CHARING, KENT - 4 Bedroom Semi-Detached

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  • Sizeable Family Home
  • Three Storey Versatile Accommodation
  • Sealed Unit Double Glazing
  • Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Garage & Driveway
  • 95' Rear Garden
  • Central Village Location
A sizeable four bedroom semi detached family home with 95' rear garden, garage and driveway, offering truly flexible accommodation arranged over three floors, situated just off the High Street in the historic village of Charing.

This deceptive property was previously arranged as a one bedroom ground floor flat with a two storey three bedroom house above, but has been reconfigured by the present owner to provide extensive and flexible living accommodation including an entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, contemporary fitted kitchen, double glazed conservatory, ground floor shower room, two first floor bedrooms, family bathroom, a first floor kitchen and two second floor bedrooms.

Notable benefits include gas fired central heating and sealed unit double glazing.

Outside, the rear garden extends to approximately 95' (29m) in depth with patio, gravel beds and lawn and the front garden has been laid to an extensive driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles along with an integral garage.

The property is situated in School Road, just off the historic High Street in Charing. The village sits between the foot of the North Downs with the Pilgrim's Way and the Green Sand Ridge, a rural area rich in farming, some 5.5 miles from the larger market town of Ashford and 13 miles from Maidstone, both accessible via the A20, whilst Canterbury, accessed via the A252, is some 12.5 miles distant. Charing enjoys an interesting mix of village shops, pub, restaurants, church, primary school and doctor's surgery.

Transport links are well supported with a main line railway station in the village, providing access to London Victoria and Ashford International station which benefits from the High Speed 37 minute train service to London St Pancras. Junction 9 of the M20 motorway is some 5 miles distant and junction 8, some 8 miles distant, both providing direct access to London and the Kent coast.

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