Located in a convenient position for access to local schools as well as being a short walk (11 minutes) of Ashford International Station is this beautifully presented and extended 1920's bay fronted house, offering four-bedrooms and boasting a loft conversion, en-suite to the main bedroom, off street parking and a functional garage which has recently been built to the bottom of the garden.
It is clear to see that the current owners have really loved this home, making the best use of the space on offer. In time an extension has been added to the rear of the house, which now plays host to the stunning kitchen/breakfast room, whilst the loft has also been converted, creating two bedrooms (main bedroom en-suite).
Considering the alterations and extensions made, the layout is still rather traditional for the age and style of property. There are two reception rooms; a bay fronted lounge to the front and an equally proportioned dining room behind. Where the kitchen would originally have been situated is now a useful utility room with plenty of storage and space for both washing machine and tumble dryer. The kitchen is found within the extension to the rear, looking out over the garden and enjoying a vaulted ceiling, the finish in here is exemplary.
The stairs lead up from the hallway where there is also a handy downstairs WC.
You'll find two generously proportioned double bedrooms on the first floor, along side the family bathroom, comprising a four-piece suite. The layout on the first floor is only slightly different to what you may expect to allow for the second staircase which takes you up to the top floor and the final two bedrooms.
Having had the loft converted, there are a further two bedrooms up on the top floor, one of which being the main bedroom and benefitting from an en-suite shower room.
Externally to the rear the garden measures approx. 100ft, comprising a patio adjacent to the rear of the rear house, pathway leading up the garden with a decked area just before the garage. A side gate provides access along the side of the garage to the parking area. Having only recently been built, the garage was built with further potential in mind. The electric roller door is larger than usual allowing for an over-height vehicle or van to comfortably fit inside. The roof is also higher giving more headroom whilst the walls were insulated, so should you look at this and think Annex, this is certainly on the cards.
Further points of note include;
- Under floor heating in the kitchen and utility room
- Nest thermostat installed
- Electric blind fitted to Velux window in kitchen
- Wine fridge within the kitchen
- New boiler fitted in 2019
- Sockets installed in pantry cupboards for charging vacuum cleaner