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Hatmill Lane, Tonbridge


Ref: 10766313

£485,000 Guide Price
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    Property Summary

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    Please take a look at our in depth Sprift report under virtual tour (rightmove) and Sprift report at bottom of details page on zoopla -  Conjure up an image of a beautiful Kentish Cottage offering everything you need in a modern home yet packed with the history and charm of times past and you will arrive at Ranworth Cottage. It has to be seen to appreciate the perfect balance of old Kentish country style and modern interior. Situated in the sought after village of Brenchley with stunning countryside all around. Viewing is highly recommended.

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    This beautiful Kentish Cottage offers history and charm with a modern twist. The property has been updated in recent years to provide versatile accommodation to the ground floor. The lounge offers wood burning stove as a feature to the room. The kitchen is used as a kitchen diner with solid fuel Rayburn. Utility/cloakroom and dining room/study/playroom to the ground floor. To the first floor, contemporary bathroom and three good size bedrooms. Externally the property benefits from a large south facing garden to the rear and further benefits from off road parking for approximately two cars to the front. The stunning countryside surrounding the property boasts many beautiful walks.

    Located in a quiet, sought-after tranquil country lane on the fringes of Brenchley village. Situated between Brenchley and Horsmonden (approximately one mile from each), the property offers an idyllic setting. Brenchley offers, primary school, post office, doctors surgery, dentist, butchers, tennis club, football club and wine bar/ coffee shop in addition to Grays cafe. Beautiful walks surround the cottage and village. Bus service to neighbouring villages. Easy access (approximately 2.0 miles) to Kippings Cross which offers M&S and petrol garage and Matfield with idyllic village green and duck pond, public house, outreach post office and fine dining restaurant. Hammonds the butchers.

    Paddock Wood, which is approximately five miles distant, with shopping for everyday needs, to include butchers, bakers, chemist, Barsleys department store, library, churches, opticians, Putlands sports centre, Mascalls Academy, main line station to London Charing Cross/Cannon Street via London Bridge (approx 55 minutes), and in the opposite direction Ashford International/Dover Priory.

    Horsmonden approximately one-and-a-half miles distant offers award winning Heath general stores, chemist, newsagents, post office, doctors' surgery, repair garage and unisex hairdressers. It also offers tennis, football, cricket, netball, indoor sports, youth club, primary school and kindergarten, 3 churches, and as many clubs and societies as one could wish for.

    Easy access to the A21 approximately two miles distant, The larger towns of Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge are approximately five and seven miles distant, both offering a wider variety of shopping facilities with the famous Pantiles area in Tunbridge Wells.

    Entrance Hall
    Rustic tiled flooring, stairs to first floor landing. Door to:

    Kitchen/Breakfast Room
    This timeless country kitchen has double glazed double aspect windows to front and rear. Bespoke base units with Oak work surface over, inset dishwasher and fridge and butler sink with mixer tap. Built in 4 ring gas hob with oven below and solid fuel Rayburn. Tiled flooring inset ceiling spot lights with exposed beam to ceiling and under stairs built in cupboard.

    The feature of this room is the wood burning stove with surround and hearth. Double glazed window to front and double glazed French doors to rear. Exposed beams to ceiling and two radiators.

    Inner Lobby
    Tiled flooring area for shoes and coats. Space for washing machine and fridge or freezer. Opaque window borrowing light from cloakroom.

    Double glazed window to side, radiator, low level wc, wash hand basin with tiled splashback.

    Dining Room/Play Room/Study
    This versatile reception room can be used for a dining room, play room or study with triple aspect. Double glazed windows to each side and French doors opening up to the beautiful south facing garden. Radiator.

    Stairs To First Floor Landing
    Double glazed window to rear, built in airing cupboard house hot water tank. Access to loft.

    Bedroom 1
    Double glazed window to front, built in cupboard with hanging space, radiator.

    Bedroom 2
    Double glazed window to front, built in wardrobe, radiator.

    Bedroom 3
    Double glazed window to rear, radiator.

    Family Bathroom
    Double glazed window to rear, panelled bath with shower over, low level wc, wash hand basin, radiator.

    Front Garden
    Off road parking for approximately two cars with mature shrubs.

    Rear Garden
    The garden is a wonderful feature of this cottage and is south facing. It is 'L' shaped and landscaped with mature shrubs. It is mainly laid to lawn with greenhouse and shed. There is a patio area running all the way along the rear of the property from the lounge doors to the dining room doors and outside the kitchen window. The garden is not overlooked to the rear and is surrounded by beautiful open countryside.

    Property Features

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    • Kentish Country Cottage
    • Mid Terrace
    • Three Bedrooms
    • Large South Facing Rear Garden
    • Off Road Parking For Two Cars
    • No Forward Chain
    • EPC E 1141 Sq Ft
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