A Victorian extended semi detached cottage providing four double bedroom, three reception room family accommodation including a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, complemented by a well stocked part terraced garden and parking, all occupying a village location enjoying far reaching Wealden views. Cranbrook School catchment area.
Tunbridge Wells approx. 10 miles distance | Marden Mainline Railway Station approx. 5 miles distance.
The Property: Stonybank is a Victorian, circa 1890, semi detached village residence which has been significantly extended more recently in early 2000, presenting mixed elevations of brick, weatherboard and tile hanging set with predominantly timber framed sealed unit double glazed sash windows beneath a pitched slate tiled roof.
The well proportioned family accommodation is arranged over two floors with features including three separate reception rooms, a snug and sitting room enjoying the benefit of wood burning stoves. The sitting room and family room both enjoy fine views out across the Weald. A kitchen/dining room is fitted with oak fronted base and eye level cupboards and drawers, fitted round edge work surfaces with tiled splashbacks, fireplace housing Stanley twin oven oil fired Range providing central heating, immediate heat and cooking facility, space for upright fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, useful walk in larder. From the kitchen is open plan access to the dining room with double aspect incorporating sealed unit double glazed double doors to rear enjoying a pleasant outlook across the garden.
Four double bedrooms are arranged over the first floor including a master bedroom enjoying countryside views to front fitted with wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. Bedroom three is fitted with a cast iron fireplace and enjoys far reaching views. The family bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite including a raised paneled bath with Triton electric shower over.
Garden & Grounds: To the front is a brick and stone retaining wall with graveled beds and established hedging. A sloping concrete drive provides parking for two vehicles with double wooden gates opening onto unmade additional parking.
The rear garden complements the accommodation well, part terraced and extending to approximately 75ft x 58ft laid predominately to lawn with sleeper steps, established shrubs, plants including an apple tree and a timber garden shed. The whole is enclosed by fencing. A wooden gate provides access to a Public Footpath which leads up into the village
Directions: From the centre of Goudhurst village, with The Vine Public House on your right hand side, turn into North Road and continue on whereupon Stonybank will be found on the right hand side immediately after the recently converted chapel.
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Local authority: www.tunbridgewells.gov.uk
Council tax: Band C
Viewings: By appointment with the agents. Cranbrook Office: 01580 712888
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