Located just a short walk from the Town Centre, Sturges Road is a convenient location if you’re looking for amenities close-by. You can walk into the Town in a matter of minutes, the International Station is around 1 mile away and the Ashford Designer Outlet can also be reached on foot in around 25 minutes. Ashford’s vibrant High Street offers a plethora of local and boutique shops, including a number of cafes, restaurants and coffee houses. Having undergone a remodeling and refurbishment works in recent years, this home is presented in immaculate condition throughout. Throughout is a neutral decor with exposed wooden floors to the ground floor and laid carpets to the first floor.
Accommodation (see floorplan for room sizes)
Having been thoughtfully remodeled in recent years, this home is sure to take your breath away when you step inside. Unlike anything else we've seen in the area, this lovely home is a true turn-key property, with all necessary works completed - even the decorating is immaculate!
The layout has been altered, bringing the kitchen into the centre of the house, making this the place everyone is going to want to meet at. A bathroom has been installed upstairs and a dining room created to the rear of the house making this perfect for a family.
The location is great too, you're only a few minutes walk into the town centre, amenities really are on your doorstep and the International Station is less than 1 mile away!
The ground floor comprises two separate reception rooms and the kitchen/breakfast room. To the front is the living room which features an inset log burner within the chimney and storage cupboards with shelving in the chimney recess. The kitchen/breakfast room sits centrally to the house and is sure to the place where everyone gathers. A modern and well-designed space with a central island unit. All appliances are built-in including a large gas range-cooker, dishwasher, washing machine & fridge/freezer. Handmade bespoke units have also been fitted under the staircase offer some further storage a clever bench seat too. Beyond the kitchen and looking onto the garden is the dining room, with doors leading to the outside.
Upstairs are three bedrooms. The main bedroom and the largest of the three is to the front and spans the width of the house. Bedroom two is a generous double bedroom and feature's a lovely ornate feature fireplace. The smallest of the bedrooms faces the rear and is a good sized office or children's bedroom. A modern bathroom has been installed and comprises a three-piece suite with a shower over the bath.
Externally the garden to the rear features an artificial lawn and bricked pathway leading to the Forge. The Forge is an outbuilding at the bottom of the garden which could be converted (subject to necessary consents) or used for secure storage needs. There is a door leading to the road behind (Park Road N) and could offer storage for motorbikes. We do not believe The Forge is large enough to accommodate a car.
Although there is no parking allocated to the property, parking is available on the road near-by which is permit-controlled (Zone E). Permits are available to purchase from the local authority at £35 per annum.
Mains electricity, gas, water & drainage. EPC rating: C (69). Local Authority: Ashford Borough Council. Council Tax Band: C