This delightful three bedroom terraced property enjoys a very pleasant position overlooking a small green and is set back from the road being accessed via a footpath. With a large porch, a light and spacious sitting room and fitted kitchen/diner, it offers comfortable accommodation. It is a very well kept and well maintained property, ideal for first time buyers a young family or for retired buyers perhaps looking to down-size.
The windows were all double glazed in 2004 and the front bedroom and sitting room windows were replaced in 2018. Internal doors have also been renewed. The property has cavity wall insulation and the facias, soffits and bargeboards were all refurbished in 2004. There is gas central heating throughout and the boiler is serviced annually. The front is laid to a very pretty gravel garden and the rear garden is mostly paved with flower borders and ornamental trees and shrubs. There is rear access to the garage en bloc which had a new roof in 2014 and a new door in 2017.
Ground Floor: PORCH, SITTING ROOM, KITCHEN/DINER
First Floor: LANDING, THREE BEDROOMS AND BATHROOM
Outside to Front: PATH TO FRONT DOOR AND DECORATIVE GRAVEL GARDENS
Outside to Rear: FULLY FENCED GARDEN, LAID MAINLY TO PATIO WITH FLOWER BORDERS
WITH ACCESS TO GARAGE EN BLOC
EPC C75 COUNCIL TAX BAND C / MAIDSTONE BOROUGH COUNCIL
Front path with attractive gravel planting to:-
UPVC PORCH (roof re-felted in 2009)
Double glazed woodgrain effect door and windows. Radiator. Meter box and fuse box. Tiled floor. Spot lights. Glazed door to:-
Double glazed window to front. Radiator. Carpet. Two ceiling light points. Panelled door to:-
White UPVC double doors opening to the rear garden. Radiator. Carpet. Wrought iron and wood carpeted staircase to first floor. Central heating thermostat. Central ceiling light.
Double glazed window to rear. Fitted with a range of wall and floor cupboards with wood effect worktops. Cream tiled splashbacks. Stainless steel single sink unit with mixer tap and single drainer. Cannon cooker with gas hob and stainless steel extractor above. Space for washing machine, tumble dryer or dish-washer and fridge freezer. Worcester Greenstar gas boiler, installed in 2009 and regularly serviced. Vinyl tile effect flooring. Spot lights.
STAIRS AND LANDING
Wrought iron balustrade painted white and a carpeted landing. Picture rail. Door to airing cupboard with hot water tank and shelves. Access to part boarded loft, fully insulated with loft ladder and light.
Double glazed window to front. Radiator. Fitted double wardrobe and smaller wardrobe, both in cottage style with wrought iron fitments. Carpet. Central ceiling light.
Double glazed window to rear. Radiator. Recess for wardrobe cupboard/desk. Carpet. Central ceiling light.
BEDROOM THREE Double glazed window to front. Radiator. Carpet. Central ceiling light.
Double glazed window to rear. Part tiled walls. White suite of toilet, sink with mixer tap with cupboard under and panelled bath with mixer tap, shower attachment and grab rail. Wood shower curtain rail. Cork tiled flooring. Ceiling light.
The front of the property has a concrete path to the front door with attractive ornamental gravel garden borders to either side.
To the rear, the garden has a concrete path and is laid mainly to paved patio with flower beds and established planting of ornamental trees and shrubs as well as Japanese anemones, hellebores and clematis. Space for pots and seating area. Space for bins and small wood storage shed. Outside tap. Wooden gate to:-
GARAGE EN BLOC The garage is located en bloc, along the driveway that runs to the rear of the property. It is the sixth garage along on the right hand side with white vertical panelled door. It had a new roof in 2014 and a new door in 2017. Internal touch sensor light.
The property is set in the popular Wealden village of Staplehurst with its range of local shops and amenities. The mainline station is a short walk away and provides excellent commuter services to both London (approximately 1 hour) and the coast. The county town of Maidstone is approximately 9 miles away, offering a wider range of shopping, leisure and educational facilities. There is a primary school in the village as well as several nursery options and the property falls within the Cranbrook School Catchment Area.