We love Aylesford village. How can you not? It has a great community spirit, some really interesting historic properties and many places to eat and drink! Our favourite eatery has to be The Hengist; a recently refurbished restaurant, bar and brasserie with a lovely al-fresco terrace. The Chequers is a more traditional pub which serves food and has a wonderful riverside terrace. You can also enjoy a light bite inside or outside at The Village Pantry, or at weekends for a friendly and cosy meal Sherlocks is worth a try, or perhaps a pint and a bite to eat in The Bush, public house. There are lovely riverside walks, walks through the neighbouring farmland and just on the edge of the village is The Friars; an ancient religious house open to the public with a cafe, farmers market and peaceful gardens. There is a small primary school in the centre of the village and further primary school just outside the village, both of which were rated as good in the latest Ofsted report as well as a secondary school in the wider Aylesford area. You are spoilt for choice when it comes to shopping, with an M & S foodstore, Sainsburys and an Aldi just up the road. Commuters are well served with London services (changing at Strood) from Aylesford station and you’ve got access to both the M2 and M20 nearby. If this isn’t enough then the County Town of Maidstone is just 4 miles away and has a multitude of retail, educational and recreational facilities.
Timber door into living room.
Sash window to front. Radiator, Tiled flooring, Built-in storage cupboards.
A matching range of units with solid wood work surface over and inset Butler sink with chrome mixer tap. Space for range cooker, Tiled floor and localised tiling to walls. Radiator. Double glazed window to rear.
Space for fridge-freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. Walnut effect worksurfaces. Tiled flooring and localised tiling to walls. Glazed timber door to rear garden. Cupboard housing combination boiler.
Carpeted stairs from kitchen-dining room to first floor landing with doors to bedroom 1 and bathroom.
Sash window to front. Feature fireplace. Radiator.
A white suite comprising bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal basin with chrome mixer tap and low level WC. Wood effect flooring and localised tiling to walls. Sash window to rear. Inset spotlights to ceiling. Storage cupboard.
Carpeted stairs from first floor landing to second floor landing with door to bedrooms 2 and 3.
Window to rear. Inset spotlights to ceiling. Radiator.
Window to rear. Radiator. Inset spotlights to ceiling. Access to loft via hatch.
In the region of 40ft long mainly laid to decking. Imposing ragstone and brick wall to rear boundary.Bluebell Estates are delighted to present this Grade II Listed property in the Medieval Village of Aylesford in Kent. The character accommodation comprises of living room, kitchen-dining room and utility room to the ground floor, with master bedroom and bathroom on the first floor and a further 2 bedrooms on the second floor. The property is believed to be just over 200 years old and in our opinion perfectly blends character features such as sash windows and latched and braced doors, with modern conveniences and a stunning bathroom suite. The cottage is situated in the heart of the village and boasts a rear garden in the region of 40ft long and is perfectly placed to hear the Church bells ringing, with an imposing ragstone and brick wall to the far rear. We would recommend an immediate viewing on this character property to avoid certain disappointment.
Design our Boards Competition
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of taking over at Bluebell Estates in Aylesford, Managing Director, John-Paul Rafferty held a competition to design their next FOR SALE board with a £1000...