5 bedroom house for sale

High Street, Staplehurst, Kent TN12 0AU

Under Offer £495,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Double Fronted Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Downstairs Cloakroom,
  • First Floor Landing,
  • Master Bedroom with En-suite Facilities, 3 Further Double Bedrooms, Family Bath Room,
  • Second Floor, Bedroom 5, Second Floor Store Room,
  • Beautiful Front & Rear Gardens,
  • Character Features Throughout,
  • Off Road Parking to Rear,
  • Additional Building To The Rear With PP For Conversion suitable for a number of uses.

Full description

A most elegant and extremely deceptive village residence with separate outbuilding to the rear, offering potential and flexibility for a number of uses!!
Believed to date back to 1490, with later additions, this double fronted, Grade II Listed period property offers well presented accommodation and boasts an abundance of character features throughout. With a superb sitting room featuring a substantial Inglenook fireplace, a large dining room with double doors opening onto the rear garden, a bespoke fitted kitchen, a downstairs WC and utility room, again with access to the charming enclosed walled rear garden. There are five double bedrooms (one with en-suite facilities), a family bathroom and an additional attic store room, set over 3 floors.Conveniently located within the village of Staplehurst which falls within the much favoured Cranbrook School Catchment Area, benefiting from off road parking to the rear within an additional historic building known as The Old Granary. The building dates backs to 1860, has full planning permission to be converted for residential use as either an annexe or a separate 2/3 bed dwelling but considered ideal to be as overflow space for a busy family... Staplehurst offers a range of amenities including a supermarket, post office, bank, doctors' surgery, dentists and an excellent family run pub/restaurant. Being less than 10 minutes from Cranbrook Town centre and within walking distance of a mainline station providing services to London (about 55 minutes) and Ashford International.Internal viewing is essential in order to appreciate exactly what is being offered.....

Situation
Set within the village, being just a few minutes walking distance of a good range of facilities including a chemist, post office, local primary and nursery schools and within one mile of the mainline station, with frequent services to London, (the journey taking about 1 hour), and Ashford International. Cranbrook Town Centre is about 5 miles and offers a comprehensive range of shopping, schooling, banking and recreational facilities. There is easy access to the M25 for Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the M20 to Dover and Ashford International Station.

Directions
From the centre of Cranbrook proceed down the High Street, into Stone Street and bear left out of the Town. Continue straight over the Willesley Pound Roundabout on the A229 into Staplehurst. Climb the hill into Staplehurst village, and the property will be found directly on the right hand side.

Description
A most deceptive Grade II Listed period property sympathetically maintained to a high standard throughout offering excellent accommodation on three floors comprising:

ON THE GROUND FLOOR
Wooden front door to:

Sitting Room
Double fronted with two secondary glazed bay windows to the front, two radiators with wooden covers, attractive brick Inglenook fireplace with oak bressumer beam and flagstone hearth, oak flooring, exposed beams to ceiling.

Inner Hall
Oak flooring, large storage cupboard. Stairs leading to the first floor, and door through to:

Dining Room
Double doors to rear opening out to garden, Inglenook fireplace with oak bressumer beam, oak floor, exposed beams to ceiling, radiator and under stairs cupboard.

Kitchen
Beamed vaulted ceiling with window to side and skylight. Oak finished, fully fitted with a range of base and under light eye level units, tiled work tops with inset butler-style sink and drainer unit with monobloc tap above. Integrated appliances including: dishwasher, fridge/freezer, AEG oven/microwave, five-ring stainless steel gas hob with extractor hood over, tiled splash back, and tiled flooring.

Utility Room
Window to side, work top space with plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, Worcester wall-mounted gas-fired boiler serving domestic hot water and central heating, part glazed door leading to garden:

Cloakroom
Window to side, tiled flooring, white suite comprising low level WC and wash basin.

ON THE FIRST FLOOR


Landing
Window to side, radiator, exposed oak beams and fitted carpet. Door giving access up to the second floor. Doors leading to:

Master Bedroom
Secondary glazed sash window to the front, Inglenook fireplace with carved oak bressumer beam and flagstone hearth, exposed beams to ceiling, exposed wall timbers, built in fitted wardrobe cupboard and separate large fitted cupboard. Wash hand basin set in an oak vanity unit, separate shower cubicle, radiator and fitted carpet.

Bedroom 2
Window to the rear, built in airing cupboard, radiator, fitted carpet.

Bedroom 3
Window to the rear, radiator, exposed beams to ceiling and fitted carpet.

Bedroom 4
Window to the front, radiator and fitted carpet.

Family Bathroom
Spacious with double aspect with windows to rear and side, white suite comprising a panelled bath with shower attachment and shower curtain, wash hand basin, bidet, WC, radiator, exposed beams and laminate wood flooring.

SECOND FLOOR


Bedroom 5
Secondary-glazed window to front, exposed beams to ceiling and fitted carpet.

Attic Room
Water tanks and hot water cylinder. Door leading to additional storage space.

EXTERNALLY
To the front of the house there is white picket fence and gate with a small pretty garden with established beds, and with a flagstone and brick pathway leading to the front door. To the rear, the charming cottage garden is laid to lawn with well kept, established borders and shrubs, a stone laid terrace/seating area and low brick retaining wall. A path leads to both the side gate and a wooden door opening into the detached Old Granary (not in good order). There is also a right of way for a vehicle to the side, again leading to the Old Granary which provides off road parking, potential for an excellent work space, storage space, room for hobbies etc... As an added bonus the Old Granary does have full planning currently for conversion into a residential dwelling. The application can be viewed on the Maidstone Borough Council Website via reference 14/502321/4. Agents Note: Part of Tanyard House is subject to a flying freehold element, there is a covenant referring to The Old Granary.Notice: Whilst great care has been taken to be as accurate as is realistic these details, photographs and floor plans, are for guidance only, all measurements are approximate. We can not be held responsible for the content of these particulars and none of the services, fittings or appliances at the property have been tested by the agent. We assume that the property has all necessary permissions, regulations and consents. Purchasers should satisfy themselves that any of the aforesaid mentioned in the particulars are correct, or in working order. These details can not be incorporated in any offer, or contract.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
30 December 2015

Nearest stations

  • Staplehurst (0.8 mi)
  • Marden (2.8 mi)
  • Headcorn (3.3 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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Lloyd Martin Estate Agents, Cranbrook

49 High Street, Cranbrook, TN17 3EE

01580 471026 Local call rate

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Lloyd Martin Estate Agents, Cranbrook

49 High Street, Cranbrook, TN17 3EE

01580 471026 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Staplehurst (0.8 mi)
  • Marden (2.8 mi)
  • Headcorn (3.3 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Lloyd Martin Estate Agents, Cranbrook

49 High Street, Cranbrook, TN17 3EE

01580 471026 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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