Built in 1905 and in need of refurbishing,  this attractive Edwardian house offers great potential. It has two good sized receptions, two bedrooms and a bathroom. There is potential to extend to the rear (subject to planning consent).  The kitchen has a window to the side and has access to the rear garden via a glazed lean-to.  The property has gas central heating with a back boiler behind the dining room fireplace.The front garden could be altered to provide off road parking for two/three cars and the rear garden is approximately 100ft long, with an old detached garage.  Within easy level walking distance of the mainline station, doctor’s surgery, local shops, Primary School etc, this property is in an ideal location for all the village amenities.  

Aluminium framed double glazed front door under gabled porch into:-

Lobby with stairs to first floor.  Half glazed doors to dining room and:-

SITTING ROOM  12’10 x 11’11 

Aluminium framed double glazed window to front.  Radiator.  Gas fire set in stone hearth.  Consumer unit.  Carpet. Central ceiling light.

DINING ROOM    13’9 max x 11’11

Aluminium framed double glazed window to side.  Radiator.  Gas fire with marble effect hearth.  Central heating thermostat.  Understairs alcove.  Carpet.  Central ceiling light.  Half glazed door to:-

KITCHEN  11’2 x 8’

Aluminium framed double glazed window to side and wooden door to rear lobby.  Stainless steel single sink unit with drainer.  Range of wall and floor cupboards. Tiled splashbacks.  Space for fridge freezer.  Floatex vinyl flooring.  Strip light. 


Wood and single glazed construction with polycarbonate roofing.  Half glazed door to garden. 

Stairs to first floor with hand rail.  Small landing with access to loft space. Step to:-

BEDROOM ONE   11’11 x 10’7

UPVC double glazed window to front.  Radiator.  Walk in fitted wardrobe. Central ceiling light.

BEDROOM TWO  11’11 x 10’11

UPVC double glazed window to side.  Radiator.  Central ceiling light.  Door to internal lobby with storage and further door to:-

BATHROOM  8’2 x 8’1

UPVC double glazed frosted window to rear.  White suite of toilet, panelled bath and wash basin in wood vanity unit.  Part tiled walls.  Large airing cupboard with tank, shelves, immersion and central heating controls.  Central ceiling light.


The property has a low brick wall frontage with double wrought iron gates.  Space for two to three vehicles to park off road.  Lawn with shrubs.  Meter box.  Panelled fencing, iron rail fencing to the side with established climbing shrubs. The pathway leads to the side with outside tap and to:-

Old detached GARAGE with double opening doors, of concrete sectioned construction. The rear garden is large, approximately 100 ft in length, with brick wall and fence panelled boundary to one side, and iron rail fencing to the other, with established climbing shrubs.  The garden gets the sun most of the day.


Marden has a community feel and there are many different adult and children’s clubs and sports available locally. The village has a primary school and there are secondary schools in the Maidstone and Paddock Wood area. There are many rural footpaths that can be enjoyed at the weekends. The doctor’s surgery is highly recommended and there is a local dentist as well. The village itself offers pubs, takeaways and restaurants to suit all tastes.  Maidstone offers shopping and road links to the M20, and Royal Tunbridge Wells also has larger shops and recreational facilities. The mainline station is only a short walk away, offering a regular service to London (Charing Cross) as well as the coast.