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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Furnace Lane, Brenchley

Withdrawn from Market £950,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four bedroom detached country home situated in a rural position with a total plot of 3.66 acres
  • Providing light, bright and airy accommodation immaculately presented throughout
  • Flexible reception rooms with a large open plan kitchen/dining room and separate utility room
  • Panoramic countryside views to the rear with a south westerly open aspect
  • Driveway with a detached double garage and space for a workbench with power and light
  • Short drive to local amenities and a mainline railway station

Full description

A rare opportunity to purchase an immaculately presented light and airy modern four/five bedroom detached country home situated in a rural location with a plot totalling about 3.66 acres including formal gardens and paddocks. The property benefits from a large open plan kitchen/dining room and sitting room with picture windows and bi-folding doors opening onto a south westerly open aspect rear garden enjoying far reaching panoramic countryside views. In addition there is a double garage with power and light with ample off road parking in front. The property is only a short drive to local amenities and a mainline railway station. Offered to the market with no forward chain.

Paddock Wood town centre and mainline railway station approx. 3.6 miles | A21 approx. 4.4 miles

THE PROPERTY:The front door opens into a large entrance hall which has a turned staircase to the first floor landing and doors to the utility room, kitchen/dining room and drawing room. There is also a cloakroom with a useful understairs storage cupboard. The entrance hall offers a flexible space to provide a study area or which could be incorporated into the drawing room subject to individual needs. The drawing room is an L-shape with two windows overlooking the front garden. The utility room has a range of wall and base units with a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink set into a worktop with an integrated washer/dryer under. The room also houses the oil fired boiler and hot water cylinder. From the hall double doors open into a large open plan kitchen/dining room with bi-folding doors and floor to ceiling picture windows providing panoramic views over the garden and beyond into the paddocks with further far reaching countryside views thereafter. The kitchen has a comprehensive range of wall, base and drawer units with integrated appliances including an electric four ring hob with double oven under and extractor above, dishwasher, fridge and freezer with a further wine chiller. Double doors open into a vast sitting room again enjoying the rear aspect with bi-folding doors opening onto the patio.On the first floor are four bedrooms and a family bathroom with a shower. The master bedroom is a real feature of the property and provides an en-suite shower room with wc, three built-in double wardrobes with hanging rails and chest of draws inset. There are two velux windows and a dormer window which enjoys the rear view. The family bathroom comprises a white suite with twin counter top wash hand basins, a low level wc, a free standing tub bath, a corner shower cubicle and is fully tiled.

GARDENS & GROUNDS:The property is accessed via a five bar gate from Furnace Lane onto a sweeping driveway which leads to the double garage with ample further parking in front. The garage has power and light connected with space for a workbench to one side and offers the versatility to be used as a home gym/studio subject to individual needs. There is also rear access through bi-folding doors which again enjoys the sunny rear aspect. A path leads to the front door with a post and rail fence dividing the front and rear gardens with an access gate. To the front of the property is an area of lawn which is screened to the road by panelled fencing with mature trees and shrubs planted abut. To the rear of the property is a large garden with a patio seating/entertaining area to the back of the house with doors to the kitchen/dining room and sitting room. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with some young trees and shrubs close to the boundary post and rail fence. To the rear of the garden is a small enclosed paddock with the majority of the land to the side. In all the plot totals about 3.66 acres and offers the opportunity to equestrian users to develop but is not overwhelming for those who wish to keep the paddocks as open grassland.

DIRECTIONS:From our office in Paddock Wood proceed into Church Road and follow out of town until the staggered crossroad junction with Queen Street and Mile Oak Road. Turn right onto Mile Oak Road and follow the road onto Pixot Hill. At the top of Pixot Hill turn left onto Crook Road. Continue on Crook Road for approx 1.44km and turn right into Furnace Lane. The property entrance is located after a short distance immediately on the right hand side.

Tenure: Freehold
Services: Oil fired central heating, mains electricity, mains water supply and drainage services connected but not tested
Local authority: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
Council tax: Band E
EPC: D (68)

VIEWING:Strictly by appointment with the agents. Paddock Wood Office: 01892 832325

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Added on Rightmove:
12 September 2016

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