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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Trycewell Lane, Ightham, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN15

Guide Price £995,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming family home of character
  • Central village location
  • versatile accommodation
  • period features
  • 4 bedrooms, 5 reception rooms
  • established garden
  • garage

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

CHARMING GRADE II LISTED ATTACHED HALL HOUSE OF CHARACTER, SET IN LANDSCAPED GARDENS WITHIN THE CENTRE OF THIS SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE

Location

Tudor House is situated in the centre of the historic village of Ightham, which is set in the heart of Kent. The beautiful manor house of Ightham Mote, now owned by the National Trust, is just a few miles to the South of the village. Borough Green (1.8 miles) has a good range of local shops and amenities.
• Comprehensive Shopping: Sevenoaks (7.2 miles), Tonbridge and Bluewater near Dartford.
• Mainline Rail Services: Sevenoaks (7.4 miles) and Hildenborough (7.9 miles) to Cannon Street/Charing Cross. Borough Green (2 miles) to Victoria .
• Primary Schools: Ightham, Plaxtol & Shipbourne. www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk
• State Schools: Sevenoaks, Borough Green, Tonbridge & Tunbridge Wells.
• Private Schools: Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Walthamstow Hall Secondary Schools. Sevenoaks, Solefields and New Beacon Preparatory Schools in Sevenoaks. St Michaels and Russell House Preparatory Schools in Otford. Radnor House School in Sundridge.
• Leisure Facilities: Foot paths and walks in the local area. Wildernesse and Knole Golf Clubs in Sevenoaks. The London Golf Club. Nizels Golf Club with private health/fitness centre in Hildenborough. Sevenoaks Sports and Leisure Centre.
• The M25 is accessed 6 miles distant, just west of Sevenoaks, and the M20/M26 can be accessed at the Wrotham interchange which is about 3 miles away linking to other motorway networks, Gatwick, City and Heathrow Airports and the Channel Tunnel Terminus.

Description

Tudor House is a charming Grade II listed property set within a prominent position in the centre of Ightham. Historically, the house forms half of a hallhouse, with the adjoining property, Sycamore Cottage, and dates from the 16 Century with later additions dating from the late 19 Century. Internally, there are many features including parquet and wood flooring, exposed wall and ceiling timbers, exposed stone and brickwork, column radiators and some lead light windows. The spacious and well presented accommodation provides both formal and informal entertaining areas. Also of note are the mature gardens and a garage located to the rear of the plot.
• Arranged on the ground floor is an elegant drawing room with a superb inglenook fireplace, and an outlook to the front. The sitting room is double aspect with access to the rear garden, and the study has an outlook to the side and features a corner stone fireplace. A stylish shower room completes this floor.
• The lower ground floor features an impressive kitchen/family/dining room. The kitchen area has a vaulted ceiling and a range of base cupboards, basket drawers and work surfaces incorporating a butler sink. Appliances include a 2 oven Aga, a dishwasher and space for a fridge-freezer. There is an outlook to the front garden and French doors open to a side courtyard
garden. The family and dining area adjoin the kitchen, with the dining area having a walk-in larder cupboard and access to the side courtyard.
• Also arranged on this floor is a utility room with space for appliances and storage cupboards, and a cloakroom.
• The bedroom accommodation is arranged on the first floor and comprise four well proportioned bedrooms all with an attractive outlook over the gardens or village. Two bedrooms are part vaulted, with one of these also benefitting from wardrobes.
• The modern and stylish family bathroom completes the accommodation and comprises a bath with shower over, W.C., and vanity unit.
• To the front of Tudor Cottage is an attractive knot garden with box hedging and a paved terrace. The side courtyard has a pedestrian access from Busty Lane and has external lighting, a stone wall and a brick bin store. Stone steps lead to the rear of the house where a further paved terrace is located, ideal for al fresco entertaining. An attractive arched wall runs to one side of
the terrace. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn interspersed with a variety of trees and shrubs. To the rear is a garden shed and steps to a single garage with electrically operated up and over doors.

Square Footage: 2,735 sq ft

Directions

Directions
From Sevenoaks head in an easterly direction along the A25 passing the Crown Point public house on the right. Continue on this road until reaching the Cob Tree Public House and turn right into Sevenoaks Road. Proceed to the end of this road and turn left into The Street. Proceed into the centre of the village and turn right onto Trycewell Lane where Tudor House will be found on the left.

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05 October 2016

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