3 bedroom Town House for sale: High Street, Tenterden, Kent TN30 6HT

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Reference: 35458_100628007494


A meticulously restored Grade II Listed period house affording beautifully presented, stylish accommodation over four floors, situated in a prime location set back from the picturesque tree lined High Street with a wall enclosed landscaped garden to the rear.


ROOMS Sitting Room, Dining room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Utility room, Cloakroom, Master bedroom with en-suite shower room, Two further double bedrooms, Family Bath/shower room, Home office, Gas central heating, 70' Walled garden. 

LOCATION The property occupies a prominent location set back from the tree lined High Street of the market town of Tenterden, providing a comprehensive range of amenities including traditional and specialist independent shops and national outlets, Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets, professional services including banks, building societies, accountants, solicitors and doctors' surgery, together with schools for all ages, restaurants and period buildings. Tenterden has a modern leisure centre and two golf courses. Mainline railway services to London Charing Cross are available from Headcorn (9 miles), whilst Ashford International (13 miles) provides high speed links to London, St Pancras (37 minutes) and the Continent via Eurostar. The M20 link at Ashford provides access to the M25 motorway network. 

DESCRIPTION A beautifully presented eighteenth century Grade II Listed property C18 presenting weatherboard clad external elevations set with sash and bay windows beneath a hipped tiled roof with eaves cornice. In recent years the property has been meticulously and sensitively restored, retaining fine features of the period combined with modern comforts such as underfloor heating, high quality contemporary bathroom suites, solid oak French oak flooring and fireplaces with fitted wood burning stoves. The accommodation is arranged over four levels, as shown on the floor plan. 

To the front of the property is the sitting room with a large bay window offering a lovely view of the tree lined High Street, a brick fireplace with a fitted French cylindrical wood burning stove and display shelving to one wall.

Adjacent is the well proportioned dining room with a bay window to the side and an inglenook fireplace with a flagstone hearth and a fitted wood burning stove. Beyond is the kitchen, linked by an open hallway with stairs to the first floor, a stable door to outside and a cloakroom off with modern fitments. The kitchen/breakfast room, which has bi-fold doors to the rear leading to a balcony with a wrought iron balustrade overlooking the garden, is fitted with a bespoke range of Fired Earth cabinets comprising cupboards and drawers beneath Corian work surfaces with a double bowl sink, electric Aga and an integrated dishwasher.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR On the lower ground floor is the basement that is fitted as a utility room with a patterned tiled floor, tiled walls, space a plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier, a wine store and double bowl sink with storage cupboards beneath.  

FIRST FLOOR On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms. The double aspect master bedroom has fitted wardrobe cupboards and an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and enjoys distant views over roof tops to the countryside. The family bath/shower room has a roll top bath, walk in shower enclosure, close coupled WC and hand basin with vanity cupboard. 

SECOND FLOOR On the top floor of the house, the space has been opened up with vaulted ceilings and oak timber framing to create a third bedroom and an adjoining home office/study beyond. 

OUTSIDE To the rear of the house is a professionally landscaped walled garden extending to about 70' in length with a serpentine gravel walkway and burgeoning flower borders to either side, together with espalier and cloud trees, leading to a wide flagstone paved terrace at the far end. There is a pedestrian right of way across the garden for the neighbouring property. Parking: There is non restricted parking in a road situated to the rear of the property. Alternatively, a season ticket to park nearby in Bridewell Lane car park currently costs £836 for 12 months.


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Reference: 35458_100628007494

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Phillips & Stubbs
Tel: 01797 227338