A beautifully presented and much sought after 1930's family home situated just a few minutes from the town centre, that has been well cared for by the current owners. Although a good size home, the property did have planning permission for an extension, although this has now lapsed, it would in our opinion certainly get approval again.
The property enjoys a generous plot with a fabulous rear garden that is sure to keep the keenest of gardeners occupied.
Internally the accommodation is split over two floors and immaculate throughout, with wood burners and decorative feature fireplaces providing nice finishing touches. The welcoming hallway with the stairs to the first floor will give you a sense of things to come.
The living room is nicely positioned to the front with a feature Bay window and log burner for colder months. A carefully thought out cloakroom has been incorporated into the space under the stairs so no running upstairs to the main bathroom. The kitchen is extended and fitted with some integrated appliances, with a large window overlooking the garden. The dining room is adjacent to the kitchen with another feature log burner, and opens onto the conservatory, which is a great place to read a book or relax.
Moving upstairs and you will find the three bedrooms and the family bathroom. All of the bedrooms are a good size, with the master a particularly good size with Bay window to the front.
The outside has also had allot of attention and although there is lots to keep you busy, it is also quite low maintenance. A good size patio area gives ample space for outdoor entertaining, before stepping down and coming to a vegetable garden area where you can grow fruit your own fruit and veg, and is the smaller of the two lawn areas. Through a gate you have a green house and garden shed for all your tools, and a further larger but private lawn area surrounded by numerous trees, plants and shrubs. An ideal area to just enjoy your surroundings with a coffee or glass of wine.
The location of this property is a big feature, being within easy reach of most things Ashford has to offer. Local schools are within walking distance, as is Sainsbury's and the town centre. If you fancy a meal out and don't want to drive, you can choose between the Harvester or the Local Public house, and Bybrook garden centre is also within walking distance. You really are spoilt for choice of places to walk to, and if you commute, the M20 motorway is less than five minutes away by car, as well as the International Railway station and MacArthur Glen Designer outlet.