A charming and beautifully presented end-of-terrace period cottage within walking distance of the mainline station. Read more
A charming and beautifully presented end-of-terrace period cottage within walking distance of the mainline station.
DESCRIPTION A delightful, unlisted, period cottage built traditionally of brick beneath a Kent peg-tiled roof with tile hung upper elevations. The cottage has undergone sympathetic restoration, with care being taken to preserve as much character as possible. The cottage is double glazed throughout, and benefits from mains gas central heating.
The property is set within the popular Wealden village of Marden with its range of local shopping facilities including village stores, a butcher, a baker and a petrol station. There is an excellent primary school in the village and the mainline station offers commuter services to London Charing Cross, Waterloo, London Bridge and Cannon Street (approximately 50 minutes). The County Town of Tunbridge Wells is approximately 10 miles away and Maidstone is approximately 8 miles away providing a wider range of both leisure and shopping facilities.
ENTRANCEPORCH Approached by newly installed solid oak front door. Window to front. Radiator. Brick-effect tiled floor.
SITTINGROOM12'10" x 12'0". Window to front. Original exposed brick feature chimney breast with open log fireplace. Radiator. Fitted carpet.
KITCHEN 12'10" X 10'03". Window and door opening into Conservatory. Range of base and eye level units with laminate worksurface and brick-effect tiled splashback. Stainless steel sink with draining board and mixer tap. Integrated dishwasher and washing machine. Electric Cannon cooker with double oven and electric hob, and integrated extractor hood above. Worcester combi gas boiler. Radiator. Vinyl flooring.
CONSERVATORY/DININGROOM10'0" x 9'08". Double doors opening onto rear garden and single door to the side. Radiator. Power points. Wood laminate flooring. Thomas Sanderson fitted blinds to all windows.
Solid wooden staircase from kitchen leading to:
FIRSTFLOORLANDING Large storage cupboard. Radiator. Oak floor boards exposed.
BEDROOM1 13'04" X 12'08". Window to front. Exposed brick chimney breast. Radiator. Fitted carpet.
BATHROOM Window to rear. Panelled bath with shower over. Pedestal handwash basin. WC. Radiator. Part-tiled walls. Exposed and original oak floor boards.
Solid wooden staircase from First Floor Landing to:
BEDROOM2 12'11" X 11'10". Window to side. Three eaves storage cupboards. Loft access (part boarded). Electric wall-mounted heater. Fitted carpet.
OUTSIDE To the FRONT of the property lies a professionally laid gravel driveway with off-road parking and dropped kerb. To the REAR of the property lies a brick paved patio area, an area of lawn, and wooden fence boundaries with mature hedges. Outside tap. Garden shed with integrated log storage. Large SUMMERHOUSE (fully carpeted with electricity and electric wall-mounted heater). Side access (via wooden gate) to Front Drive, with outside lights.
COUNCILTAX Maidstone Borough Council Tax Band D
ENERGYPERFORMANCERATING EPC Rating: E
MONEYLAUNDERINGREGULATIONS Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.
These details have been prepared to comply with the 1991 Property Misdescriptions Act. Great care has been taken to be as accurate as is realistic. Please note that it should not be assumed that any fixtures or fittings are automatically included within the sale of this property. None of the services, fittings or appliances within the property have been tested by the Agent and, therefore, prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves that any of the aforesaid mentioned in the Sales Particulars are in working order. All measurements are approximate, and these details are intended for guidance only and cannot be incorporated in any contract.