PLUCKLEY, KENT - 3 Bedroom Semi-Detached

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  • Stunning Semi-Detached Grade II Listed Cottage Believed to Date Back to 1470
  • Three Bedrooms
  • 17'10 Kitchen/Diner
  • 24'11 Living Room/Study
  • Oil Fired/Thermal Storage Heating with Additional Wood Burner Back Up Heating
  • Recently Fully Refurbished and Renovated Throughout
  • Bespoke JM Interiors Kitchen and Utility Room
  • Luxury Main Bathroom with additiional Ensuite WC to Bedroom Three
  • Off Road Parking and 115' Rear Garden
  • No Forward Chain
A beautifully restored Grade II listed three bedroom semi-detached family home believed to date from 1470-1490 with off road parking and a 120' (36.4m) rear garden, situated in a no-through country lane on the edge of the sought after historic village of Pluckley. This charming period property has been lovingly improved by the present owner to create a stylish, well-planned family home cleverly combining period features with contemporary fixtures and fittings.

Accommodation is arranged over two floors comprising a JM Interiors fitted kitchen/dining room, utility room, delightful sitting room with exposed timbers and feature inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, hand made solid oak internal doors, three bedrooms (one with en-suite cloakroom) and contemporary family four-piece bathroom suite.

Outside, the property enjoys a lawned front garden with a gravel driveway providing off road parking for two vehicles and a sizeable enclosed rear garden.

The property is situated in a most beautiful part of the Kent countryside on the outskirts of the village of Pluckley. Pluckley is famous for its orchards and farmland and, in particular, being the setting chosen for the television series “The Darling Buds of May”.

The village enjoys historic pubs, Church, Post Office & General Stores, butcher's shop, farm shop and a well respected primary school. The area is rich in natural beauty with an abundance of public footpaths and horse riding routes, providing an amazing playground for the outdoor enthusiast.

Transport links are well served with a main line railway station in Pluckley village which provides fast access to London Bridge, Cannon Street and Ashford International station with its high speed 37 minute Javelin service to London St Pancras, in addition to being just two miles from Charing Station with connections to London Victoria. Excellent road networks are also available leading to the A20 and M20 at junction 9, some 6 miles distant, providing access to London and the Kent coast.

Properties of this style are rarely available and we strongly urge interested applicants to make immediate arrangements to view to avoid disappointment.


Kitchen/Diner:
17'10' x 13'0' (5.44m x 3.96m) at its largest. Wooden stable door to front, window to front, radiator, range of beautifully finished JM Interiors wall and base units with granite worktops over, inset butler sink with brushed aluminium mixer tap, display shelving, pull-out bin, pull-out carousel storage unit, integrated slimline dishwasher, integrated full height Aga fridge and freezer, space for electric range cooker, extractor, under-cupboard lighting, terracotta tiled floor, recessed lighting, opening through to;

Utility Area:
Part glazed stable door to rear, window to rear, fitted wall mounted cupboards and base units with space for washing machine and tumble dryer, terracotta tiled floor, recessed lighting.

Living Room: 24'11' x 11'3' (7.59m x 3.43m)
Windows to front and rear, small high level window to side, two radiators, feature brick fireplace and hearth with large wood burner which also serves as a back up for central heating and hot water (there is a principal oil fired system serving the house), a wide variety of original and new exposed oak beams, fitted walk in storage cupboard, recessed log storage, study area, recessed lighting, carpet, stairs to first floor.

First Floor Landing:
Window to rear, radiator, oak balustrades, exposed oak beams, recessed lighting, carpet.

Bedroom One: 15'0' x 10'9' (4.57m x 3.28m)
Window to front, two radiators, wide variety of exposed beams, vaulted ceiling with stunning King-Post and mezzanine storage area leading to additional loft storage area, fitted wardrobe cupboard with

Bedroom Two:
12'2' x 11'0' (3.71m x 3.35m) at its largest, window to front, radiator, loft access hatch, telephone point, carpet.

Bedroom Three:
15'2' x 9'3' (4.62m x 2.82m) at its largest, window to rear, radiator, exposed beams, recessed lighting, carpet, door to;

En-suite:
Chrome ladder-style radiator/towel rail, feature designer vanity sink unit with chrome mixer tap, low level WC with split flush, laminate flooring, extractor fan.

Main Bathroom:
Window to side, chrome ladder-style radiator/towel rail, feature panelled bath with headrests and central chrome mixer tap/shower attachment, walk-in double shower enclosure with raindrop shower head and additional body shower, feature designer vanity sink unit with chrome mixer tap, low level WC with split flush, mosaic tiled splashbacks, laminate flooring, extractor fan.

Front:
Shingle driveway providing extensive off road parking with gate leading to rear garden, front garden laid to lawn with ragstone and brick dwarf wall.

Rear Garden:
Enclosed rear garden measuring approximately 115'0' (35.05m) principally laid to lawn with paved patio area, large timber garden shed/workshop with power, greenhouse, boundary fencing. (Pictures to follow)

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