4 bedrooms - 3 doubles & a generous single (2 with built in wardrobes)
Light & spacious open plan living/dining room
Kitchen with integrated appliances
Separate utility room with space for washing machine
Bathroom & ground floor WC
Backs onto recreational grounds with nearby play park
Garage (currently converted) & driveway
Under 0.5 miles to Kennington ce Academy
Just 0.7 miles to Towers School & Sixth Form Centre
Just over 2 miles to Ashford International station with high speed links to London
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Guide Price £425,000 - £445,000. This detached 1950s, four bedroom home has been tastefully decorated throughout to give a spacious, open feeling. The spacious porch has a large window and WC. French doors allow the natural light to lead through to the living/dining area. The large windows overlooking the front in the living area and the large sliding doors at the rear of the property to the garden, let in an abundance of natural light to the already beautifully lit room. The kitchen has white units with wood effect worktops and appliances include Zanussi electric double oven, gas hob with extractor hood and a dishwasher. Through an archway is a useful utility area which has space for a washing machine and dryer. From here is a door leading to the back of the garage which has been part divided to provide additional storage. Upstairs are three double bedrooms - two with built in wardrobes - and a generous single bedroom. The bathroom is fully tiled with a shower over the bath. Floorplan
Council Tax To check the Council Tax for this property, please refer to . Local Authority Ashford Borough Council . Kent County Council Services Gas central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity. Method of sale This property is Freehold and is offered for sale with vacant possession upon completion. Location When you look at what Ashford has to offer its residents, it’s easy to understand why it has been voted as one of the most desirable places to live, offering the best quality of life. Kennington in particular is popular for its blend of homes ranging from old to new, character to modern as well as a variety of home sizes to suit all ages. Kennington covers lots of sub areas which include Little Burton Farm, Bockhanger, Bybrook and Goat Lees. Surrounded by local shops, supermarkets, restaurants, take aways, hairdressers and beauticians, garden centres, a multiplex cinema and health clubs at both Junction 9 of the M20 and at the Historic Eastwell Manor. Close to Junctions 9 or 10 of the M20 and has great bus links to the Town Centre and surrounding villages. There are lovely walks to be had with areas of natural beauty being on your doorstep with lots of pretty local villages to visit and woods to walk the family and dogs. The newly opened Conningbrook Lakes Country Park offers a variety of leisure and water based activities for residents and visitors. Kennington has local Nursery, Primary and Secondary schools making it a great location for children of all ages. For the commuter there's the High Speed Rail Link taking you to Ebbsfleet International, Stratford International and London St Pancras in just 38 minutes along with Eurostar taking you to destinations such as Paris, Lille, Brussels and Calais. Outside The rear garden has been landscaped to provide a level, three tiered garden. Sliding doors from the dining area lead out to the patio - perfect for alfresco dining. The rear of the garden has an access gate leading to the recreation ground behind. There is side access and an outside tap just outside the utility room. The front of the property has a paved driveway which provides off road parking. The recreation ground behind the property has a play park tucked away in one of the corners and plenty of room for all to enjoy.
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