A gorgeous Grade II Listed lodge house located on a sought-after lane on the outskirts of Hildenborough village, in a semi-rural location but with the advantage of amenities and transport links close by.
It is believed to date back to the 1840s, with a later addition in the late 19th Century. Externally it is a most attractive property with a peg tile roof with ornamental diamond patterns and curly pierced bargeboards with pendants and finials to all the gables. Internally the property has bright spacious accommodation with solid oak latch doors and pretty latticed windows throughout. It is very well presented with a modern décor complemented by character features throughout. The property also benefits from off-road parking for multiple vehicles and a large, flat rear garden.
The front door opens into a reception room with windows overlooking the front, side and rear. This space is divided into two seating areas by a double sided fireplace with a log burning stove creating a cosy atmosphere in both the main sitting room at the front and the snug at the back. There is a fitted carpet and stairs leading to the first floor with a useful understairs cupboard. A door opens into a good-sized dining room with a fitted carpet, windows to the front and back and an attractive cast iron fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room is well designed with stylish wall and base units and plenty of worktop space. There is a tiled splashback and tiled flooring, a built-in breakfast bar and a built-in oven and hob with extractor over, and space for further appliances.
Upstairs the first floor landing leads to two double bedrooms with built-in cupboards and eaves storage. The bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite comprising a large walk-in shower, wash hand basin and W.C. There is a heated towel rail, part tiled walls and tiled flooring.
The house is approached via a gravel driveway providing off-road parking for several cars and side access. The rear garden extends to approximately 87 and is very private with fenced boundaries and some mature trees and shrubs. There is a brick built boiler house and a garden shed which will remain. The oil tank is housed in a fenced off area of the garden, with a second shed and logstore.