A charming period family home, which is beautifully presented with spacious accommodation, situated in the centre of this picturesque village.
Entrance lobby, Dining room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Sitting room, Snug
Inner lobby, Cloakroom, Cellar/utility room
Principal bedroom with en-suite shower room, Family bathroom, 3 Further double bedrooms
Parking area, garaging, Terrace, Lawn, Greenhouse
This delightful home is steeped in history as it was originally the village bakery. It still retains part of the proving oven and features a wealth of exposed timbers. Since purchasing the vendors have lovingly repaired and modernised the house which was featured in Period Homes and Interiors magazine.
The oak front door opens into an entrance lobby with quarry tiled floor and door to the dining room which has a cast iron fireplace, Karndean floor and exposed beams, with a door leading to the kitchen/breakfast room which also features exposed beams, ceramic tiled floor, fitted wall and floor units, corian worktops, integrated dishwasher, Whirlpool fridge/freezer, five hob Rangemaster Toledo with double oven a grill and extractor hood over. The sitting room is a lovely space with exposed beams, open fire, bookshelves with cupboards below and steps up to a snug with French doors to a patio and decking area. There is also an inner lobby with a cloakroom and steps down to the cellar/utility room.
On the first floor is the principal bedroom with fitted wardrobes, built in cupboards and a well appointed en-suite shower room. There is a further well-proportioned bedroom and family bathroom. On the second floor are 2 further double bedrooms, one which is open to the eaves with exposed timber framing and beams.
Alongside the house a driveway provides parking 2-3 cars in front of the garage, which has an up and over door and side door. The main garden is to the rear with a paved patio, decking area and steps up to the lawn which is enclosed by flower borders, fencing, hedging and a stone wall at the end. There is also a wooden greenhouse.
Local Amenities & Surrounding Area
Situated in the centre of this historic and picturesque village. Cowden has a village pub and church as well as 2 golf courses close by. There are a wide range of shops, restaurants and recreational facilities in the nearby towns of Edenbridge, East Grinstead and Tunbridge Wells. Ashdown Forest and Lingfield Racecourse are also nearby.
There is a railway station at Cowden or alternatively there is a service from Oxted or Dormans to London Bridge/Victoria or from Hildenborough to Charing Cross/Cannon Street. The M25 can be accessed at Godstone
Local Authorities & Services
Kent County Council: 03000414141. Sevenoaks District Council: 01732227000 Council Tax band F. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
The property is adjacent to The Fountain Inn.