PLUCKLEY, KENT - 3 Bedroom Semi-Detached

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  • Semi-Detached Dering Estate House
  • Sympathetically Extended Accommodation
  • Completely Refurbished & Rewired
  • Downstairs Cloakroom
  • Elegant Sitting Room & Separate Lounge
  • Contemporary Fitted Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Luxury Contemporary Family Bathroom
  • Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Large Driveway Off Road Parking
  • Larger Than Average Plot
A stunning example of an extended semi-detached Dering Estate House, believed to date from 1907, with a larger-than-average plot and off road parking, situated in the sought-after semi-rural village of Pluckley, less than one mile from the railway station.

This beautifully presented family home has been cleverly, yet sympathetically extended by the present owner to provide stylish and elegant accommodation arranged over two floors.

The accommodation includes an entrance hall with downstairs cloakroom, light and airy double aspect lounge, sizeable sitting room and a generously proportioned contemporary fitted kitchen dining room with feature roof lantern and bi-fold doors opening onto the rear garden's Indian Sandstone patio. The first floor accommodation benefits from a master bedroom, luxury contemporary family bathroom with walk-in shower enclosure and a second bedroom with access into a third bedroom (an exclusive access could easily be created).

Outside, the property enjoys a small lawned front garden with a generous gravelled driveway providing off road parking for at least four vehicles. The 170' (53m) landscaped rear garden is principally laid to lawn with mature shrubs and boundary fencing. The property is ideally placed to take advantage of the sun in the garden from dawn till dusk.
Locality

The property is situated in a rural country lane and lies 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. A school bus service collects and drops off just across the road from the property, providing the ultimate in convenience for travel to school.

Accommodation:

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall
Downstairs Cloakroom: 4' x 3'2” (1.22m x 0.97m)
Lounge: 12' x 11'11” (3.66m x 3.63m)
Sitting Room: 18'4” x 12' (5.59m x 3.66m)
Kitchen/Dining Room: 24'8” x 11'8” (7.52m x 3.56m)

First Floor

First Floor Landing
Master Bedroom: 12'4” x 12'3” (3.76m x 3.73m)
Bedroom Two: 12'5” x 9'3” (3.78m x 2.82m)
Bedroom 3: 12'3” x 9'3” (3.73m x 2.82m)
Bathroom: 8' increasing to 9' x 9' (2.44m increasing to 2.74m x 2.74m)

Exterior

Landscaped rear garden extending to 170' (53m).

Services

Mains gas-fired central heating, septic tank drainage, mains electricity.

Council Tax

Band D - Ashford Borough Council

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