Guide price £875,000
An immaculately presented detached house set in the picturesque village of Penshurst Entrance hall, Sitting room, Dining room, Kitchen, Cloakroom, Mstr bedroom with ensuite bathroom, 3 further bedrooms, Family shower room, Double garage, Secluded gardens DESCRIPTION Courtyard House is an immaculately presented detached house built in the 1980s by local builders Durtnells, having brick elevations under a tiled roof. The house offers well-appointed family accommodation with scope to extend subject to the usual planning consents. The property is approached through a five-bar gate, opening to a part-walled courtyard with driveway parking and access to the detached double garage. The attractive south-west facing garden offers a good degree of privacy with high hedging and colourful shrubs. FEATURES - Welcoming spacious entrance hall. - Ground floor cloakroom and coats cupboard. - Two principal receptions rooms. The sitting room has a feature coal effect gas fireplace and doors that open to the patio and secluded rear garden. - Separate dining room. - Well-appointed kitchen with framed oak wall and base units, granite worktops, integrated appliances including a Neff oven, combination oven and induction hob. Ceramic tiled flooring. - Master bedroom with built-in cupboards and an en suite bathroom featuring a spa bath. Far reaching views are enjoyed from this room. - There are three further bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a study. - Family shower room. - Paved driveway providing off-road parking and access to the detached garage. - There is a patio to the rear of the property. - The rear and side gardens are mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees which provides seclusion and privacy. SITUATION The property occupies a central position in the village but is set back away from the High Street. The picturesque village of Penshurst has a tea shop, petrol station/shop and a monthly farmers market. There are some beautiful walks and cycle paths to be enjoyed in the surrounding countryside. The village is perhaps best known for its historic landmark, Penshurst Place. It also has one of England's oldest cricket pitches. On the southern outskirts of the village are two popular public houses/restaurant, The Spotted Dog and The Bottle House The major towns of Tonbridge (about 5.4 miles), Sevenoaks (about 7.9 miles) and Tunbridge Wells (about 7 miles) provide High Street designer and boutique fashion stores, supermarkets, leisure, recreation and everyday facilities. All have mainline stations with fast and frequent services to London Charing Cross/Cannon Street. Penshurst station (about 2.2 miles) has services to London Bridge in just over 1 hour. Hildenborough (about 4.4 miles) has services to London Charing Cross/Cannon Street from around 40 minutes. There are a number of highly regarded schools in the area including Penshurst, Fordcombe and Chiddingstone primary schools, Grammar schools in Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells and Sevenoaks. Private schools including Holmewood House in Langton Green, Sevenoaks and Tonbridge. The A21 is accessible at Tonbridge and links to the M25 and national motorway networks, Heathrow and Gatwick airports. DIRECTIONS From the A21 southbound take the B245 exit towards Hildenborough. Continue along this road, turn right signposted to Leigh and Penshurst. Proceed through the village of Leigh and then fork left towards Penshurst. At the T junction in the village, turn right. After a short distance the entrance to Courtyard House can be found on the right-hand side, opposite the local petrol station/shop. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating. - Local Authority: Sevenoaks Town Council Offices - Council Tax band (2020/21): G - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.
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