Tel: 01233 629 629
30 North Street, Ashford, Kent, TN24 8JR
Guide Price £675,000 - £700,000. Tudor Cottage is a truly unique property built by the current owners in 1988. It has an elevated position, set back from the road on a large plot surrounded by mature trees and shrubs with the most attractive and established gardens. The interior has a wealth of Mock Tudor character features including beams, exposed timers, natural wood finishes and an impressive Inglenook fireplace. The spacious entrance hall has exposed beams and an open balustrade staircase leading to the first floor. There is a useful under stairs cupboard, solid wood doors and access to the three reception rooms, the downstairs cloakroom and the kitchen. The triple aspect living room is a superb size with exposed beams and an incredible Inglenook fireplace with herringbone brick hearth. The dining room is a wonderful size with double doors leading to the rear garden. For those who occasionally work from home there is a separate study. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of oak fronted cupboards, a fully tiled floor and integrated appliances including a Neff oven, a combination microwave, a five burner gas hob, a fridge freezer and a dishwasher. The utility room is accessed via the kitchen and has plumbing and space for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and a wall mounted Baxi gas boiler. From here there is access to the rear garden. The first floor has a beautiful galleried landing and solid wood doors to all of the rooms. There are four good sized bedrooms, all of which have storage cupboards or fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room with a double shower cubicle. The luxury family bathroom has a roll top bath, a separate shower cubicle, a heated towel rail and a hand wash basin with a vanity unit. This incredible home has been thoughtfully designed with family living in mind; this, coupled with its fantastic location, makes it the perfect purchase.
Kennington is popular for its blend of homes ranging from old to new as well as a variety of home sizes to suit all ages. Surrounded by various local amenities and close to Junctions 9 or 10 of the M20 there are also great bus links to the town centre and surrounding villages. There are lovely walks to be had with areas of oustanding natural beauty being on your doorstep, with lots of pretty local villages to visit and woodlands to walk the family and dogs. Kennington has local Nursery, Primary and Secondary schools making it a great location for children of all ages. For the commuter the High Speed Rail Link takes you to London St Pancras in just 38 minutes.
The front and rear gardens have been exceptionally well maintained by the current owners. The property is surrounded by mature trees and shrubs, creating a high level of privacy and seclusion to this wonderful plot. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of flower borders, shrubs and a cherry tree. There is a path leading to the summerhouse at the bottom of the garden, the shed and the garage which has a personal door to the side. Next to the shed is a cedar wood framed greenhouse which mirrors the style of the summerhouse. There is a brick paved terrace at the top of the garden which is an ideal space to put a bistro table and chairs to sit with your morning coffee and admire this stunning outside space. A path leads to the side of the property and the front garden which is also laid to lawn with a lovely water feature, another seating area and further mature trees, shrubs and plants. There is a gate leading to the double oak framed garage and front driveway which is block paved and has plenty of additional parking. The rear access to the property is via Tritton Fields. Here, there is a large shingle driveway leading to the detached double garage with electric up and over door and power and light connected. The garage has potential for conversion to a separate annexe (subject to the appropriate planning permission) should the new owners require additional accommodation.
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