GUIDE PRICE £325,000 - £350,000.
Beautifully presented 3 bed family home in the highly desired village of Hamstreet. Recently refurbished & creatively extended. Close to the village primary school & train station.
Guide Price £325,000 - £350,000. This outstanding family home is located in a quiet cul-de-sac away from passing traffic in the highly desired vibrant village of Hamstreet. This village home has been creatively extended with a reconfigured interior that meets with the fashionable open plan trend and is fabulously decorated and presented to an exceptional standard. The welcoming entrance hall has a smart downstairs cloakroom and floor tiling with underfloor heating that extends through to the refurbished kitchen/dining room. The well fitted and modern kitchen/dining room has solid oak worktops and a fantastic array of wall and base for storage. There is a range cooker with an overhead extractor fan and an integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer. There is also plumbing and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. This is a perfect space for entertaining with plenty of room for a large dining table in front of the French doors that open out to the rear garden. Situated to the front of the property is the elegantly styled living room which is beautifully lit by the large window yet remains cosy with the addition of the log burner fireplace. Upstairs, there are two bright double bedrooms and a good size single bedroom with built in storage. Completing the property is the family bathroom that has a recently fitted fresh white suite with a shower over the bath.
The Kentish village of Hamstreet is affectionately known as the gateway to the marsh', being located six miles south of Ashford where the ridge of clay hills meets the flat expanses of Romney Marsh, an area once awash with smuggling. Three long distance footpaths pass through the village; one follows the peaceful banks of the Royal Military Canal - the UK's third longest defensive structure, and two pass through the expansive woodland that is Hamstreet Woods. A second area of public woodland is located northeast of the village at Orlestone Forest. Orlestone is the original location of the village - now just a hamlet. The village has an array of local amenities including a shop with a post office, The Dukes Head pub, The Cosy Kettle tearoom and an Indian restaurant. There is a railway station with links to Ashford International and Hastings. Ashford International has high speed links to London St Pancras in just 37 minutes. Hamstreet primary school is within walking distance of the property, and regular buses run to and from Ashford town centre with a fantastic selection of secondary schools.
The French doors in the kitchen/dining room lead out onto the large patio which is a great space for alfresco dining and socialising. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn and there are raised flower beds to the borders plus personal access to the garage at the bottom of the garden. The front garden has been paved, creating two private parking spaces with a shared drive leading to the garage at the rear of the property.
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