Period living in the heart of a sought after village
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PRICE RANGE £450,000 to £475,000
A charming 3 bedroom period home in the ever popular picturesque village of Shoreham with pretty rear garden and boasting a number of period features.
The front door opens into the sitting room which is a bright space featuring a beautiful, exposed brick open fireplace and good size storage cupboard. Heading through brings you to the dining room which features another exposed brick chimney breast as well as built in storage and a window looking out over the garden. The kitchen is adjacent to this room and is fitted with a range of traditional style units topped with wood effect worktops and incorporating spaces for a number of freestanding appliances. A rear lobby gives access to the garden and the bathroom which has recently been renovated with stylish metro tiles, shower over bath, w.c and basin with vanity unit underneath.
Heading upstairs you come to the first floor which is home to two of the bedrooms, the first of which is a generous double room with window looking out onto the picturesque Crown Road and the second is a good size single room with views over the garden. There is also a handy w.c. on this floor. Heading up again you come to the main bedroom which accommodates a double bed, eaves storage and far reaching views to the hills and local vineyard.
GARDENS & GROUNDS
Outside the rear garden has been landscaped with raised flowers beds as well as shingle and patio areas and also benefits from a pretty garden shed.
Shoreham is a picturesque village on the banks of the River Darent. The village offers a local shop, primary school, Church, railway station (Thameslink route) and several pubs. Otford village, which is approximately 2 miles away, offers a further variety of local shops and station (London Victoria). Otford has its own primary school together with Russell House and St. Michael's preparatory schools. More comprehensive shopping and further educational facilities in both the state and private sectors can be found at Sevenoaks, which is approximately 5.5 miles away, including Knole Academy.
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected
Sevenoaks District Council
Council Tax Band D