A delightful four bedroom detached house with generous living space and benefitting from a detached triple garage with conversion potential and glorious gardens extending to approximately one acre. The house is located in the semi-rural village of East Peckham, only 3.5 miles from the mainline station in Paddock Wood.
Built originally in the 1950s, the house has been sympathetically maintained over the years. There is an open porch with a pitched roof to the original oak front door. On entering the property there is a generous entrance hall, offering access into the sitting room, cloak room and kitchen/breakfast room. The bright south facing sitting room with an outlook over the front garden, has a feature fireplace, the owners inform us that original parquet flooring is underneath the carpet. The adjoining dining room has double doors into a bright conservatory, which is perfect for entertaining, especially in the summer months. The triple aspect kitchen / breakfast room is a great space with its own access out to the garden. It offers granite work surfaces over ivory shaker style kitchen units along with integrated appliances including a duel fuel range cooker, dishwasher, microwave and American style freestanding fridge freezer that can remain. There is space for washing machine/dryer in the separate utility room, located between the kitchen and dining room, which also benefits from its own sink, fitted cupboards for boots and coats, and separate access into the garden via a stable door. The utility room also has a wonderful terracotta quarry tiled floor, which also continues under the carpets in the hallway. To the first floor there are four bedrooms, an airing cupboard and a recently updated family bathroom, which includes a stylish bath, separate power shower, vintage heated towel rail, along with underfloor heating. The main bedroom is dual aspect and has fitted wardrobes and dressing table. Subject to the relevant planning permissions, there is a possibility to extend above the kitchen to create a master bedroom suite (the owners had plans drawn up to do this). The loft is also a useful space, accessed via a loft ladder, is currently carpeted and could be used as an office space / play room with eaves for storage or alternatively with the relevant permissions it could be converted to create a further bedroom. The views from all the first floor rooms are stunning, and the property really does offer panoramic views from every vantage point.
The house sits on a plot of approximately an acre, with gardens wrapping around the house that have been lovingly maintained by the current owners, including a rose garden, ornamental feature pond and an orchard with specimen trees. The house benefits from beautiful rear gardens with fantastic rural views across fields beyond, with a patio area directly outside the house which is perfect for entertaining as well as an extensive lawn interspersed with delightful beds and borders as well as mature trees. In addition there is a vegetable garden, leading to a vintage greenhouse and two generously sized sheds.
The village of East Peckham has an attractive central square and range of local shops and facilities. Nearby Paddock Wood (3.5 miles), Tonbridge (6.5 miles), Sevenoaks, Royal Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone have extensive amenities with shopping and leisure facilities. Tonbridge and Paddock Wood have regular train services to London (Paddock Wood to London Bridge from 39 minutes). There is a Primary school in the village and Tonbridge has a wide selection of private and state schools.
Tudor Dene is approached over a tarmac driveway, offering parking for multiple vehicles, with lawn to the front of the house with interspersing trees and hedging to the boundaries. The extensive, mature rear gardens extend to approximately an acre with many stunning features including a rose garden, ornamental feature pond and an orchard with specimen trees.
To the side of the property is a detached triple garage, with additional work shop area. Subject to the relevant planning permissions, this could well be converted into an annexe or office space.
Mains drainage, water and electricity. Gas fired central heating
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