4 bedroom detached house for saleChiddingstone Hoath, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8
Guide Price £895,000
- Spacious & bright detached house
- Elevated position with southerly views
- 4/5 bedrooms, 2/3 reception rooms
- Gardens of about 0.65 acres
- Integral double garage, driveway
- Set in an AONB in a charming hamlet
- EPC Rating = D
SPACIOUS AND BRIGHT DETACHED HOUSE SET IN AN ELEVATED POSITION WITH PANORAMIC SOUTHERLY VIEWS AND CHARMING GARDENS OF ABOUT 0.65 ACRES
Rock View is positioned at the end of a no-through lane in a charming rural location, set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the hamlet of Chiddingstone Hoath. The hamlet benefits from a public house and public footpaths. The historic and picturesque villages of Chiddingstone, Penshurst and Hever are also located within a 3 mile radius, offering additional amenities.
Comprehensive Shopping: Edenbridge (5 miles), Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells, Bluewater Shopping Centre near Dartford.
Mainline Rail Services: Hildenborough (7.1 miles), Tonbridge (7.9 miles) and Sevenoaks (11 miles) to Charing Cross/Cannon Street. Other services to London Bridge/Victoria from Cowden (2 miles) and Edenbridge.
Primary Schools: Chiddingstone, Penshurst and Hever.
Grammar/Private Schools: Various in Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells including Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells Gr ammars and private schools in Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and Holmewood House in Tunbridge Wells.
Entertainment and Sporting facilities: There is a local cricket pitch near by, plus tennis and football clubs at Chiddingstone. Footpaths and bridlepath in the area. Bough Beech reservoir for sailing and fishing. Knights Park in Tunbridge Wells with a multi-screen cinema complex, a bowling alley and health/fitness club. A wide choice of golf courses in the area including Hever, Tunbridge Wells and The Ashdown Forest.
Motorway Links: The A21 provides links to M25 and other motorway networks, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports and the Channel Tunnel rail terminal.
Rock View is a well balanced detached family home, set in an elevated position with panoramic southerly views and charming gardens, amounting to about 0.65 acres. Dating from the 1960s, the property offers spacious and bright living accommodation arranged over two floors, that can be flexible in configuration.
Points of note include:
The entrance hall has stairs rising to the first floor, a built in storage cupboard and access to the shower room which includes W.C. and hand basin.
The sitting room and dining room join to create a spacious and light-filled interior, ideal for both entertaining and family living. It enjoys different aspects of the gardens and a sliding door leading out to the garden terrace. There is also a fireplace inset with an electric fire and a useful serving hatch from the kitchen to the dining room.
The well proportioned study can alternatively be used as an additional bedroom.
The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of wall and base cupboards with work surfaces incorporating a twin sink. Appliances include a Nobel oil fired range cooker and an integral Whirlpool electric hob. Space for dishwasher and fridge.
The adjoining utility room is fitted with wall and base units with work surfaces incorporating a sink. Space for washing machine, fridge and/or freezer. There is access to the integral double garage and rear garden.
The first floor landing includes fitted wardrobes and a walk-in airing cupboard.
The double master bedroom is arranged over the first floor and enjoys views over the rear garden and beyond. It benefits from fitted wardrobes and an accompanying en suite bathroom.
There are three further bedrooms, all of which include fitted wardrobes. Two of the bedrooms also provides a hand wash basin.
The family bathroom comprises bath with shower over, pedestal wash basin, heated towel rail and W.C.
The property is approached via a driveway providing parking for a number of cars, and leads to the integral double garage with an electric up and over door, power and light connected. Hedging runs to the perimeter with herbaceous beds and a brick pillared pedestrian gate leading to the front entrance.
The charming rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a raised paved terrace and four awnings, ideal for al fresco entertaining. The garden is well stocked with a variety of herbaceous beds, shrubs, hedging and mature trees. There are also fruit bushes, a pond, green house and three shreds, two of which have light and one has power connected.
Acreage: 0.65 Acres
From Sevenoaks High Street head south and after passing Sevenoaks School turn right into Weald Road. Continue towards the village of Weald and upon reaching the crossroads, continue straight over into Scabharbour Road. After about 1.7 miles bear right onto Copping's Road. Proceed for about 1.1 miles, continuing onto Camps Hill. At the T junction turn right onto the B2027 and after approximately 0.6 of a mile, turn left signposted Chiddingstone. Proceed to the end of this road bearing left at The Triangle Oast, and continue for about 1.8 miles toward Chiddingstone Hoath, passing The Rock public house on the left, continue up the hill. Take the next drive on the right hand side and follow this along where Rock View will be found at the end of the road on the left hand side.
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