Wealden Avenue, Tenterden, Kent, TN30 6NN
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A very well presented and attractive 2 bedroomed detached bungalow in a sought
after location on the edge of the popular Wealden town of Tenterden, within easy
driving distance of the town centre. Benefiting from a surprisingly private rear garden
with varied areas which is certainly a feature of this property.
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A detached brick and part rendered bungalow set on a corner plot with an attached garage and
off road parking for 3 cars. Offering light and airy accommodation, with an attractive fitted
kitchen/dining room, double glazing throughout, gas central heating and a pleasant
conservatory. Tenterden is home to the Kent & East Sussex railway which runs steam trains
from Tenterden to Bodiam and is close to award winning vineyards & wineries, the historic
sights of Bodiam Castle, Sissinghurst Castle and Great Dixter. Tenterden has its own ‘good’
ofsted rated Primary & Secondary school, and an excellent range of facilities and amenities.
Set within a desirable area just on the edge of the popular Wealden town of Tenterden ‘The Jewel of the Weald’ dating
back to the Saxon period with its pretty tree lined High Street and weather boarded buildings with a wealth of
independent shops and architectural rarities. Headcorn mainline station is a 20 minute drive with frequent services to
London taking just over 1 hour. Ashford International Station is a 30 minute drive and there is easy access to the M20
in 25 minutes
From Tenterden High Street keep left at the fork with Oak Road, remain on the A28 in the direction of Ashford,
continue for approximately 500ft, take the right turn into Ingleden Park Road. Wealden Avenue is a left turn after
approximately 300ft, keep straight on Wealden Avenue until a T junction, turn left and the property is the first
detached bungalow found almost immediately on the right.
Ground Floor: - Inset porch with door to: Entrance Hall wooden flooring, access to insulated loft, storage
cupboard, and doors to: Sitting Room wooden flooring, fireplace with gas wood burner style living flame fire inset,
door to kitchen and double opening doors to: Conservatory tiled floor, of brick and UPVC construction with windows
and double opening doors to decked terrace, overlooking the garden. Kitchen/Dining Room triple aspect with 2
windows to the front, part glazed door to the side and double opening doors with windows to each side leading to the
garden. Cupboard housing shelving and gas fired boiler serving hot water and central heating. Well fitted Sage
coloured fronted units with oak worktop comprising butlers sink, with cupboards under, and space and plumbing for
dishwasher and washing machine. Further range of wall, base and drawer units with integrated electric oven, gas hob
and extractor over, space for fridge/freezer and dining table, wooden flooring. Cupboard housing electric meter and
fuse box. Bedroom 1 window to rear, and built-in largedouble sliding wardrobes. Bedroom 2 window to front, and
built-in double sliding wardrobe. Bathroom white suite comprising P-shaped bath with screen and shower over, low
level WC and wash basin. Tiled floor, part tiled walls, heated towel rail, window to the front.
Front brick driveway with parking for 3 cars, brick retained borders, well stocked with flowers and shrubs, with an
area of grass and a path leading to the side access gate. The Rear garden is certainly a feature of this property,
being surprisingly private, well planned and stocked, providing several different areas of decked and paved terracing
for entertaining/seating, greenhouse, shingle bed, lawn edged by mature beds, shrubs, trees and shed.
Agents Note: In line with money laundering regulations (5th directive) all purchasers will be required to
allow us to verify their identity and their financial situation in order to proceed.
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