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This outstanding property was originally constructed in the 1980s and has been completely transformed by the current owner offering versatile open-plan living, finished to a high standard and tastefully decorated throughout. Every detail has been carefully considered and delivered with great style to an exacting specification.
The modern Solidor entrance door opens into a particularly spacious hallway with oak style Amtico flooring which flows through the ground floor living accommodation. A set of partglazed doors lead into the huge lounge which is a fantastic bright space that measures over 22 feet in length. A new set of french doors provides access into the landscaped front garden with a pleasant rural outlook beyond.
The top of the range Magnet Somerton kitchen is semi-open to the lounge providing an ideal layout for modern living. The shaker style wall and base units are finished with contemporary stainless steel handles and a beautiful solid wooden worktop.
There is plenty of storage space with a full range of integrated appliances from AEG including dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine, electric oven, extra wide ceramic hob and microwave oven. A breakfast bar provides an informal place to sit and eat with plenty of space for a formal dining table. A further set of french doors provide direct access onto the back patio.
There is an additional separate reception room which offers great flexibility and could be used as a spacious office for those who work from home or alternatively a playroom/snug or even a fourth bedroom for larger families. It is double aspect and also benefits from direct access into the rear garden.
A downstairs cloakroom with close coupled WC and wall hung vanity cabinet with integrated basin completes the ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs the first floor landing leads to the master bedroom
suite, family bathroom and two further bedrooms. The bedrooms all share the same stunning views out over the rolling hills of the Chartwell Estate. The stairs, landing and bedrooms are fitted with especially soft deep pile carpeting.
The master bedroom benefits from bespoke fitted wardrobes and an ensuite shower room that includes a sliding glass corner cubicle with shower panels, Amtico tiled floors, close coupled WC, heated towel radiator and a wall hung vanity cabinet with integrated basin.
Bedroom two also boasts fitted wardrobes and the 3rd bedroom is large enough to fit a double bed.
The family bathroom is decorated in the same tasteful style as the ensuite with a modern white suite comprising bath with monsoon shower over and hinged glass screen, hidden cistern WC, large heated towel radiator, wall hung sink with vanity unit and an open shelving display providing handy storage space.
There is double glazing throughout the property and the heating system has been upgraded with a Grant boiler and feature column radiators. The refurbishment also included a full rewire with recessed LED lighting throughout.
The house is approached across a large block paved driveway, which provides off-road parking for multiple vehicles. There is a detached block-built garage with double doors and tiled roof which offers handy storage space and is large enough to house a modern car.
A set of shallow steps leads up to the entrance door with gated pathways running down both sides of the house providing access to the rear of the property.
There is a beautiful front garden which has been landscaped and improved by the current owner and offers a pleasant space to sit and enjoy the morning sun with picturesque views out to the National Trust owned woodland.
The delightful back garden is fully enclosed and has been expertly designed on two levels to capture the sun at differing times of day, providing a particularly private space to relax and unwind.
A stone patio which runs along the back of the house offers a wonderful spot for some al fresco entertaining with direct access from the kitchen.
A set of curved steps lead to the upper level where a timber arbour provides a lovely place to sit and enjoy the circular water feature and mature planted beds designed to provide colour and variety through the seasons.
The property is located in a semi-rural position just around the corner from Sir Winston Churchill's former country house at Chartwell where he resided between 1922 until 1965 and which is now run by the National Trust and open to the public.
The charming market town of Westerham is approximately 1.2 miles to the north offering a wealth of cafes, boutique shops, pubs, restaurants and even a local vineyard and brewery.
The larger towns of Oxted and Sevenoaks are approximately 4 and 7 miles away respectively and have an even wider array of shopping and leisure facilities.
The property is surrounded by some of the finest countryside in Kent with some 200 acres of National Trust woodland accessible nearby. There are many fantastic golf courses, an extensive network of local bridle paths and foot paths and many other historical places of interest close by including Hever Castle, Emmetts Garden and Penshurst Place.
For those commuting into the city, Oxted mainline station (fast rail services to London Bridge and Victoria) is 5 miles away and Sevenoaks mainline station (fast rail services to London Bridge, Waterloo East, Charing Cross and Cannon Street) is just 6.5 miles distant.
Junction 5 and 6 of the M25 are approximately 4.5 miles and 8.2 miles away respectively and provide access to the major motorway networks.
There are plenty of well regarded schools in the local area
including Westerham, Crockham Hill and Limpsfield primary
schools. There are grammar schools for both boys and girls in
Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells and for girls in Sevenoaks with a boys grammar school planned. Private schools include Woldingham, Radnor House, Tonbridge and Sevenoaks Schools and Walthamstow Hall. Hazelwood Preparatory school in Limpsfield and further preparatory schools in Sevenoaks and Tonbridge.