The Hill, Cranbrook, Kent TN17 3AJ
Sold - View Charges
Extremely charming Grade II listed cottage, with the 2 double bedroomed accommodation set over 3 floors. Retaining a wealth of original features including exposed beams and timbers, impressive Inglenook fireplace with bressumer beam above, and oak flooring. Benefiting from a detached summer house/home office in the rear garden. Situated within the picturesque and historic town of Cranbrook with views towards the Union Windmill, a short walk from the town's varied amenities. Internal viewing is essential to appreciate this property. NO FORWARD CHAIN.
A most deceptive cottage retaining a wealth of original features, with an element of open plan living on the ground floor with good sized accommodation. Offering stunning wide original floorboards upstairs, and exposed beams and wall timbers throughout. Within easy walking distance of town and all its associated amenities. Set within the catchment area of the much favoured Cranbrook School, along with other top-ranked selective state grammar schools and 'Good' Ofsted rated primary schools. The mainline station at Staplehurst is about a 10 minute drive away with journeys to London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street taking just under an hour and journeys to Ashford International around 20 minutes.
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2 Double Bedrooms with Walk-In Wardrobes
Secluded Rear Garden
Detached Summer House/Home Office
Outside Store Room
Union Windmill Views
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Set within the historic market town of Cranbrook, amongst a variety of shops, restaurants and public houses. The town benefits from a wide range of amenities including doctors surgeries, banks, dentists, a leisure centre, schools and the town's noted landmark the Union Windmill. Staplehurst mainline station is about 5 miles and offers frequent services to London (the journey taking about 1 hour) and Ashford International. The A21 gives access to the M25 for Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the M20 to Dover and Ashford International station.
From the centre of Cranbrook, proceed down the High Street, into Stone Street, and turn right on to St David's Bridge. Continue a short distance past the windmill and the property will be found on the left hand side identified by our For Sale Board.
Ground Floor:- brick steps up to the front door leading into Sitting Room window to front, exposed beams and timbers, impressive Inglenook fireplace, door to walk-in Store Room with fitted shelving and housing the electric and gas meters. Opening through timber studding with step up into the Dining Area window and part glazed door to the rear garden, access to small loft space, stairs leading to first floor, door to Cupboard with window to rear, and housing the gas fired boiler for hot water/central heating. Entrance to:- Kitchen window to rear, fitted in a range of wall, base and drawer units, part sloping ceiling, spaces and plumbing for washing machine and slimline dishwasher, freestanding gas oven and hob, under counter fridge/freezer, and composite sink and drainer with mixer tap. First Floor:- Landing window to the rear with views of the historic Union Windmill, stairs to the second floor, and doors to:- Bath/Shower Room being larger than average, window to rear, white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal sink, bidet, bath, separate shower unit, and part tiled walls. Bedroom 1 window to the front, original wide Oak wooden floor, feature fireplace and Walk-in Wardrobe with hanging rail. Second Floor:- Landing cupboard with cold water tank and additional storage, and door to:- Bedroom 2 dormer window to the front, high ceiling, pedestal sink, original wide Oak wooden floor, Walk-in Wardrobe, and sloped eaves ceiling.
To the front:- to the left of the front door there is a small feature flower bed and to the right gravel bed perfect for pots. To the rear:- Paved patio leading onto the lawn with mature hedges and trees, brick built storage shed with power connected, shingle path leading to the Summer House/Home Office fully decorated and insulated with electricity connected.
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.
There is a right of way through the neighbouring garden for refuse/recycling bin access.
Notice: Whilst great care has been taken to be as accurate as is realistic, these details, photographs and floor plans are for guidance only and all measurements are approximate. All information has been received in good faith and we cannot be held responsible for the content of these particulars. None of the services, fittings or appliances at the property have been tested, we give no representations as to their fitness for purpose or otherwise. We assume that the property has all necessary permissions, consents and is fully compliant with statutory regulations. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection, searches, enquiries, surveys and professional advice that the property is as described and suitable for their purposes. No agency employees have any authority to make or give any representations or warranty in relation to the property, and no liability is taken for any error, omission or misstatement. These details cannot be incorporated in any offer or contract and are for reference only.
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49 High Street, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 3EE
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