PLUCKLEY, KENT - 4 Bedroom Semi-Detached
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- Charming Extended Semi-Detached Dering Estate House
- Three Reception Rooms
- Shaker Style Fitted Kitchen
- Downstairs Cloakroom
- Four Bedrooms
- Contemporary Bathroom & Separate Shower Room
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Driveway For Three Vehicles
- 120' (37m) Landscaped Rear Garden
- Popular Pluckley Location
A charming extended four bedroom, three reception room semi-detached Dering Estate house, believed to date from 1907 with a 120' (37m) rear garden and driveway for three vehicles, situated in the sought after rural village of Pluckley.
Built by the Dering family as part of a large farming estate in the early twentieth century, this delightfully light and airy family home benefits from extended accommodation arranged over three floors including an entrance hall, sitting room with feature fireplace, dining room and small pantry, study/music room, well-planned Shaker style fitted kitchen, downstairs cloakroom, two first floor bedrooms, shower room and separate contemporary bathroom and two additional bedrooms on the second floor.
Outside, the property enjoys a well stocked front garden and driveway providing off road parking for three vehicles along with a landscaped 120' (37m) rear garden boasting an abundance of flower beds, lawn and mature apple tree.
Additional features to note include gas fired central heating and some replacement double glazing.
The property is situated in a rural country lane and sits within 0.7 miles of Pluckley's main line railway station which provides fast access to London Bridge, Canon Street and Ashford International station with its high speed 37 minute Javelin service to London St Pancras.
Pluckley is an historic rural village situated in a most beautiful part of the Kent countryside famous for its orchards and farmland and, in particular, being the setting chosen for the 1990's television series ?The Darling Buds of May?. The village enjoys three 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 the previously mentioned railway station along with excellent road networks leading to the A20 and M20 at junction 9, some 6 miles distant, providing access to London and the Kent coast.
The present owners have carefully maintained this property and we strongly urge interested applicants to make immediate arrangements to view to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.
Sitting Room: 12' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m)
Dining Room: 12' x 10'1? (3.66m x 3.07m)
Kitchen: 12' x 10' extending to 17' (3.66m x 3.05m extending to 5.18m)
Study/Music Room: 12'3? x 7'10? (3.73m x 2.39m)
Bedroom One: 12' x 11'10? (3.66m x 3.61m)
Bedroom Two: 12' x 10' (3.66m x 3.05m)
Bathroom: 7'10? x 7' (2.39m x 2.13m)
Bedroom Three: 13'4? x 6'7? (4.06m x 2.01m)
Bedroom Four: 11'10? x 6'7? (3.61m x 2.01m)
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