GUIDE PRICE 825,000 TO 875,000. An opportunity not to be missed! Coming to the market for the first time since construction in 1992. This truly unique, custom built detached family home has been carefully and sensitively crafted to allow plenty of natural daylight to flow through the generous yet sensible layout.
This exceptional residence is tucked away at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac within a mile of Tonbridge Train Station. A driveway to the front of the house can easily fit multiple cars and also gives side access to the recently landscaped south facing rear garden. Internally, a welcoming double height entrance hall with an easy to clean tiled floor is bathed in natural light flooding down from the Velux window in the roof through the galleried landing. There are two reception rooms to the left, currently used as a family room with log burning stove and a study/5th bedroom. To the right are two further generous reception rooms used as a sitting room with an inglenook fireplace and dining room which easily fits a ten seat dining table. These rooms are interconnected with attractive French doors. To the rear of the house is a beautiful kitchen/breakfast room refitted in approximately 2016. The units have a modern neutral satin finish with oak work surfaces over, whilst the sink and surrounding unit is formed of Corian. To the rear of the kitchen is a practical utility room housing space for a washing machine and tumble drier as well as the boiler which was replaced last year and comes with a ten year warranty. A sweeping wooden staircase climbs to the first floor where a galleried landing wraps centrally within the property. The four generous double bedrooms (three with fitted wardrobes) can be found in each corner of the house giving a further feeling of space and privacy from others. The en-suite to the dual aspect master bedroom and family bathroom were refitted in 2014/2015 and both benefit from a shower cubicle as well as a lovely deep bath.
This thoughtfully self built home has been designed and continually maintained by the owners. There are lots of power and USB points throughout the house in sensible places where you are most likely to need them. The sash effect double glazed windows help the house to blend in with period houses in the nearby vicinity and were replaced in 2013. The vendors also previously had planning permission to convert the loft space to incorporate two further bedrooms and another bathroom. This has since lapsed but one would hope the council would approve plans once more if resubmitted.