Guide Price £375,000-£400,000 This period characterful town house was built in 1860 and the stunning accommodation is arranged over four floors. The current vendors have tastefully improved the property throughout. The property has two front doors and can be entered on the ground and lower ground level. On the lower ground level an outstanding kitchen/living/dining room stretches through the entire depth of the property with bi-folding doors opening out to the private garden. At the heart of every enviable kitchen is an island and this is no exception. A large island with a solid wooden work top has an inset butler sink and plenty of space for casual dining. The modern Aga has 6 burners, a griddle pan, 2 ovens and a grill. There is exposed brick work, ceramic floor tiling and an array of lighting with pendants illuminating the island and mood surround lighting over worktops and solid wood wall shelves. There is space for an American fridge/freezer and an integrated dishwasher and microwave. An under stair storage cupboard has plumbing and potential to incorporate a WC. From the lower front door brick steps lead up to the driveway. Stairs rise to the ground floor where there is a charming snug/fourth bedroom and family bathroom. The snug/fourth bedroom has original floor boarding and a feature fireplace (not in use). The family bathroom features a freestanding roll top bath. There is a separate shower cubicle, vanity cupboard with inset wash hand basin and WC. A recess provides space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. On the first floor landing the vendors have permission to put in a window overlooking the garden and the freestanding wardrobes will be included in the sale. Leading off the landing, there are two double bedrooms. The master suite is on the second floor with a Juliet balcony and spectacular far reaching views to the North Downs. The en-suite has a walk in shower, wash hand basin and WC.
The property is approached over a private driveway. Down the brick steps the lower front door gives access into a the stunning kitchen/living/dining room. The rear gardens are primarily lawned with established shrubs to the boundaries. There is a paved entertaining area and decking in front of the summer house which has power connected. Two garden sheds will remain and there is an outside tap and external lighting. The property has a misting fire protection system, alarm and CCTV.
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Method of Sale
This property is Freehold and is offered for sale with vacant possession upon completion.
On the cusp of Ashford, Silver Hill Road is a highly desired location close to woodland and open countryside with a beautiful back drop of the North Downs yet J10 of the M20 and the William Harvey Hospital are just a short drive away. Nursery schools, primary and secondary schools are all in close proximity of each other but this is only a taster of what Willesborough has to offer. There are lots of local shops, restaurants, take aways, beauticians, a doctors' surgery, churches and halls as well as the town centre and international train station not being far away by car or public transport. Up the road is "The Hooden Smokehouse and Cellar" which a popular eatery. Willesborough is close to Junction 10 of the M20 and the William Harvey Hospital where they have an Accident and Emergency department, various clinics and a labour ward. Ashford International Train Station proudly operates the High Speed Rail link which can take you to Ebbsfleet International, Stratford International and London St Pancras in just 38 minutes. Eurostar also runs from Ashford International so the continent is closer than you think with regular trains to Paris, Lille, Brussels, Calais and not forgetting the popular Disneyland Paris. With a blend of character and modern, Willesborough Lees is popular with professionals and families because of its commuter links, location and schools all within arm’s reach. The countryside isn't far away with lots of public footpaths across nearby fields. We have been informed that the Farriers Arms in Mersham is a nice walk to try! Conningbrook Lakes Country Park also has lovely walks with views of the North Downs.