A well presented, detached family house providing four/five bedroom accommodation including a ground floor bedroom with access to a wet room, comprehensively fitted kitchen/dining room, complemented by well-stocked front and rear gardens, all occupying a central town location within this much favoured residential cul-de-sac, adjacent a section of track forming part of the historic Kent and Sussex steam railway.
Distances: Cranbrook approximately 8 miles distance | Market town of Ashford and International railway station approximately 13 miles distance
The Property: 69 Rogersmead is a modern, detached family house presenting brick elevations set with replacement UPVC double glazed windows, UPVC barge boards and soffits, set beneath a pitched interlocking tiled roof.
The well presented and proportioned accommodation has been updated and improved and is briefly described as follows; hall with engineered oak floor, fitted cloaks/wet room with close coupled WC, Mira shower, wooden block work surface with butler sink, cupboard under and mixer tap over, sitting room with aspect to front and Contura open fireplace with granite hearth, kitchen/dining room fitted with base and eye level cupboards and drawers, fitted work surfaces, integrated Lamona appliances including oven and grill, combination microwave oven, dishwasher, fridge freezer, four burner ceramic hob with filter hood over, tiled floor, recessed ceiling down lamps, double aspect to side and rear incorporating sliding doors to garden. Useful study/ground floor bedroom five with aspect to rear across garden.
Four bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes are arranged over the first floor, incorporating a master bedroom with aspect to front and an en suite shower room fitted with a modern white suite with tiling to walls. A particular feature of bedroom two is the view along a section of the working railway track of the historic Kent and Sussex steam railway. A family bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite incorporating a moulded panel bath with integrated shower over with part tiled surround, tiled floor and obscure glazed window to rear.
Gardens and Grounds: Open access onto block paved drive providing parking for approximately two cars. The integrated former garage now accommodates the cloaks/wet room and an area used for storage only.
The front garden is laid to lawn running to two sides with established plants including roses, wisteria and privet hedging. A wooden side gate provides access to the rear garden, approximately 14.5m x 14m, laid to lawn, well-stocked with established borders and block paved patio with a brick built barbecue. The whole is enclosed by fencing.
A particular feature is the embankment to the steam railway line which runs immediately alongside the side boundary.
Directions: From the centre of this historic Cinq Ports town with The White Lion hotel on your left hand side, continue along the high street turning right by The Vine public house into Station Road. Continue down and around the left hand bend, immediately before the steam railway level crossing and continue on, whereupon No. 69 will be found set in the corner on the right hand side.
Tenure: Freehold Services:
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
Local authority: www.ashford.gov.uk
Council tax: Band F EPC: C
Viewings: By appointment with the agents. Cranbrook Office: 01580 712888
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