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2 bedroom house for sale

The Street, Cobham, Gravesend

Guide Price £290,000

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GUIDE PRICE £290,000 - £310,000


Set in the idyllic village of Cobham, this beautiful terraced home is yours for the taking and is set to impress as soon as you set foot through the front door !!!

A welcoming Living room packed with character features including a wood burner that is sure to sooth the winter blues ensuring a warm and cosy atmosphere for you and your guests or simply allowing you to curl up with a book or take in what ever the evening may have in store in front of the TV.

A well planned kitchen with plenty of work surfaces will allow the chef of the home to perfect and hone their culinary skills as you interact with your dinner guests, and with doors to the rear giving versatility, and the open aspect to the rear garden, an opportunity to gaze upon the local wildlife either as part of the dawn chorus or summer evenings should the seasons permit.

To the first floor, a sizable master bedroom together with a family bathroom, and stairs leading to a second bedroom, gives this property and indeed the lucky buyer the scope and versatility needed to really make this property your own.

The low maintenance and easily manageable rear garden will provide you with hours of pleasure and with a sun terrace that is sure to bring your nearest and dearest visiting and the envy of all, this really has to be the property at the top of your list, as property sold with no chain.

There's also an option to rent a garage in the neighbouring road of Lawrence Drive, and also potential parking when required on occasions in the nearby public houses situated close to the property.

The village of Cobham and its hamlet of Sole Street in Kent, which contain over 450 'listed' buildings, are known for their links with Charles Dickens and its impressive 13th century church but there is much more.

Surrounded by open fields, woodland and orchards, the village is also convenient for combining a visit with Jeskyns Community Woodland and Greenspace, Shorne Woods Country Park or Cobham Hall, nearby.

Charles Dickens, Englands renowned novelist, delighted himself in Cobham and its environs as he loved to walk from his home at Gads Hill, Higham through Cobham Park to work through the story lines of his novels. The Leather Bottle Inn was immortalized in The Pickwick Papers and was much frequented by the great author himself. Today the pub retains the charm that no doubt attracted Dickens and houses a fine collection of Dickensian memorabilia.

The village stands at the end of the Lime Avenue that leads to the great Cobham Hall, one of the finest houses in Kent, set within the 50 acres of grounds of Cobham Park, laid out by the famous landscape architect Sir Humphry Repton, with harmonizing buildings within the landscape, including the internationally important Darnley Mausoleum. The Hall, featuring interior workmanship by James Wyatt, Inigo Jones and the Adams brothers, is a public school and open to the public during Easter and Summer holidays.


Lounge - 4.57m x 4.52m (15' x 14'10) -

Kitchen - 3.71m x 2.77m (12'2 x 9'1) -

Master Bedroom - 4.55m x 3.12m (14'11 x 10'3) -

Bedroom 2 - 3.53m x 2.82m (11'7 x 9'3) -

Rear Garden -

Village -

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Added on Rightmove:
10 October 2016


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