A well presented Victorian two bedroom cottage having been much improved by the current owners, benefiting from a secluded south facing garden and enjoying an elevated position nestled in a quiet and tucked away location in the sought after Toad Rock area of Rusthall Village.
The property is situated in the highly sought after Toad Rock area in Rusthall village and enjoys a quiet and tucked away location.
Tunbridge Wells is approximately 2 miles distant and provides a comprehensive range of amenities including the Royal Victoria shopping centre, cinema complex and theatres. The town is also well known for the historic Pantiles and its open spaces, including Dunorlan and Calverley parks and The Common, which stretches from the town centre to Rusthall.
For the commuter, Tunbridge Wells mainline station provides a regular service to London Charing Cross/Cannon Street in under an hour and the A21 is also within easy reach and links with the M25.
There are also a number of well-regarded state and independent schools in the area, including grammar schools for both girls and boys, and there is a village primary school in Rusthall.
The property is a characterful period home having been tastefully updated by the current owners, including a recent fitted kitchen, benefits from a south facing rear garden, and is double glazed throughout.
Arranged over two floors the accommodation includes, on the ground floor, a perfectly proportioned sitting room with a delightful working period fireplace, oak engineered flooring, and recently fitted double glazed sash window which is not only in keeping with such a desirable period property but also provides a good deal of light; an impressive and newly fitted kitchen/breakfast room providing a wide range of cleverly designed wall and base units with soft close draws , Hotpoint hob (with recirculating extractor) and oven, additional Hotpoint combination oven (steamer/grill/microwave), Indesit integrated dishwasher, wine fridge, and there’s even a fitted filter tap! The Kitchen/breakfast room is finished with delightful patterned floor tiling with underfloor heating, and has an attractive gloss tile feature wall. In addition, on the ground floor, there is a spacious rear hallway which is current used as a boot room, and a well proportioned family bathroom with tile flooring and a storage cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine.
On the first floor there are two good-sized double bedrooms both of which benefit from newly fitted double glazed sash windows providing a good deal of light, with the master having a delightful period fireplace and fitted storage cupboard.
To the rear is a private and secluded south facing garden with raised decking ideal for entertaining, and an attractive feature wall to the rear. The front garden is bordered by a low level brick wall and houses a useful bin store.