This attractive detached Edwardian house has been the much loved family home of the current owners for 24 years. During that time they have made many improvements and have kept the property maintained to a good standard.
Inside, the home has a nice feel and all of the rooms are a good size and are full of traditional features such as picture rails, feature fireplaces, high ceilings, deep skirting boards and original panelled doors. There is a cosy sitting room with lovely feature fireplace and box bay window at the front, the separate dining room has access to the bright and warm sun room at the rear, which has also been used as a music room or study by the family, and has direct access out onto the raised, decked terrace. The kitchen/diner is very traditional in style with wooden country style units and a Rayburn range cooker, and also has a utility room to one side. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms as well as the master bedroom and en-suite shower room, plus the family bathroom. A further staircase leads to the second floor with an open plan hobbies area (which could be used as another study or teenagers' lounge), as well as leading to bedroom four.
Outside, the property is approached by a large gravel driveway with plenty of parking for numerous cars, which leads to the single detached garage at the side. The gardens at the rear are glorious with far reaching views over the neighbouring countryside. There is a raised decked terrace with steps going down to the paved sun terrace. There is a mature hedged perimeter and a large lawn, with a further area of lawn at the foot of the garden, ideal for lawn tennis or football. To the sides are a selection of mature trees and shrubs as well as a mature vegetable garden with various beds and a wood shack.
Located on a quiet country lane adjoining open fields, the property is close enough to the village centre of Hawkhurst to be able to walk to it in around twenty minutes. There you will find the wonderful Kino cinema and café, local village shops as well as two major supermarkets - Waitrose and Tesco. For commuting, the mainline station at Staplehurst is approximately 9 miles away and offers services into London Charing Cross and Cannon Street. The property is ideally located for access to the major towns of Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone, and for escaping to the coast at Hastings. For the more active, as well as walking, cycling and horse riding locally, there is easy access to the outdoor attractions of Bewl Water and Bedgebury Pinetum/Go Ape.
Access to schooling is excellent with the renowned Cranbrook School a short distance away. The High Weald Academy is also in Cranbrook. For private schools you have Marlborough House Prep, St Ronans and Dulwich Prep all close by.
entrancehall Original hardwood front door leads into the entrance hall. Stairs lead up to the first floor, with a large storage cupboard under. Picture rail. Carpeted.
Cloakroom Window to the front. W.C. And wash hand basin. Vinyl flooring.
Sittingroom Box bay window to the front. Feature open fireplace with Art Nouveau style tiled panels and tiled hearth plus cast iron grate. Lovely high ceiling and high skirting boards. Picture rails. Carpeted.
Diningroom Glazed windows and doors through to the sun room. Feature open fireplace with Art Nouveau style tiled panels and tiled hearth plus cast iron grate. Built in bookcases to either side of the chimney breast, with built in cupboard and display shelving. Picture rail. Carpeted.
Sunroom Double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden and double glazed doors leading out onto the decked terrace. Previous uses have been a study and music room. Vinyl flooring.
Kitchen/breakfastroom Double glazed windows to the side and overlooking the rear garden with a further set of double glazed doors leading out onto the decked terrace. Country style kitchen with matching wall and base units with wooden worktops and inset butler sink. Fitted gas hob and inset oven with extractor over. Feature Rayburn cooker fitted in a brick built surround. Large oak dresser unit to one side available to purchase separately. Wooden flooring.
Utilityroom Window to the side and double glazed door leading out to the side of the property. Space and plumbing for a washing machine. Butler sink. Fitted gas boiler. Vinyl flooring.
Firstfloorlanding Large window overlooking the side of the property with views out over the countryside. Picture rail. Stairs leading up to the second floor. Carpeted.
Bedroom2 Glazed sash window overlooking the rear garden and with lovely views of the countryside. Cast iron feature fireplace. Built in wardrobe and built in cupboard. Picture rail. Carpeted.
Bedroom3 Double glazed windows to the side and rear with lovely views over open countryside. Feature cast iron fireplace. Picture rail. Vinyl flooring.
Masterbedroom Glazed window to the front. Feature cast iron fireplace with tiled panel inserts. Built in wardrobes. Picture rail. Carpeted. Door to the en-suite shower room.
Ensuite Windows looking out to the front and side. Double shower cubicle with fitted shower. W.C. Wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Picture rail. Vinyl flooring.
Familybathroom Double glazed window to the rear. Fitted bath with shower over and glass screen. W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Part tiled walls. Vinyl flooring.
Hobbiesroom Stairs from the first floor lead up to this open plan room. Double glazed window to the rear with views over the garden and beyond. Plenty of space either side for use as a hobbies room, study or even a teenagers' lounge or bedroom. Access to the eaves storage and loft space and door to bedroom four. Carpeted.
Bedroom4 Window to the front and double set of Velux windows to the roof. Access to eaves storage area. Carpeted.
frontgarden Enclosed by a mature hedge, with an area of lawn to the front.
Driveway Large gravel driveway leading to the front door and down the side to the garage. Parking available for numerous vehicles.
Garage Single garage with double doors to the front. Power and light.
Reargarden With a southerly facing aspect and views over the surrounding countryside. Raised decked terrace with steps down to the large paved sun terrace with wooden pergola to one side. Further steps lead down to the long lawn with mature shrubs and specimen trees. Good size vegetable garden with various beds for rotating crops. Wood shack.
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