3 bedroom terraced house for saleHigh Street, Yalding
Sold STC £250,000
- Charming Grade II listed mid-terrace cottage set over three floors
- Situated in the heart of the village and beautifully presented throughout
- Three bedrooms with one benefitting from an en-suite bathroom
- Sitting room with an inglenook fireplace and a wood burner inset
- Pretty rear garden with a sunny open aspect overlooking the river
- NO FORWARD CHAIN
A charming Grade II listed mid-terrace cottage in the heart of the village. Benefitting from three bedrooms, one of which incorporates an en-suite bathroom and a wealth of period features including an inglenook fireplace with a wood burner inset and exposed timbers and beams. The accommodation is beautifully presented throughout and set over three floors comprising sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room with two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor and a second floor bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
Maidstone approx. 7 miles distance | Paddock Wood Mainline Railway Station approx. 4.8 miles distance
The Property: The front door opens into the sitting room which has a turned staircase to the first floor landing with exposed timbers and beams. There is a useful storage cupboard beside the staircase with an open doorway to the other leading through an inner hall to the kitchen/breakfast room. Next to the front door is a large cupboard housing the high level gas and electricity meters with shelving, coats hanging space and shoe/boot storage. There is a central inglenook fireplace with a wood burner inset and a window to the front. The kitchen/breakfast room has a window and door to the garden and enjoys an open aspect beyond. There is a basic range of wall, base and drawer units with an integrated four ring gas hob with a double oven under. There is space and plumbing for a washer/dryer and further integrated appliances including a dishwasher and fridge/freezer. There is a walk-in pantry and a cupboard housing the combination gas fired boiler which was fitted less than a year ago and benefits from the remaining manufactures guarantee until 2022.
On the first floor are two bedrooms and a bathroom with a turned staircase to the second floor. To the front is a double bedroom with an exposed brick feature fireplace and a large understairs storage cupboard with further space for two free standing wardrobes. The second bedroom is a single with a window to the rear and offers the flexibility to be used as a study subject to individual needs. The bathroom has a fabulous rear view with a white suite comprising; low level wc with wooden seat, wood panelled bath with a mixer tap and gravity fed shower attachment above and a wash hand basin set into a vanity unit. The space has been maximised perfectly with ample storage space and shelving within an alcove behind the door to one side of the bathroom.
On the second floor is a double bedroom with a dormer window to the front with a pretty elevated view over the high street and beyond. There is a small eaves storage cupboard and a walk-in wardrobe space to the side of the chimney breast with a door to an en-suite bathroom. The bathroom has a white suite comprising; low level wc, wood panelled bath with a mixer tap and gravity fed shower attachment above and a wash hand basin set into a vanity unit. There is a further small eaves storage cupboard in the bathroom with a loft hatch in the bedroom.
Gardens & Grounds: A pretty cobbled courtyard area lays closest to the cottage with a path leading into the well established garden and past an old outhouse with a timber garden shed next to it. The path zigzags through roses and lavender planting borders to name but a few to a patio seating area to the far end of the garden which enjoys a view down to the river and over to the historic medieval bridge to one side. Although the garden has a northerly aspect the sun still bursts over the roof top and across the majority of the garden.
Agents Note: To the rear of the property is a historic right of access for the neighbouring properties to one side to be able to come across for maintenance and such like.
Directions: From the Hop Farm in Paddock Wood proceed towards East Peckham. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit back towards Paddock Wood. Take the left turning onto the slip road towards Beltring and continue along Gravelly Ways Road to the next junction just after the small bridge and turn left onto Lees Road towards Yalding. Follow till the next junction and turn right towards the High Street. Upon entering the village the property is located on the left hand side just after the left turn for the medieval bridge.
Services: Gas fired central heating with all other mains services connected but not tested
Local authority: Maidstone Borough Council
Council tax: Band B
EPC: N/A Grade II listed
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the Paddock Wood Office: 01892 832325
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