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High Street, Yalding


Ref: 10336995

£300,000 Offers Over
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    Property Summary

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    An Elizabethan Grade II listed mid terrace thatched cottage - a pure delight if you are looking for that quintessential home. Circa 1580 and the subject of a total restoration in 2012. A replica of a Crimean War field gun sits on the site of the original, presented to the village at the end of the first world war. Embellished in character throughout to provide comfortable accommodation over three floors. The front door opens into a spacious sitting room with inglenook fireplace taking pride of place, rear passage and bathroom. Stairs lead down to kitchen (basement) and turned stairs rise to first floor to comprise spacious bedroom with walk-in wardrobe.  This room was split into two rooms when our client purchased the property and can be put back to two rooms if desired.

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    Brick pathway leads past the neighbouring property with steps up to front door. Door to basement and area of lawn with field gun sitting on it's original plinth.

    Perfectly positioned in the heart of this historic Yalding village and the river Beult with three bridges of which one in particular is claimed to be one of the finest examples of medieval bridges in the south east of England. Yalding village offers shopping for every day needs to include post office, general store, primary school and doctor's surgery. The ever popular Yuletide Christmas Fair brings people from far and wide. Fabulous country walks and local pubs and restaurant. Yalding has its own station connecting with the main line station of Paddock Wood which offers a service to London Bridge, Waterloo East, Charing Cross, or in the opposite direction Ashford and Dover Priory. Easy links to M20/M25 and A21. The larger towns of Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge, and Maidstone are approximately eleven, ten and seven miles distant respectively all offering a wider variety of shopping and recreational facilities.
    Paddock Wood offers Waitrose supermarket, butchers, bakers, Barsley's department store, library, health centre, nursery, primary and secondary schooling.

    Sitting room 14' 8'' x 16' 0'' (4.47m x 4.87m)
    14'8 narrows to 12'7 (ceiling height 6'4") Front door opens into a lobby area with beautiful stain glass window which leads to open plan sitting room. This room captures the epitome of the bygone eras offering a plethora of beams, wood floor and beautiful feature inglenook fireplace. Windows to the front and panel heater. Stairs lead down to basement kitchen and turned stairs to first floor.

    Rear lobby
    To the side of the inglenook in the sitting room is a stained glass door which leads to rear lobby and oak door to the rear footpath for access only. Door to bathroom

    White suite comprising wood panel bath with rainhead shower and localised tiling. Glass shower screen. Square basin set on top of unit, close coupled low level w.c, opaque window and heated towel rail radiator.

    Kitchen (basement) 15' 0'' x 12' 10'' (4.57m x 3.91m)
    Ceiling height 6'5" This is a fine example of how a basement can be utilised - converted in 2012 with a range of base and wall mounted units in pastel green with complimentary worksurface over. Inset one and half bowl stainless steel sink. Clever use of mirror glass to one wall, large island unit, built in electric oven, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher. Oak latch door to large walk in 'L' shape cupboard for storage. Panel heater. Door to footpath. Cupboard housing meters.

    Bedroom 15' 0'' x 9' 0'' (4.57m x 2.74m)
    Ceiling height 6ft. Stairs lead up from sitting room to large bedroom which was formerly two rooms when our client purchased the property. Pretty Victorian fireplace and loft hatch. On the landing there is a walk-in wardrobe. Further storage to the bedroom, carpet, window and panel heater.

    The rear of the property does not offer a garden just a right of way footpath across the neighbouring property.

    Road parking

    Agents note
    We understand this property was previously used as a' holiday let' and would lend itself to an investment buyer

    Thatch roof was replaced in 2009. Panel electric heating, mains drainage. The property has never flooded. Grade II listed.

    Grade II listed - EPC exempt

    Property Features

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    • NO CHAIN
    • Wealth of character
    • 1 bedroom
    • Sitting room
    • Spacious Kitchen
    • No EPC - Grade II Listed
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