2 bedroom semi-detached house for saleSissinghurst
Withdrawn from Market £380,000
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM COTTAGE
- BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED SECLUDED REAR GARDEN
- SPACIOUS CONSERVATORY
- OPEN FIREPLACE IN LIVING ROOM
- BATHROOM WITH BATH AND BUILT IN SHOWER UNIT
- DRIVEWAY WITH OFF ROAD PARKING
- CRANBROOK SCHOOL CATCHMENT AREA
LOCATION Sissinghurst is a small village in the county of Kent, situated with Cranbrook to the south, Goudhurst to the west, Tenterden to the east and Staplehurst to the north. Originally called Mylkehouse, Sissinghurst changed its name in the 1850s. The village shares its history with that of the nearby Wealden town of Cranbrook, having strong evidence of cloth and iron ore manufacturing activities. Sissinghurst is most famous for its Castle and the magnificent gardens created in the 1930s by Vita Sackville-West, poet and gardening writer, and her husband Harold Nicolson, author and diplomat. The Street runs through the centre of the village and is where the village pub, The Milkhouse, can be found as well as the acclaimed Rankins restaurant, a tandoori restaurant, a general store and the village hall. Sissinghurst's parish church is the Anglican Trinity Church, built in 1838. The Sissinghurst Church of England Primary School is dedicated to providing an education of the highest quality.
ENTRANCE PORCH Front door with decorative inset glazed panels. Windows to the sides. Tiled floor. Inner front door with double glazed diamond paned upper panel.
LIVING ROOM Dual aspect with double glazed diamond paned window to side and to front. Feature fireplace housing the wood burning stove with stone hearth, iron surround with wood mantle. Coved ceiling. Ceiling rose. Opening to
KITCHEN Two double glazed diamond paned windows looking out into the Dining/Garden Room. Wall and base kitchen units with inset one and half bowl sink unit with swan neck mixer tap, drawers, plate rack, granite work surface and splash back. An electric 'Rangemaster'. Space for a freestanding fridge/freezer. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and slimline dishwasher. Old style radiatior. Ceiling rose. Stairs to the first floor. Multi paned door to the
DINING/GARDEN ROOM Double glazed. Oak wood floor boards. Two radiators. Double glazed door to the side leading to a large timber shed, log store and oil tank. French doors to the rear garden. Two wall lights.
LANDING Stairs to the second floor. Doors to bathroom and
BEDROOM ONE Dual aspect with double glazed diamond paned tilt window to front and double glazed diamond paned window to side. Gas coal effect fireplace with marble hearth and surround and painted wood mantle. Built-in cupboard with immersion heater and shelving. Coved ceiling. Ceiling rose. Radiator.
BATHROOM Two diamond paned double glazed windows to the rear one of which is opaque. Enclosed panelled bath with telephone style mixer taps and handheld shower attachment, cupboards either side with tiled tops and splashback. Decorative pedestal wash hand basin with accompanying low level WC. Step up to the built in shower unit. Coved ceiling. Two radiators.
SECOND FLOOR On the staircase there is a double glazed diamond paned window to side. Wall light.
BEDROOM TWO Dual aspect with double glazed diamond paned window to side and roof window to the rear. Radiator. Corner fitted cupboard. Built-in double wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving.
REAR GARDEN The established rear garden is fence and hedge enclosed with a red brick paved pathway leading to a patio area with a trellis adorned with climbing plants and a decorative pond with plants and gentle water fall feature. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with some central and side flower and shrub beds and mature trees. To the end of the garden is a summerhouse with double doors, two windows and power. Adjoining the summerhouse is a timber shed plus an additional larger garden shed further along with a green house and vegetable bed which is shielded from the main house by attractive trellis work with climbing plants. There is a brick outbuilding with power. To one side of the conservatory is the concealed oil tank, a log store and a large timber shed with power and window. Between the garden and the patio there is a drainage. Outside power points. Water tap.
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