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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Heathfield Road, Keston


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Built in 1958 to an individual design in order to cater for living accommodation on two levels the house has remained within the same ownership since that period. Set in an elevated position with stunning views across rolling hillside. The garden wraps to all sides and is tiered over various levels and stocked with a vast selection of mature trees shrubs and plants.

The upper floor features the original oak flooring and “Piranha” pine tongue and groove ceilings.

Set in a highly desirable location close to Keston Village offering local shops to include a convenience store and local post office, The Fox Pub and The Greyhound Pub, open common and Keston Ponds. There are a number of excellent local schools nearby including Keston Primary.

The unique style accommodation laid over two floors briefly comprises: Entrance level : Covered entrance porch, entrance lobby, cloakroom, dining room, kitchen, lounge with inset open fireplace, three bedrooms, bathroom, landing area with stairs to: Ground floor : Entrance hall, lounge with original open fire, kitchen, bedroom four, cloakroom, workshop, boiler room and utility room.

With quarry tiled floor, front door to:

With original oak flooring, electric skirting heating, storage cupboard.

Original suite with low level WC, wash hand basin with tiled surround, high level obscure window, electric bar heater.

DINING ROOM 12'4 x 9'3 approx.
Designed to take in the lovely views over rolling hillside, large picture window, glazed door, electric skirting heaters, solid oak floor, piranha pine ceiling.

Fitted kitchen with cupboards and eye and base level, ample worktops surfaces, recess for cooker and fridge, one and a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, two picture windows overlooking the front garden.

LOUNGE 19'7 x 12'3 approx.
The lounge offers stunning views over rolling hillside with full width windows, electric skirting heater, inset open fireplace with raised hearth.

Naturally lit by skylight window, doors to various rooms, stairs leading down to the ground floor.

Original suite to include panelled bath, low level WC, wash hand basin, tiled walls and floor, obscure window.

BEDROOM ONE 18'9 x 11'6 approx.
An excellent size double aspect bedroom with delightful views over rolling hillside to the front and woodland to the side, skirting heaters to two walls, additional light from high level windows, fitted wardrobes, additional overhead storage cupboards, built in laundry cupboard.

BEDROOM TWO 12'3 x 9'3 approx.
With a pleasant view of woodland to the side, casement windows with additional high level windows providing additional natural light, fitted original wardrobe cupboards, skirting heating.

BEDROOM THREE 9'2 x 9'2 approx.
With a fitted wardrobe plus additional overhead storage cupboards with a window and half glazed door opening onto the front terrace.

Front door to entrance hall, easy rising stairs to the entrance level, skirting heating, doors to various rooms.

LOUNGE 13'7 x 13'5 approx.
With original open fireplace, fitted waist high cabinet with additional shelving above, picture window overlooking the rear garden, glazed door opening onto small patio area.

KITCHEN 10'2 x 5'4 approx.
Original fitted kitchen with eye and base level cupboards, recess for a cooker, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, window overlooking the garden, useful larder cupboard.

BEDROOM FOUR 10'1 x 8'8 approx.
Fitted wardrobes, windows overlooking the front garden, skirting heating.

Original suite comprising low level WC, wash hand basin with tiled surround, high level storage cupboard, skirting heating, obscure side aspect window.

With fitted work bench, useful storage cupboards below, further eye level storage cabinets.

Housing the free standing Potterton Kingfisher gas boiler and lagged copper hot water cylinder, useful storage cupboards with sliding doors, further door to set of compartments with light and power which are ideal for storage.

With a deep freestanding deep sink, plumbing for washing machine, part glazed door opening onto the front garden area.

The garage forms one in a block nearby.

The garden wraps to all sides of the property and is arranged over various tiers, tier one is at the highest point with a raised rockery area, mature holly tree and a large conifer, plus an extensive raised rockery area, flower and shrub borders run to all sides with a pathway leading to a covered lean-to ideal for storage, steps leading down to tier two with a lawned section, various plants to include a yew tree and rhododendron, proceeding to level three there is a further lawned section, conifer, numerous trees, shrubs and plants and a mature cherry tree, steps leading down to Fox Lane on the corner of Leafy Grove. Proceeding to the rear of the house there is a sloped garden leading down to Leafy Grove which has various shrubs and plants including a selection of mature trees, steps leading up to a further lawned section with a further holly tree, yew tree and conifer and glazed door opening into the dining room.

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01 May 2012


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