Key Features

  • GUIDE PRICE £450,000 TO £475,000
Guide Price £425,000 to £450,000 - A well presented three bedroom semi-detached house ideally located to the Sissinghurst village school and shops. Stunning views across adjoining fields and orchards can be enjoyed from the conservatory. Garage and paved driveway provides parking for several vehicles. CSCA

LOCATION Sissinghurst is a small village in the county of Kent, situated with Cranbrook to the south, Goudhurst to the west, Tenterden to the east and Staplehurst to the north. Originally called Mylkehouse, Sissinghurst changed its name in the 1850s. The village shares its history with that of the nearby Wealden town of Cranbrook, having strong evidence of cloth and iron ore manufacturing activities. Sissinghurst is most famous for its Castle and the magnificent gardens created in the 1930s by Vita Sackville-West, poet and gardening writer, and her husband Harold Nicolson, author and diplomat. The Street runs through the centre of the village and is where the village pub, The Milkhouse, can be found as well as the acclaimed Rankins restaurant, a tandoori restaurant, a general store and the village hall. Sissinghurst's parish church is the Anglican Trinity Church, built in 1838. The Sissinghurst Church of England Primary School is dedicated to providing an education of the highest quality.

TO THE FRONT A brick paved driveway with tandem parking for two vehicles leads up to the single garage. The front garden has a mature tree border. There is a brick pathway to the front door.

FRONT PORCH UPVC opaque double glazed front door. Wooden flooring. Wooden double doors leading to living room. Wooden door leading to cloakroom. Wall mounted lights.

CLOAKROOM Opaque double glazed window to front. Vanity enclosed wash hand basin. WC. Heated towel rail. Built in cupboard. Wooden flooring.

LIVING ROOM Stairs leading to first floor with understairs storage. Two full height radiators. Wooden flooring. Wall mounted lights. French doors leading to conservatory. Access to kitchen. Door leading to garage.

CONSERVATORY Double glazed with doors leading to rear garden and patio area. Wooden flooring. Power points. Radiator.

KITCHEN Duel aspect with patio doors leading to rear patio area and double glazed window to side. Wall and base kitchen units with a one and a half bowl sink and an extendable swan neck mixer tap. 'Bosch' four ring induction hob with extractor over. Built in double 'Bosch' oven. Integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Larder cupboard. Coved ceiling. Tiled splash back. Full height radiator.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Loft access. Doors to bedrooms and bathroom. Airing cupboard with built in shelving.

BEDROOM ONE Double glazed windows with views to the rear garden, fields and orchards. Built in wardrobe. Coved ceiling. Carpeted.

BEDROOM TWO Double glazed window with views to the rear garden, fields and orchards. Radiator. Wardrobe. Coved ceiling. Carpeted.

BEDROOM THREE Double glazed windows to front.

BATHROOM Opaque double glazed windows to side. Roll top bath with hand held shower attachment. Shower cubicle. Vanity unit enclosed wash hand basin. Low level WC. Heated towel rail. Tiled splash back.

GARAGE Single glazed window and an opaque double glazed door to side. Base units with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. One and a half bowl sink with extendable swan neck mixer tap. Access to boarded garage loft.

REAR GARDEN Steps down from the Conservatory lead to a patio area and a garden laid to lawn with some mature flower beds, a wildlife pond and further steps down to another patio. The garden is fence enclosed with a wooden log store and timber shed. Gated side access to the front.
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