A light and spacious family home, which has been featured in Kent Life and awarded Build Magazine's Architecture Awards Best Transformation in 2015, designed in the Colonial New England style and features lots of glass letting the light flood in and takes advantage of the views over surrounding countryside.
The front door leads into the bright and spacious entrance hallway with feature glass window and a vaulted ceiling, which leads onto the open-plan kitchen/dining/family room and features a tiled natural stone flooring with under floor heating. There is a delightful open-plan family/dining area with full frame patio doors overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen has been well fitted with a stylish range of bespoke units complete with a central island designed by Rencraft Kitchens of Tunbridge Wells. There is a formal sitting room with a set of casement doors giving access to the terrace along with a useful separate study. Running from the kitchen is a good-sized utility space and ground floor cloakroom, which gives access to the garden.
The first floor landing has a galleried aspect with a full frame feature window and leads onto the master bedroom with a casement door overlooking the garden and boasting an en-suite bathroom and dressing area.
Two further bedrooms with a Jack and Jill en-suite can also be found. A staircase to the second floor leads to two further bedrooms and a shower room along with a study area.
The property is set well back from the road and has a private gated entrance set behind a high fence and brick entrance with electronically controlled wrought iron gates that lead to a shingle driveway with discrete lighting and allowing generous parking and access to the garage.
The rear garden provides an attractive backdrop and features a paved and decked terrace, ideal for al fresco entertaining and a lawn with mature trees around the perimeter.