A charming Grade II Listed village cottage, believed to date from 1562 with a wealth of period features throughout including exposed beams and original fireplaces, located close to the centre of Sundridge village.
Set back off the road in a peaceful position, the property benefits from beautiful gardens, a garage and off road parking. The cottage has brick, timbered and tile hung elevations under a mainly tiled roof.
The front door opens into the sitting room where a stunning inglenook fireplace takes centre stage. A window overlooks the beautiful front garden. The kitchen/dining room extends to over 27' and is well laid out with plenty of dining space as well as an additional seating area overlooking the back garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cream wall and base units with a wooden worktop incorporating a traditional butler sink. There is a tiled splashback and a smart tiled floor. A window overlooks the front and a double door leads to the garden. A downstairs cloakroom and utility room completes the ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs the first floor landing leads to two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Both bedrooms have a delightful outlook and built-in cupboards. Stairs from bedroom one lead to a useful loft room, currently used as a study/occasional bedroom.
This gorgeous cottage is the end one of three and is approached off the road up a small flight of steps next to the detached garage and private parking space. An attractive timber gate with rose arch opens to a path leading to the front door. Both the front and rear gardens are a wonderful feature, secluded and well maintained with areas of lawn bordered with colourful plans and shrubs. There is a patio area at the rear of the house which provides an ideal spot for alfresco dining, and there are two sheds which we understand will remain.