- Two Bedroom Terraced House
- Period Property
- Two Reception Rooms
- Lounge With Log Burner
- Garden To Rear
- Energy Efficiency Rating: E
- Double Bedrooms
- Good Road Links
- Priced to Sell
- No Chain
Hadlow Primary School (0.4mi.)
Hadlow College (0.6mi.)
Hadlow Rural Community School (0.6mi.)
Sitting Room– Dining Room – Kitchen – Bathroom – Two Bedrooms – Garden To Rear
Believed to date back to the late 1890's this two bedroom, two reception room period cottage is set just on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Hadlow. Admire the working log burner in the lounge, country style kitchen and the pretty garden to the rear.
SITTING ROOM Double glazed window, radiator, brick-built feature fireplace with wood burner.
DINING ROOM Double glazed window, radiator.
KITCHEN Double glazed window; tiled floor and part tiled walls; range of eye and base level units with concealed lighting also incorporating bowl and a half single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap; built-in oven and hob with extractor fan over; space for fridge freezer and washing machine.
INNER LOBBY Door to garden, tiled floor, loft access, storage cupboard.
BATHROOM Obscure double glazed window; radiator; part tiled walls and tiled flooring; wash hand basin with cupboards beneath; low level W/C; panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING Loft access.
BEDROOM Double glazed window, radiator.
BEDROOM Double glazed window, radiator, built-in wardrobes.
OUTSIDE Slate frontage. Garden to rear with synthetic grass, wooden shed, flower and shrub borders.
AGENT'S NOTE New gas boiler installed November 2016; serviced November 2017 and October 2018
SITUATION Set just on the outskirts of Hadlow, a thriving village located on the A26 road between the busy market town of Tonbridge and the county town of Maidstone, with regular bus services to both. The centre of the village is a conservation area with many listed buildings and is known locally as The Square. The community is well-served by local shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a library and health facilities including a medical centre, dentist and pharmacy. If Kent is the Garden of England then Hadlow must surely be a favourite corner to escape to, surrounded by rural countryside, on the route of many country walks and of course home to the Hadlow College of Agriculture and Horticulture. The historic parish church of St Mary's dates back over a thousand years and the skyline is dominated by the pseudo-Gothic Hadlow Folly. When 18th-century industrialist Walter Barton May thought his wife was having an affair with a local farmer, he wanted to be sure she would never escape his sight. His excessive solution can still be seen today: a 64m tall observation tower that soars above the surrounding Kent landscape from which he could survey the entire village.
VIEWING By appointment only with Wood & Pilcher.
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