Built in 1909 stands this imposing three double bedroom detached Edwardian Villa, set in the heart of Ashford just moments from the Station and High Street, this stunning house boasts a wealth of character and charm but has been tastefully modernised throughout to a high level of specification to stay in keeping with the style of the house.
Built in 1909 stands this imposing three double bedroom detached Edwardian Villa, set in the heart of Ashford just moments from the Station and High Street, this stunning house boasts a wealth of character and charm but has been tastefully modernised throughout to a high level of specification to stay in keeping with the style of the house. The entrance hallway gives immediate access to the sitting room, which is bay fronted and retains the original cornicing with dark oak wooden flooring in addition there is also a wood burning stove. The hallway with original panelled staircase continues through to the kitchen, just before reaching the kitchen there is a downstairs cloakroom and separate utility room including washing machine, butler sink and ample storage cupboards. The kitchen specification is of an extremely high standard, starting with handmade painted timber units & finished with Silestone Quartz worktops. The kitchen appliances include, Miele steam oven and warming drawer, Fisher & Paykel fridge freezer, Bosch dishwasher, Range Cooker, Elica extractor hood, boiling water tap and two large larder cupboards. The kitchen, utility room and cloakroom also feature LED motion sensor lighting. The kitchen family room is a real focal point for the house which is overflowing with light from the bi-fold doors and vaulted roof lantern. This multi functioning room lends itself particularly well for entertaining but can also be more intimate in equal measures, with separate areas for dining and sitting with a breakfast bar to boot. Positioned just off this large room is a good size study, which could also be used as a playroom, with bespoke fitted units and LED feature lighting. The first floor comprises three generous double bedrooms which are positioned off this two way split level landing. The master bedroom is a large double with free standing wardrobes positioned either side of the original feature fireplace and there are two large sash windows that look out on to the pretty St Hilda's Church. The bathroom contains wall hung pan, shower fitting positioned above the bath, with waste pop up bath filler, thermostatic shower valve, and mirror cabinet with mood lighting and concealed shaver socket. The garden is approx 60' in length with raised composite decking area with the rest laid to lawn with mature shrub boarders and a pear tree. A shed is tucked away at the side of the property for that extra garden storage. Further benefits include megaflo system, providing good pressure throughout the property, original floorboards to the first floor, original doors throughout, underfloor heating to all tiled parts of the house, gas central heating, sash UPVC double glazed windows and off street parking to the front.
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