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3 bedroom character property for sale
- Charming Cottage
- Quiet Road
- Walking Distance of Primary School
- Cranbrook School Catchment
- Two Reception Rooms
Tenure: FreeholdLOCATION: The Historic Village of Goudhurst is arguably one of Kent's highest, most picturesque Wealden Villages and is dominated by an old Norman Church overlooking the High Street. The Village has a fine selection of period, Kent-peg tile and white weather-boarded properties that lead down the hill to the Duck Pond. There are a wide variety of friendly Shops with good old-fashioned service including a busy General Store, Newsagents with Post Office, Chemist, Family Butchers with Grocery section, Bakers and Tea Shop, Antique Shop, Gift Shop, three Hairdressers, a Beauty Parlour and a Tile Company. Taywell Farm Shop on the outskirts of the Village was awarded the Best Kent Local Retailer of 2007 by the Taste of Kent Awards. There are four welcoming Country Inns in Goudhurst with their own separate Restaurants and an Italian Restaurant overlooking the Pond. The Village has a Doctors Surgery, Veterinary Surgery and Village Hall. Goudhurst also has two Petrol Stations, both offering a much appreciated personal vehicle filling service plus MOT and General Service facilities, an old Rolls Royce and other Vintage Cars Showroom and an Estate Agents Office. Risebridge Farm is a much praised, private, members only Health Club and Bedgebury Forest offers many leisure activities such as Cycling and a Go-Ape adventure course. Bedgebury Park, set in 125 glorious acres, is a Riding Centre of excellence offering Livery, Cross Country and Outriding through Bedgebury Forest. Goudhurst also enjoys 25 different clubs and societies including Scouts, Tennis, Cricket and Football Clubs, an Amateur Dramatics Society and the Smugglers Den Pre-School.
On the road between Lamberhurst and Goudhurst, Forstall Farm has a Stone Masons, Antique Shop with Upholsterers, Auction Room and a Cafι. For a more comprehensive range of Shopping facilities, the Towns of Cranbrook and Royal Tunbridge Wells are within driving distance. For the commuter there are Mainline Rail Services from the nearby Towns/Villages of Paddock Wood, Marden and Staplehurst (London Bridge approx. 50-55 minutes). At Kippings Cross on the A21 (which links the South East to the M25 and the rest of the UK Motorway Network) you will find a fantastic, new BP Petrol Station open 24/7 for all those late night urges and early morning essentials. Alongside petrol and diesel, this Garage is home to a Wild Bean Cafe, a Marks and Spencer Simply Food and a very highly regarded Hand Car Wash service.
DESCRIPTION: A delightful, unlisted, mid-terraced Cottage situated down a little-used lane in the most sought after Village of Goudhurst.
From the front, a partially glazed, wooden door opens into the:
SITTING ROOM: 1111 x 1010 (3.64 x 3.30) to the furthest points. Ceiling Height: 706 (2.28). A charming room enjoying a fireplace set upon a stone hearth with a wooden mantle above and inset with a Wood Burning Stove. A window looks out to the front of the Cottage. TV point. Telephone point. Radiator. Built-in Storage Cupboards. A folding door opens into the:
DINING ROOM: 1008 x 1006 (3.25 x 3.21) to the furthest points. Ceiling Height: 707 (2.32). This room boasts a brick built fireplace set upon a stone hearth and inset with a Wood Burning Stove which, although currently not used, could be opened up again if required. A window looks into the Laundry Room providing natural light. Wood effect flooring. Built in storage. Partially exposed brick wall. Central heating thermostat. A Staircase with a glazed panel providing natural light leads up to the First Floor Landing. An opening leads through to the:
KITCHEN: 1004 x 507 (3.15 x 1.71). Ceiling Height: 709 (2.36). Fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units and a worktop inset with a sink and drainer with a mixer tap over. A Beko double oven with a four ring hob is included. Breakfast Bar. Filtered water point. Space and plumbing for a washing machine. Various power points. Radiator. Wood effect flooring. A glass panelled door opens into the:
LAUNDRY ROOM: 805 x 501 (2.57 x 1.55). Ceiling Height: 702 (2.18). A useful room that is fully glazed to one side with a further window looking out to the Garden at the rear and a wooden stable style door providing access. There is a handy worktop with space and plumbing for a tumble dryer and a fridge freezer. Exposed brick wall. Various power points. A window provides natural light to the Dining Room.
Ascending the Staircase to the First Floor Landing, doors lead off into Bedrooms 2 and 3, the Family Bathroom and a Storage Cupboard which houses the hot water tank. A further Staircase leads up to the Second Floor.
BEDROOM 2: 1010 x 1009 (3.30 x 3.28) to the furthest points. Ceiling Height: 711 (2.41). A double room with a window to the front of the Cottage. Radiator. Various power points.
BEDROOM 3: 1004 x 701 (3.15 x 2.17) to the furthest points. Ceiling Height: 710 (2.40). A window looks out over the Garden to the rear. Radiator. Various power points.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 707 x 508 (2.33 x 1.74). Ceiling Height: 611 (2.12). Recently refurbished and fitted with a low-level WC, a wash-hand basin set into a vanity unit with a chrome mixer tap over, and a panelled bath with a chrome mixer tap, a chrome shower attachment with chrome shower controls and a glass shower screen. Heated towel rail. Tiled splashback. Partial tiling to the walls. A textured window allows natural light in from the rear.
Ascending the Staircase to the Second Floor and the:
MASTER BEDROOM: 1008 x 806 (3.27 x 2.59) to the furthest points. Ceiling Height: 602 (1.88) to the highest point. A double aspect room with windows looking out to the front and rear. Various power points. Built-in Storage Cupboard. Radiator. Electric storage heater.
EXTERNALLY: 4506 x 130 (13.91 x 3.98) to the furthest points (source: www.promap.co.uk). To the rear of the Cottage there is a delightful Courtyard Garden, mainly gravelled and easily maintainable. A Terrace provides a spot to sit and relax and is cleverly separated from the rest of the Garden by a railway sleeper wall. A paved path leads to a pedestrian gate at the end of the Garden and access to the GARAGE: 2005 x 90 (6.22 x 2.74) with an up and over door, power and lighting. There is a Log Store and a SHED: 707 x 610 (2.32 x 2.08) which also benefits from power and lighting. The front of the Cottage is lined with mature flowerbeds.
SERVICES: Mains Drainage. Mains Electricity. Mains Water. Electric Central Heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council. Tax Band: D
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Country Property Group provides these particulars in good faith for guidance purposes only. We wish to stress that The Country Property Group is unable to measure the Land on offer in order to confirm the exact acreage and therefore requests all potential purchasers to satisfy themselves prior to entering into negotiations. Please note we have not conducted a structural survey of the property nor have we tested any of the heating, drainage, services, fittings or sanitary items in this property.