Cute period cottage with excellent presentation, offered with no forward chain.
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This attractive two bedroom period home is constructed of brickwork under a slate roof. The property is situated in the thriving village of Seal walking distance to all local amenities with further facilities on offer a short drive away in Sevenoaks town centre. The panelled front door leads into the living room, which features an exposed brick chimney breast with wood burning stove. There is a useful under stairs storage cupboard, the multi paned cottage window looks out into the street.
The kitchen has been fitted with a range of wall and base units with complimentary work surface running over. There is space for the necessary appliances and the kitchen sink looks out to the garden. The first floor landing leads to a double bedroom again with fireplace and panelled bedroom looking out to the front. The second bedroom is small but would make for an excellent study with garden view. The luxurious shower room has been refitted with an attractive range of sanitary wear in keeping with the character of the cottage.
A stable door leads out to the courtyard garden ideal for summer entertaining. There is a rear access right of way through the back gate.
Seal is a pretty village, located just to the north of the popular town of Sevenoaks. The village has several useful everyday amenities and facilities, while Sevenoaks offers a comprehensive range of educational, recreational and shopping facilities, together with a mainline station with services to London Cannon Street/Charing Cross in approximately 30 to 35 minutes.
The A21 is easily accessible linking with the M25 and other motorway networks, Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted and City Airports, Bluewater Shopping Centre, the Channel Tunnel and both Ebbsfleet and Ashford International Stations.
Within a short distance, there are a good selection of highly regarded state and private schools. Knole Park, with approximately 1,000 acres of parkland is close by and is one of the last remaining medieval deer parks.