3 bedroom detached house for saleHale Oak Road, Weald, Sevenoaks, Kent
Guide Price £999,000
- Idyllic woodland setting with running brook
- Detached 2/3bedroom annexe completed in 2015
- Pretty period cottage with lots of character
Brook Cottage: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Dining/Family Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Cloakroom/Utility Room with toilet and sink, 3 Double Bedrooms (1 with its own shower and sink), Family Bathroom. EPC: Listed.
Annexe ("The Stables"): Entrance Hall, Open plan Sitting Room with Kitchen, 2 Double Bedrooms. Bedroom 3/Store Room. EPC: C.
About 1.92 acres in total.
The property is located down a quiet country lane on the rural edges of Sevenoaks Weald village, about 4 miles south of Sevenoaks. The house occupies an idyllic woodland garden setting with bridges over babbling brooks, fruit trees and immaculate borders and beds.
Sevenoaks Weald (about 1.5 miles) has a local convenience store / post office, pub and restaurant. Sevenoaks offers a wide range of shops, restaurants, pubs, banks and other facilities.
There is a primary school in the village and a good selection of highly regarded schools in and around Sevenoaks including preparatory and public schools. Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells have grammar schools for both boys and girls.
The M25 is easily accessible just north of Sevenoaks giving access to London, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports, Ebbsfleet International and the Channel Tunnel Terminus.
Hildenborough rail station (about 4.1 miles) and Sevenoaks station (about 5.3 miles) have services to London Bridge/Charing Cross/Cannon Street from around 32 minutes.
Escape the hustle and bustle and step back in time at Brook Cottage. This most charming, Grade II listed cottage is believed to date back to Elizabethan times, in part, with later extensions and it exudes character. It occupies an equally enticing country garden setting, and in addition to the cottage there is a recently re-constructed detached 2 bedroom annexe, opening up superb possibilities for multi-occupancy.
Terracotta tiled and exposed brick floors.
Drop latch timber doors
Exposed beams including original old ships beams, most pronounced in the vaulted pitched ceilings on the first floor
Oak framed casement windows overlooking the beautiful gardens
Brick fireplaces in the two reception rooms, the sitting room fireplace housing a woodburning stove. The dining room also features an old bread oven in the corner.
Solid wood kitchen with marble topped worktops incorporating a 2-door AGA, undermount sink, integrated dishwasher, electric hob with extractor hood over, conventional oven and space for a tall fridge freezer. There is also a walk-in larder.
Glazed doors out to the rear terrace from the sitting room and entrance hall and a stable style door out from the kitchen.
Ample built-in and fitted storage cupboards and wardrobes.
White bathroom and cloakroom suites with complementary tiling.
The setting of the property is particularly special. As the name suggests, there are two brooks that converge on the property, creating a tranquil acoustic backdrop of water in motion. The immaculately maintained gardens wrap around the house and comprise areas of lawn with beautifully stocked beds and borders, paved seating and dining terraces, a man-made pond with decked terrace and ornamental trees. Brick, paved and stepping stone pathways weave around the house and gardens. Delightful little footbridges jump over the streams at various points leading to the remainder of the grounds which include a small paddock / orchard and woodland. There are various sheds and a greenhouse in the grounds.
There is a block paved driveway, which has parking for up to 4 cars.
The Annexe ("The Stables")
The Stables is an attractive timber clad detached single storey dwelling occupying a raised position adjacent to the lane, having a wooded outlook to the front and rear.
The building has recently been completed including the fitting of a brand new kitchen with electric AGA, bathroom, flooring, electrics and plumbing.
Services: Oil fired central heating. Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.
Local Authority:Sevenoaks District Council, 01732 227000. Council Tax Band: G
Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.
From Junction 5 of the M25 head south on the A21 for about 4.3 miles before taking the A225/B245 exit. At the roundabout take the 4th exit onto Morley's Road towards Sevenoaks Weald. Continue into the village and proceed straight, passing the green on your left and the primary school on the right. After about a further third of a mile turn left into Hale Oak Road (signposted Halls Green Centre and Chiddingstone). Brook Cottage will be found on the left-hand side just over half a mile down this lane.
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