Pixot Hill, Brenchley

£775,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 9894615
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Development opportunity
  • 4 Bed detached house
  • For 3 bedroom contemporary dwelling
  • Spacious driveway
  • Sought After Location
  • To include ground floor bedroom with en suite
  • EPC: D, 2,166 Sq Ft

Property Summary

NO CHAIN. Virtual tour available - Are you looking for a family home aptly named "Broadview", this lovely property is located in Brenchley village offering an elevated position with far reaching views cross the North Downs, together with planning permission to build an adjacent three bed detached house. The property offers four bedrooms with two en suites, family bathroom, large sitting room, kitchen/dining room with Aga and conservatory. Lovely gardens and grounds.  Detached double garage

Full Details

Broadview offers a unique opportunity – The house offers versatile accommodation comprising entrance hall, large double aspect sitting room, well-equipped kitchen/dining room with Aga taking pride of place for cooking purpose only. Conservatory takes full advantage of garden and rural views across open farmland. Ground floor bedroom with en suite shower, to the first floor master bedroom with en suite shower, two further bedrooms and family bathroom. To the front of the property a mature garden with spacious driveway and double garage.

Brenchley is a sought after historic village with a 12th century church, Terry’s butchers, Baby Bull wine bar, Halfway House (award winning Camera pub), post office, doctors surgery, dentist and primary school. Numerous walks across orchards and open farmland. Easy access to Paddock Wood, for mainline station approx. 1.5 miles, Waitrose supermarket, shopping for everyday needs and Mascalls Academy.

Matfield approx. 1.5 mile distant is an attractive Kentish village, with village green, cricket pavilion, and pond. It has a high quality village butcher, two pubs, The Star and The Poet (Michelin Star restaurant), conveniently close to Tunbridge Wells and Paddock Wood for secondary schools and main-line rail services, with bus services to both.

Oil fired central heating to thermostatic radiators and double glazing throughout. Separate oven, hob in addition to Aga for cooking. Mains drainage.