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Woodside Green, Lenham - ME17 2ET


Guide Price £950,000


Type: Detached House

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Receptions: 2


Guide Price: £950,000 - £1,000,000. Secluded & rural location just outside Lenham with a unique 4 bedroom detached refurbished cottage & the most wonderful far reaching views over farmland. Garage & workshop, 2 offices in the grounds & landscaped gardens.

  • Price Guide £950,000 - £1,000,000. Stunning & unique detached property built circa 1800's set in a enviable position on the top of the North Downs with uninterrupted views of farmland
  • Set over 3 floors with 4 double bedrooms (2 of which are King size) & 3 bathrooms
  • Original features throughout including wooden floors, latch doors & feature fireplaces
  • Refurbished open plan kitchen/dining room with Rangemaster oven available under negotiation
  • Garage & workshop combined with power & light. 2 separate offices built within the grounds, both with power, light & high speed fibre broadband direct to the house with up to 1GB.
  • South facing landscaped rustic cottage garden with wonderful views over countryside
  • Potential to extend to the rear (lapsed planning would need to be reapplied for)
  • Single garage (currently used as a studio) & driveway for 4 vehicles
  • Easy access to the A20/M20 & M2
  • Within 2 miles to popular Lenham schools

Overview

GUIDE PRICE £950,000

Property Description: Guide Price: £950,000 - £1,000,000. Tophill Cottage is a unique four bedroom detached family home situated in a secluded rural location on the top of the North Downs just outside Lenham. The property was originally two Victorian cottages built in circa 1880 that have been combined to create a beautiful family home. The old has been combined with the new and stunning period features have been kept throughout including the original wooden floors, latch doors and fireplaces. The property has two separate porch entrances, opening into the kitchen and the dining room. The country style kitchen/breakfast room has a range of base units and storage, a breakfast bar, a butler sink, a Rangemaster oven (available under further negotiation), a wine fridge and space for a fridge freezer. The stairs to the first floor are accessed from the kitchen via a latch door and there is a utility room with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, separate shower room and a door opening onto the garden. The dual aspect living room is flooded with light from the French doors and windows and has fantastic views across the garden and beyond. There is also a great log burner for those cosy winter evenings. The separate dining room has a feature fireplace and space for a large dining table. On the first floor there are two great sized double bedrooms both of which have built in wardrobes, working feature fireplaces and plenty of space for King size beds. Completing this floor is a separate shower room and bathroom both with traditional Victorian high-level toilets, sinks with a towel rail and a beautiful roll top bathtub. On the top floor there are a further two double bedrooms with great views. Within recent years, all windows, doors and radiators have been replaced. This property has recently been fitted with a new alarm and CCTV system, for added security.

Outside: The property sits on a completely secluded and private plot of approximately 0.37 acres surrounded by uninterrupted views of farmland and countryside. The south facing rustic cottage gardens have been professionally landscaped with a generous lawn that has power points for lighting plus decked and paved areas with seating specifically placed to take in the views and capture the sunshine throughout the whole day. There is also a kitchen garden with a greenhouse. The garage and workshop have been combined and have power and light. There are two separate offices built within the grounds, both with power, light, and high speed fibre broadband direct to the house with up to 1GB. In addition there is ample storage in the garden that includes both a large secure shed and a storage container. There is plenty of parking on the driveway to the front of the house for several vehicles.

Location: Lenham is a quaint and popular market village in Kent, originally mentioned in the Doomsday Book and is situated on the southern edge of the North Downs, halfway between Maidstone and Ashford, just off the A20. The centre of the village is a picturesque square and includes its own bakery, post office and bank along with variety of other shops. There are two pubs, one of which is a hotel, a restaurant and tea room. It also has a local Primary and Swadelands Secondary School. Events are held throughout the year including a regular monthly Country Market and there are various clubs for the young and old, including Youth Club, local Guides troupe, Bowles Club and Morris Dancing. Lenham has its own railway station which is on the Ashford to London Victoria line, via Maidstone East.

Directions: www.google.co.uk/maps - ME17 2ET

Local Authority: Maidstone Borough Council 01622 602000. Kent County Council - 0845 247 247

Services: Oil fired heating, mains water, electricity and private drainage.

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




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Woodside Green, Lenham - ME17 2ET

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FOR SALE
Guide Price £950,000


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