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Wildernesse Avenue, Seal, Sevenoaks, TN15

Guide price £3,000,000

6 Beds 3 Baths 4 Receptions

REF: SVN190088


  • 3,639 sq ft 6 bedroom house
  • Superb open plan kitchen/family/breakfast room
  • Electric gated entry
  • Garage
  • Just under 1.3 acres


This handsome 6 bedroom property, tucked away in a wonderful private woodland setting, offers excellent family accommodation in the heart of the Wildernesse Estate Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Study, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Master Bedroom Suite with Balcony, Dressing Room & Bathroom, 5 further Bedrooms, 2 further Bathrooms, Detached Garage, Just under 1.3 acres DESCRIPTION Coming to the market for the first time in over 20 years, this much loved, extended and improved family property, built in the Sussex Farmhouse style, occupies a delightful, well screened plot of just under 1.3 acres on Wildernesse Avenue, one of the premier private roads in Sevenoaks. FEATURES - Six double bedrooms including the generous master bedroom suite with private balcony, dressing room and en-suite bathroom. One other bedroom has an en-suite shower room, whilst the other three have their own washbasins and share the family bathroom. - Electric gates with telephone entry system. - Attractive street lamps along the driveway. - Detached wide bay garage plus ample parking on the driveway, which has a large turning circle. - Extended in 2004 to provide an impressive "North wing" including a generous open plan kitchen/family/dining room and master bedroom suite. - Parquet wood flooring in the reception hall, study and utility room. Engineered oak flooring in the family room. - The reception rooms are all double or triple aspect. - Stone surround open fire in the sitting room. - Spacious kitchen with extensive wall and base units including stunning granite worktops and upstands, 2 door AGA, Neff oven and steamer, 2 dishwashers, waste disposal unit and space for an American style fridge freezer. Underfloor heating. - Beautiful mahogany strip wood flooring on the first floor landing, which has a study area and storage cupboards, plus access to the large part-boarded loft. - Beautifully appointed bathroom suites with marble/granite topped vanity units. - Shuttered windows by the Shutter Shop in London. - Outside speakers and multiple hose points. - Small orchard of apple, plum and pear trees in a wild meadow section of the side garden. - Lawned garden/grounds to the north and south of the property, plus a fenced formal lawn to the west of the house. There are various seating areas throughout the grounds and some large, colourful rhododendrons and camelias, particularly along the driveway, providing a high degree of privacy from the Avenue. Yorkstone steps lead up from the front of the house to a paved terrace. Further steps lead to the side of the house, accessed off the kitchen/breakfast room. SITUATION Wildernesse Avenue is considered to be one of the premier private roads in Sevenoaks. It lies within the prestigious Wildernesse Estate, about 1.5 miles to the North-East of the town centre and about 2 miles from the mainline station. Badgers Wood is set well back from the road in a very well screened plot with a long private driveway. The attractive Avenue is lined with Lime trees, planted to commemorate Wellington's visit to the estate in 1815 (the year of Waterloo). The Estate has been designated a Conservation Area to protect its sylvan nature, which makes it so unique and popular. Sevenoaks offers a good range of shopping facilities, cafes, bars and restaurants. It also has a mainline rail station with services to Charing Cross (via London Bridge and Waterloo East) and Cannon Street in about 35 minutes. The area is well supplied with highly-regarded state and private schools including popular choices in Sevenoaks itself such as Walthamstow Hall (independent school for girls), Sevenoaks School (independent co-ed), Sevenoaks, Solefields, Granville and New Beacon preparatory schools and Lady Boswell's primary school. The new Weald of Kent grammar annexe in Sevenoaks is also expected to expand in coming years. There is also St Michaels & Russell House preparatory schools in the neighbouring village of Otford and Radnor House School in Sundridge. There are boys and girls grammar schools in nearby Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells. Golf clubs in Sevenoaks include Wildernesse and Knole with Nizels in Hildenborough also nearby. There is a sports and leisure centre in Sevenoaks and a private health/fitness centre at Nizels. Cricket is played at The Vine in Sevenoaks and there is also a thriving rugby club. The M25 is easily accessible, just 3.5 miles to the West, providing access to London, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports as well as the national motorway network. DIRECTIONS From Sevenoaks High Street proceed in a northerly direction, over the cross-roads, and at the end of the line of shops fork right onto Seal Hollow Road. Follow this road for just over 1 mile before turning right into the pillared entrance way to Wildernesse Avenue. The entrance to Badgers Wood will be found on the left-hand side just before the brow of the hill. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: Mains gas fired central heating. Mains water, electricity and drainage. Gigaclear fibre broadband connectivity. - Local Authority: Sevenoaks District Council, 01732 227000 - Council Tax band (2020/21): H (£3,958.14) - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.