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Key Features

  • • Sitting room with wood-burning stove
  • • Dining room with fireplace
  • • Conservatory
  • • Fitted kitchen
  • • Two double bedrooms
  • • Timber sheds and summer house
  • • Detached stables (5 loose boxes

A character semi-detached cottage providing two bedroom, three reception room accommodation complemented by garden and parking together with a detached equestrian yard incorporating stabling, manège and paddocks extending to approximately 4.6 acres all occupying a semi-rural location.

Headcorn mainline station approx. 4 miles distance | County town of Maidstone approx. 10 miles distance

The Property: 2 Eastwood Cottages is a semi-detached cottage, circa early 1930s, presenting brick elevations set with replacement UPVC double glazed windows beneath a pitched slate tiled roof.

The cottage has been updated and improved over time, features include the sitting room with brick fireplace housing wood-burning stove, the dining room with outlook to front, ornate fireplace and exposed floorboards. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with base and eye level cupboards and drawers, fitted work surfaces, space for electric cooker, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space and electric point for tumble dryer, space and housing for upright fridge/freezer. A very useful conservatory with dwarf brick wall, UPVC panels and windows beneath a pitched roof with ceiling fans, fitted with power, light and heat enjoys a pleasant outlook over the rear garden.

The ground floor bathroom is fitted with a classic white suite including some Burlington fittings, free standing roll top bath with mixer tap and shower attachment.

Two double bedrooms are arranged over the first floor with ornamental fireplaces served by a separate shower room with views out across neighbouring orchard.

Garden & Grounds: Double five bar gate opens on to a gravel drive providing parking for approximately three vehicles, with an area of shaped lawn with established hedging, double timber doors to car port 3.85m x 3.15m, attached brick boiler house.

The rear garden complements the accommodation well divided in to an extensive split level patio, lawned garden and ornamental fish pond, decked seating area with pergola and climbing trellis, kitchen garden area with raised beds and timber garden sheds, the largest measuring 3.70m x3.10m and a timber summer house. The whole is enclosed by wooden panel fencing.

Along the lane on the left hand side is the stable yard with drive and metal five bar gates leading to the yard. Timber stable block 14.60m x 9.10m incorporating 5 loose boxes and hay store, concrete floor, light and water, open ended lean-to 10.30m x 3.50m, manège (20m X 40m). The grounds extend to approx. 4.6 acres, divided in to 4 post and rail paddocks.

Directions: From the crossroads at the northern end of Headcorn village by the White Horse public house proceed in to Kings Road and follow this road out of Headcorn village where it becomes Lenham Road and on towards Grafty Green. At the edge of Grafty Green proceed past Crumps Lane taking the minor left hand turning in to Eastwood Road. Follow this lane for approximately 0.9 of a mile whereupon Eastwood Cottages will be found on the right hand side. The stables and paddocks will be found shortly on the left hand side.

General

Tenure: Freehold

Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Local authority: www.maidstone.gov.uk

Council tax: Band D

EPC: E

Viewings: By appointment with the agents. Cranbrook Office: 01580 712888

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