Nestling in the wooded hills to the south of Westerham, this attractive detached home occupies a peaceful and secluded position within an exclusive, private enclave. Dating to the 1930s and accompanied by mature, manageable gardens, this characterful cottage offers pleasingly proportioned accommodation to include three double sized bedrooms, an open-plan sitting/dining room complete with fireplace, well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room and convenient ground floor cloakroom. Storage has been thoughtfully included throughout and to the front there is driveway parking. The historic High Street with its wide selection of day-to-day amenities is within easy reach, as well as extensive open countryside, with a plethora of idyllic walks waiting to be enjoyed from the doorstep.
- EXCLUSIVE TUCKED-AWAY SETTING
- WESTERHAM HIGH STREET 0.7 MILES
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- OPEN-PLAN SITTING/DINING ROOM
- SPACIOUS KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
- FIRST FLOOR BATHROOM & GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM
- MATURE, MANAGEABLE GARDEN SPACE
- DRIVEWAY PARKING
- COUNTRYSIDE WALKS FROM THE DOORSTEP
- CLOSE TO SCHOOLS & KENT GRAMMAR CATCHMENT AREA
Approaching the property from the driveway area, one is greeted by a loggia style porch with the front door opening to a practical entrance vestibule, providing access to a convenient cloakroom with WC and corner basin. An inner hallway leads through to the main accommodation, all of which boasts characteristically high ceilings with exposed timbers, typical of the period which witnessed a revival of interest in Tudor detailing.
A generously sized reception encompasses room for both sitting and dining, with a dual aspect bathing the space in an excellent quality of natural light, duly enhanced by French doors which open invitingly to a paved garden terrace. A fireplace with stone hearth and wooden mantle serves as a cosy focal point.
Adjacent is the well-appointed kitchen, fitted with a comprehensive array of timeless base and wall Shaker style cabinetry, married with wooden counters space, tiled splashbacks and plenty of room for a central table and chairs. Integrated appliances include a double eye-level electric oven and four ring gas hob and there is space/plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher and tumble dryer.
To the first floor are three double bedrooms - all equipped with bespoke fitted wardrobes and enjoying pleasant outlooks. A four-piece family bathroom completes the accommodation and there is a hatch to ample loft space from the landing.
Externally, the easily managed gardens are a tranquil and secluded haven; enveloped by mature evergreen hedging and connected via a wooden gate to one side, both areas are principally laid to level lawn, accompanied by well-stocked cottage style borders. The rear garden additionally benefits from a paved terrace - perfect for relaxing and al fresco dining - together with a summer house enjoying a warm southerly orientation.
A driveway set behind a five bar gate currently offers parking for 1-2 vehicles.
SERVICES, OUTGOINGS & INFORMATION:
Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage
Council Tax Band: G (Sevenoaks)
Berrys Green Road, Berrys Green, Westerham£850,000
Nestled attractively in its mature, leafy plot and enjoying an unspoilt outlook over protected countryside to front and rear, this well-proportioned detached home offers spacious accommodation to include three double-sized bedrooms and bath/shower rooms to both floors.
Well-maintained over the years, the property offers exciting potential for a new owner to improve to taste, with significant scope for further enlargement, subject to necessary permissions being obtained.
As well as being suitably located for a diverse selection of schooling options from both the state and independent sector, the house is also commuter-friendly, with Oyster Zone 6 Chelsfield and Orpington stations accessible within a short drive.
Hosey Common, Hosey Hill, Westerham£795,000
CHAIN FREE - Attached home forming part of a unique Victorian school conversion, benefitting from an additional private garden area, garage and driveway parking and set amidst the leafy backdrop of Hosey Common.
Steeped in history and constructed from locally quarried ragstone, this character-laden property offers versatile accommodation arranged over two floors, with excellent scope to add one's own personal stamp.
The historic High Street with its wide selection of day-to-day amenities is within pleasant strolling distance, as well as extensive Greenbelt countryside, with a plethora of idyllic walks waiting to be enjoyed from the doorstep.
Trotts Lane, Westerham£750,000
Detached mid-century-modern home located in a most sought after private cul-de-sac, within just a few minutes’ walk of the town.
Dating to the early 1950s, the property offers well-proportioned and neatly presented accommodation to include three bedrooms, a dual aspect sitting room with open fireplace, dining room, recently refurbished kitchen and convenient cloakroom.
The property enjoys particularly fine, far-reaching views from the first floor windows, taking in The North Downs, St Mary's Church spire and The Squerryes Estate, whilst the internal linking spaces are generously sized, with attractive original oak block flooring running throughout the ground floor.
Externally, the property benefits from mature and well-tended gardens to front and rear with an integral single garage and driveway parking completing the proposition.
Overlooking The Green, Westerham£750,000
A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A SLICE OF HISTORY! James Millard Estate Agents are proud to offer to market this imposing chain-free home, understood to have once served as the town jail and forming an integral part of the historic street scene behind's Westerham's distinctive green.
Owned by the same family for more than a century and sensitively modernised over the years, this truly unique property boasts a host of original features to include exposed stonework and timbers, fireplaces, joinery and sash windows, as well as elevated ceiling heights which bestow a striking sense of grandeur. Thick exterior walls also ensure that the property remains warm during the colder months whilst being a cool haven over summer.
Neutrally presented throughout and orientated over three floors affording stunning far-reaching views to both north and south, the property offers well-balanced accommodation with excellent scope for an imaginative new owner to adapt to taste (subject to necessary permissions being obtained) and add their own stylistic stamp.
Externally, there is a pleasantly secluded and well-established part walled garden extending to circa seventy feet with an attractive aspect towards St Mary’s Church.
Residents’ parking via permit is located directly to the front and your viewing is encouraged to appreciate both the charm and practicality of this characterful home.
Canville Rise, Westerham£699,950
** SURPRISINGLY RE-AVAILABLE DUE TO BEHIND CHAIN BREAK ** Rare opportunity to acquire one of only a pair of the Tenterden house-type built by Linden Homes in 2018 within the well-regarded Ivies development, located within a short stroll from Westerham’s historic High Street.
Immaculately presented throughout and stylishly upgraded by the present owner, the property offers spacious, neutrally decorated accommodation to include a luxuriously appointed principal suite, two further bedrooms, contemporary kitchen with integrated appliances and a generously proportioned sitting room with garden access and focal fireplace.
The sunny, south-facing garden is a haven of peace and tranquillity with its attractive landscaping, to include granite paving and low-maintenance evergreen borders.
Private driveway parking for two cars directly to the front confirms this home as a most convenient and appealing choice.
Hosey Common, Hosey Hill, Westerham£695,000
CHAIN FREE - Link-detached house for general improvement and potential enlargement (STPP), located in the favoured Hosey Common area on the southern periphery of the town and enjoying a level, south-facing garden.
The property benefits from a largely open-plan living arrangement, together with three double-sized bedrooms, all of which encompass built-in storage.
Although currently there is no driveway parking, this - potentially together with garaging - could be established within the curtilage.
Your viewing is encouraged to appreciate all this rare opportunity presents.
AGENT’S NOTE: The property has been continually occupied until recently and we are advised that both the kitchen and bathroom are in working order.