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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Quested Way, Harrietsham, Maidstone, ME17

Sold by Us £275,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Chain Free
  • Excellent Standard Of Finish
  • Three Good Sized Bedrooms
  • New Kitchen & Bathroom
  • Off Road Parking
  • Secluded, Low Maintenance Garden
  • Village Location With Good Transport Links
  • Close To "Good" Certified Primary School

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
From the moment you step inside this three-bedroom terraced home, you notice the excellent finish and high attention to detail. Large windows throughout bring in abundant light that adds to the spacious feel of the property.

As well as space to store shoes and coats, there is ample room in the impressively large entrance hall for a desk. Storage is provided by way of a bespoke-built, solid plywood cabinet, so surfaces can be kept clear of clutter. A well-designed W.C. is situated under the stairs, and there are two separate doors leading directly into the living room and kitchen.

The kitchen is modern and attractive with built-in, high-specification appliances, and is open to the good-sized living-room/diner. Walnut engineered flooring throughout the downstairs is attractive and practical, and the tilt-and-turn windows should ensure that even the largest sofa passes through!

Two double bedrooms include built-in wardrobes and extra space for further storage, and the third bedroom – currently used as a dressing room – can comfortably accommodate a single bed and wardrobe.

The bathroom is clean and modern, with white fixtures and quality chrome fittings. There is a separate bath and large rain shower, as well as a bespoke-built cupboard above the toilet that provides generous storage for toiletries.

The low-maintenance rear garden has established beds and a built-in barbecue area. It is entirely secluded from the road, generally not overlooked, and receives sunshine throughout the year. The garden also includes an astronomical observatory, currently used for storage. In full working order, the roof spins and opens for the perfect view of the stars – either install a telescope, or allow the kids to imagine it’s their very own spaceship.

Landlord’s Comments
The bones of the house are great – abundant light, good sized rooms, superb location – and we have put much love and care into making it a modern home that is easy maintenance and comfortable.

The location is excellent: just five minutes from the M20 motorway, a five minute walk to the station and both the village shop and Post Office, ten minutes from a supermarket, and a three minute walk to Harrietsham Primary School (certified ‘Good’ by Ofsted). There is a children’s playground nearby, as well as a football pitch and public footpath routes through fields and woods.

The previous owners had lived here since it was built in 1965, and it was a happy home for them as it has been for us since we purchased it six years ago.

Ground Floor

Entrance way/study: Double-glazed windows to front and side. Bespoke-built, plywood cabinet with sliding doors. Understairs cupboard houses electricity and gas utility meters.
W.C.: Toilet with internal extraction, compact sink, storage for toiletries.
Living room/Diner: Double-glazed, tilt-and-turn windows to front and back. Tilt-and-turn patio door. Radiators below each window. TV and telephone point. Built-in drinks cabinet.
Kitchen: Range of base and wall units, including pull-out larder. Integrated appliances include Siemens double electric oven, Neff gas hob, extractor fan, separate fridge and freezer, Hotpoint slim-line dishwasher. Space for washing machine. Undermounted, stainless-steel sink. Open plywood shelving. Large double-glazed window to rear.

First floor
Bathroom: Double-glazed window with opener. Back to wall toilet, sink, double-ended bath, chrome fittings, rain shower, shower enclosure, heated towel rail, bespoke-built plywood storage cupboard. White wall tiles and plywood shelf. Vinyl flooring.
Bedroom One: Double-glazed, tilt-and-turn window to front. Radiator. Built-in wardrobe. Carpet.
Bedroom Two: Double-glazed, tilt-and-turn window to rear. Pine floorboards. Built-in wardrobe behind bespoke sliding door.
Bedroom Three: Double-glazed, tilt-and-turn window to front. Radiator. Carpet.
Airing Cupboard: Gas boiler, hot water tank, shower pump, shelving.
First Floor Landing/Stairs: Carpet. Access to loft hatch.

Front Garden
Off-road parking for one large or two small vehicles. Gravel with concrete path/steps and bed with newly planted hedge.

Rear Garden
Paved area with gravel. Beds with mature plants. Private seating area below established tree. Built-in barbecue. Astronomical observatory in working order (currently used for storage). Outdoor tap and electricity point.

7'10 x 11'07
2.4m x 3.5m

Living Room
10'06 x 22'05
3.2m x 6.8m

Entrance Hall
17'11 x 8'09
5.5m x 2.7m

Master Bedroom
12'01 x 10'09
3.7m x 3.3m

Bedroom Two
10'10 x 8'3
3.3m x 2.5m

Bedroom Three
7'02 x 9'06
2.2m x 2.9m

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
12 October 2016


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