrence’s Church and Yotes Court, all listed Grade I. The village’s name derives from Mýra’s wort, or homestead, and it is mentioned in the Domesday Book 1086 as belonging to Hamo, a Norman nobleman. At that time there were 28 villagers, a church and two mills. Sir John de Mereworth fought at Edward III’s siege and capture of Calais in 1347, and the Nevill family owned Mereworth and much of the surrounding area throughout the middle ages. Both Mereworth and the Nevills are commemorated in the church. Mereworth is based principally around two roads, The Street and Butcher’s Lane, which both contain houses dating from the 15th century. Despite considerable infilling in the 20th century, the valley setting of the village has not changed in centuries and gives many houses generally unimpeded views of the rural landscape to the south.

Mereworth Primary School is located at the west end of The Street and is a popular school with consistently high ratings. It was founded as a church school in 1856 and the present older school buildings date from 1876. Leisure activities centre on the Queen Elizabeth Recreation Ground, where sports are played regularly, and the village fete is held each June. The day has always proved a happy and successful occasion, and for many people it provides one of the last links with true village life. Other recreational attractions are provided at The Moody Mare public house, the village hall and the allotments.

Directions: = ME18 5QD / What3Words = ///bypassed.marginal.stud

Council Tax: Current council tax band E (correct at time of marketing) To check council tax for this property, please refer to

Local Authority: Maidstone Borough Council 01622 602 000. Kent County Council - 0845 247 247

Services: Gas central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity.

Tenure: This property is freehold and is sold with vacant possession upon completion.


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Butchers Lane, Mereworth - ME18 5QD

 Detached Bungalow
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Guide Price £600,000

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