GUIDE PRICE £325,000 - £350,000.
A Victorian 3 bedroom family home with huge potential; in need of a full renovation in sought after Wye village. Close to amenities, schools & transport links. No onward chain.
Guide Price £325,000 - £350,000. This period three bedroom terraced home is located in the centre of the medieval village of Wye and within close proximity of local amenities which include shops, restaurants and pubs. Brought to the market for the first time since 1979, this property is in need of modernisation throughout and offers a fantastic project for someone looking to put their own mark on their new home. The living room is at the front of the property and is beautifully lit by the dual aspect windows. There is a fireplace which provides a focal point for the room whilst the high ceilings, typical of the period of the property, create a wonderful feeling of space. The separate dining room has a large window which overlooks the rear garden. There is a fireplace and also built in storage. The kitchen leads from the dining room and has an array of units with space and plumbing for a washing machine, fridge/freezer and oven. The garden is accessed from the kitchen through a single door. The downstairs family shower room is partially tiled and also houses the wall mounted boiler. The entrance hallway provides an alternative access to the rear garden and stairs leading to the first floor. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms, two of which are doubles. Outside, the garden is mostly laid to patio and shingle with established plants making it extremely low-maintenance. With a southerly aspect, this wonderful suntrap would be the perfect oasis to relax in. This property is offered for sale with no onward chain. Please note there is a pedestrian right of way at the rear of the property. This gives No.10 Scotton St access to the front and in turn No. 8 has pedestrian across No. 6 to the front of the property.
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Ashford Borough Council 01233 331111. Kent County Council 08458 247247
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage
Method of Sale
This property is Freehold and is offered for sale with vacant possession upon completion
https://www.google.co.uk/maps - TN25 5BZ. From Harville Rd, follow this road for 1 mile and then turn right onto Bridge St. After 0.1 miles Bridge St turns left and becomes Churchfield Way. After 0.3 miles continue onto the High Street and after 0.1 miles continue onto Scotton Street.
Wye is now on the direct high speed line getting to London St Pancras in just 47 minutes via Ashford International and it's great links to the continent. There are local primary, prep and secondary schools which attract families to the area. Wye is very well known for its vibrant community (with people of all ages originally from the village and further afield), fantastic local restaurants and its location within the North Downs. Local restaurants include The Kings Head, The Tickled Trout and The Wife of Bath. A farmers' market is held in Wye on the first and third Saturday of every month and there is a local co-op mini market and post office.
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