Sold Subject to Contract £235,000
High Street, Wouldham

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If you want to be close to the Medway towns, including the historic city of Rochester but want a bit more peace and quiet then we feel Wouldham village could be the place for you. For outdoor lovers there are walks along The North Downs Way or along the River Medway and you can reward yourself after a long walk at The Medway Inn with a Sunday roast and pint of real ale or for something a little spicier in the adjoining Ruby’s Indian restaurant. The Watermans Inn is great for a cold pint in the beer garden on a hot summers’ day or in winter, snuggle up next to its Inglenook fireplace and enjoy a real ale with some of their great pub grub. The local primary school has been re-built and relocated and was rated by Ofsted as Good in the 2013 inspection and 2017 interim report. It currently has around 200 pupils but will grow and looks to go from strength to strength from here. Commuters can access the M2 and M20 motorways via nearby Blue Bell Hill or get the train from Halling Station which is just a 10 minute cycle away (1.8 miles) with trains to St Pancras International as quick as 46 minutes including a change.

Accommodation as follows

Composite double glazed front door into living-dining room.

Living-Dining Room (7.46 x 3.73 max)

Double glazed windows to front and rear. Solid Oak flooring. Cupboard under stairs. Inset spotlights to ceiling. Two radiators. Opening to kitchen.

Kitchen (2.42 x 1.82)

A matching range of units with Oak shaker door and drawer fronts and natural Granite effect roll top worksurfaces. Inset 1.5 bowl and drainer with chrome mixer tap. Integrated fridge-freezer and washing machine. Tiled floor and localised tiling to walls. Built under electric oven with ceramic hob and integrated extractor over. Inset spotlights to ceiling. Double glazed door to conservatory.

Conservatory (2.54 x 1.57)

A double glazed conservatory with French doors to garden and tiled floor.


Carpeted stairs from living-dining room to first floor landing with doors to both bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedroom 1 (3.73 x 2.78)

Double glazed window to front. Carpet to floor. Radiator. Built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom 2 (2.75 x 2.78)

Double glazed window to rear with views over recreation ground and North Downs beyond. Carpet to floor. Radiator. Cupboard housing Worcester combination boiler and further storage cupboard over stairs.

Bathroom (1.78 x 1.68)

A white suite comprising bath with chrome mixer tap and chrome shower mixer, pedestal basin with chrome mixer tap and dual flush low level wc. Chrome heated towel rail. Tiled floor and localised tiling to walls.



A small garden area with path to front door.

Rear Garden

Mainly laid to lawn with patio area to the immediate rear. A variety of plants, shrubs and small trees. Shed to remain.


Electricity, Gas, Water and mains drainage

Viewing Arrangements

By appointment through:-
Bluebell Estates
27 High Street
ME20 7AX
Tel: 01622 717500

If you are looking for a Victorian cottage in a pleasant village, but prefer a large open plan space to a dark and dingy traditional cottage interior, then look no further!  This beautifully presented home was re-modelled and totally refurbished in 2009 and the accommodation is now perfectly laid out, with a separate upstairs bathroom, 2 bedrooms able to accommodate a double bed and a versatile open plan living-dining space on the ground floor.  The property is decorated tastefully throughout with a new bathroom having been fitted by the current owner. Externally, the rear garden is neatly landscaped and there is a generous patio area to spend the summer evenings on. For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us on 01622 717500 but be quick as we expect this beautiful home to generate a lot of

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