For Sale Offers In Excess Of £685,000
Rochester Road, Aylesford

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Description


Situation

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.

Accommodation as follows:

Double glazed door under storm porch into…

Entrance Hall

Two double glazed windows to front. Inset spotlights and coving to ceiling. Picture rail to walls. Cupboard under stairs. Radiator. Glazed timber doors to sitting room, dining room and kitchen. Further doors to bedrooms one, two and bathroom.

Sitting Room (5.56m into alcoves x 4.29m into bay)

Double glazed bay window to front. Brick fireplace with log burning stove. Picture rail to walls. Exposed floor boards. Television point. Radiator.

Dining Room (4.50m x 3.99m into alcoves)

Double glazed windows to rear. Brick fireplace with timber mantle and tiled hearth housing log burning stove. Exposed floor boards. Picture rail to walls. Serving hatch to kitchen. Two radiators. Double glazed french doors into conservatory.

Kitchen-Breakfast Room (6.96m x 3.20m max)

A matching range of units with Oak door and drawer fronts and composite worktops over. Inset 1.5 bowl and drainer with chrome mixer tap. Space for range cooker, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. Localised tiling to walls and Travertine tiled floor. Radiator. Coving to ceiling. Double glazed window to rear overlooking rear garden. Skylight. Opening to utility area.

Utility Area (2.82m x 1.57m)

A continuation of the kitchen units with inset butler sink and brass mixer tap. Space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Wall mounted boiler. Localised tiling to walls and Travertine tiled floor.

Conservatory (4.06m x 2.49m)

Double glazed conservatory with vaulted double glazed roof. Travertine tiled floor. Wall mounted heater. Double glazed french doors to rear garden.

Boot Room (3.23m x 1.27m)

Double glazed door to garden. Travertine tiled flooring. Radiator.

Master Bedroom (3.86m x 3.81m max)

Double glazed window to rear. Picture rail to walls. Carpet to floor. Radiator. Door to en-suite.

En-suite

A white suite comprising shower cubicle with chrome shower mixer, wall mounted basin with chrome taps and low level wc. Natural granite floor tiles and localised tiling to walls. Chrome heated towel rail. Inset spotlights to ceiling. Obscured double glazed window to side.

Bedroom 2 (4.98m into bay x 4.32m)

Double glazed bay window to front and further double glazed window to side. Picture rail to walls. Carpet to floor. Two radiators.

Family Bathroom (3.63m x 2.57m max)

A white suite comprising bath with chrome mixer tap, walk-in shower with chrome shower mixer, pedestal basin with chrome taps and low level wc. Localised tiling to walls and tiled floor. Chrome heated towel rail. Coving to ceiling. Obscured double glazed window to side.

Stairs/Landing

Carpeted stairs from entrance hall to first floor landing. Double glazed window to front. Storage cupboard. Doors to bedrooms three and four.

Bedroom 3 (5.16m x 3.23m at floor level)

Double glazed window to front and Velux window to side. Carpet to floor. Wall mounted air conditioning unit. Storage into eaves. Radiator.

Bedroom 4 (3.25m x 2.51m at floor level)

Double glazed windows to front and rear. Carpet to floor. Wall mounted air conditioning unit. Storage into eaves. Radiator.

Outside

Front (iro 17.07m x 9.14m)

'In and Out' block paved driveway with covered car port drive extension to garage. Semi-circular lawned area. Gate to rear garden.

Garage (7.59m x 2.49m)

Barn style doors to front. Double glazed door to side and window to rear. Vehicle inspection pit. Currently subdivided with gym area at the rear but partition could easily be removed if required.

Rear Garden (iro 60.96m x 16.76m plus 10.67m x 9.14m)

The rear garden is a real feature of this property and is considered to be a true gardeners paradise. Extensive patio area to immediate rear with steps down to formal lawned area. The bottom section of the garden is currently utilised as a small holding with vegetable patches and enclosures, fruit trees and space for chickens. Numerous sheds and greenhouses to remain. To the far rear of the garden there is an extension to the garden currently planted as a vineyard area. The whole garden boasts a profusion of trees, shrubs and plants and create a great sense of seclusion. There is a useful cloakroom in the main building accessed via a double glazed door with low level wc and corner basin.

Services

Electricity, Gas, Water and mains drainage

Viewing Arrangements

By appointment through:-
Bluebell Estates
27 High Street
Aylesford
Kent
ME20 7AX
Tel: 01622 717500
Web: www.bluebell-estates.co.uk

If you are looking for The Good Life but still want to be near civilisation then this 4 bedroom 1930's detached property may be the one for you. The overall plot is in the region of a 1/3 of Acre (tbv) and boasts a wonderful, mature South-East facing rear garden with vegetable plots and enclosures, a small vineyard area, chicken run and a lawned area with extensive patio at the immediate rear of the property. The well proportioned accommodation comprises entrance hall, bay fronted sitting room with log burner, dining room with log burner, country style kitchen-breakfast room with Rayburn stove, utility area, conservatory, master bedroom with en-suite, second bedroom and a modern family bathroom on the ground floor. The loft has been converted to provide 2 further bedrooms. The property has an in-and-out block paved driveway with further parking under a carport as well as a garage. This is a rare opportunity to acquire such a conveniently situated property in a village location on a generous plot so we would urge interested parties to view early to avoid disappointment.

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01622 717500

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