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£695,000
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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Hegg Hill, Smarden, Ashford, Kent, TN27
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Detached house
3 bed
2 bath

Key information

Tenure: Freehold
Council tax: Ask agent
Broadband: Super-fast 45Mbps *
Mobile signal: 
EE O2 Three Vodafone
Water: Ask agent
Heating: Ask agent
Electricity: Ask agent
Sewerage: Ask agent
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Property description & features

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Pretty period cottage and separate Annexe
  • Lovely gardens overlooking a pond
  • Semi rural location close to historic Smarden village
  • Garden office
  • Plenty of parking
  • Good access to Headcorn and Pluckley stations
I think this is an interesting combination of a pretty cottage and a modern Annexe -- Alex Davies, Managing Director

#TheGardenOfEngland

A charming Grade II Listed period cottage with a stylish one bedroom annexe all set in lovely gardens overlooking a large pond and including a studio/office, summerhouse, greenhouse and plenty of parking.

Tenure – Freehold
Council Tax Band: E and A
Broadband connected. Mobile phone signal.


A charming period cottage full of character including exposed beams, brick floors and a log burning stove typical of a quintessential Kentish cottage.
The property benefits from a separate annexe which has a more modern character including bi-folding doors, oak floors, a contemporary style wood burning stove and a modern fitted kitchen. On the first floor, there is a luxurious double bedroom with oak floor and an en-suite shower room with underfloor heating.
Both dwellings are set in delightful gardens overlooking a large pond and with the additional facilities of a summerhouse, greenhouse, and a garden studio office.
There are many permutations for use of the properties; the two dwellings could be used in combination or holiday letting/Airbnb is bound to bring in an impressive income.

The cottage is located on the rural outskirts of the renowned and historic village of Smarden, not far from The Bell Inn and just a couple of miles from the mainline railway station at Headcorn.
The village of Smarden is regarded as one of the prettiest in Kent and is surrounded by picturesque countryside, yet is not remote, enjoying good access to the surrounding towns of Tenterden, Ashford, and the village of Headcorn.
There are many local amenities including a primary school, a community shop/Post office, butcher, Chequers Inn, a superb village hall and playing field.
The wider area is well served by a good choice of schools both in the state and independent sectors, as well as excellent recreational amenities including the nearby Chart Hills golf course.

Our Ref: ACH240024

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    Broadband availability and predicted speed: obtained from Ofcom on December 30, 2021

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    Mobile phone signal availability and predicted strength: obtained from Ofcom on December 30, 2021

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    Red: One bar, reliable signal unlikely
    Amber: Two bars, may experience problems with connectivity
    Green: Three bars, likely to have good coverage and receive a data rate to support basic web services
    Enhanced: Full bars, likely to have good coverage indoors and to receive an enhanced data rate to support multimedia services

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