CHARING, KENT - 4 Bedroom Terraced
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- Grade II Listed Georgian Village House
- Three Receptions, Four Bedrooms Plus Study
- Kitchen & Breakfast Room
- Sitting Room with Inglenook Fireplace
- Two Bathrooms
- Double Glazed Conservatory
- Large Detached Garage with Room Over
- Beautiful Two-Part Garden
- Wonderful Central Village Location
- Wealth of Character
A charming Grade II listed early 16th century double-fronted three/four bedroom village house with beautiful landscaped garden and large detached garage, occupying a central village position in Charing.
This handsome property is believed to date from around 1520 and features a later Georgian rendered, double-fronted facade and parapet under a Kent peg-tiled roof.
Accommodation is arranged over three floors and a heavy entrance door opens into an elegant dining room with exposed timbers and double doors lead into a double aspect sitting room with feature inglenook fireplace. Further ground floor accommodation includes a kitchen, rear lobby, downstairs cloakroom and breakfast room.
First floor accommodation comprises a master bedroom and study/bedroom four, second double bedroom and family bathroom with feature roll-top bath. Stairs rise from the landing to a second floor double bedroom and bathroom en-suite.
Outside, the beautiful landscaped two-part rear garden enjoys a paved lounging area bordered by well-stocked floral beds and a gate leads along a small pathway to a lawned garden leading to a double glazed conservatory and large detached garage with room above, suitable for storage or a potential home office, subject to any necessary planning consents.
The property is situated in a prominent position in the centre of the High Street in Charing village. Charing enjoys an interesting mix of village shops, micropub, restaurants, churches, primary school and doctor's surgery.
Transport links are well supported with Charing mainline railway station at the southerly end of the village providing access to London Victoria and Ashford International Stations, whilst Junction 9 of the M20 Motorway is some 5 miles distant and Junction 8 some 8 miles distant.
Charing is also just 5 miles west of the large market town of Ashford with its excellent selection of leisure facilities, choice of schools and the International Rail station which benefits from the 37 minute high speed train service to London St Pancras.
Important historical buildings such as this rarely make an appearance on the open market and we strongly urge interested applicants to make arrangements to view to avoid disappointment.
Dining Room: 12'9? x 11'7? (3.89m x 3.53m)
Sitting Room: 20'x 10'8? narrowing to 9'3? (6.10m x 3.25m narrowing to 2.82m)
Kitchen: 12'6? narrowing to 10'6? x 12'5? narrowing to 6'7? (3.81m narrowing to 3.20m x 3.78m narrowing to 2.01m)
Downstairs Cloakroom: 5'9? x 3'9? (1.75m x 1.14m)
Breakfast Room: 12'7? increasing to 18'10? x 6'11? (3.84m increasing to 5.74m x 2.11m)
Master Bedroom: 10'3? x 9'10? (3.12m x 3.00m)
Study/Bedroom Four: 9'2? x 7'9? (2.79m x 2.36m)
Bedroom Two: 12'3? x 10'4? (3.73m x 3.15m)
Bathroom: 10'10? x 7'1? (3.30m x 2.16m)
Bedroom Three: 14'10? x 11'4? (4.52m x 3.45m)Bathroom: 12'5? x 6'7? extending to 10'6? (3.78m x 2.01m)
Garage: 24'2? x 10'9? (7.37m x 3.28m)
Conservatory: 10'8? x 8'2? (3.25m x 2.49m)
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