Key Features

  • GUIDE PRICE £700,000 TO £725,000
  • THREE BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED PROPERTY
  • BEAUTIFUL OAK FRAMED SUN ROOM
  • SOUTH FACING GARDEN WITH STUNNING COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS
  • OFF ROAD PARKING AND DETACHED OAK FRAMED GARAGE
  • LOCATED ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF GOUDHURST VILLAGE
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • CRANBROOK SCHOOL CATCHMENT AREA
  • EPC RATING D
  • COUNCIL TAX BAND E
Guide Price £700,00 to £725,000 - A well presented three bedroom semi-detached house on the outskirts of Goudhurst. Stunning views over the rear garden towards Glassenbury Estate. Garage & parking.

Guide Price £700,00 to £725,000

This charming semi-detached house, built in the early 20th century with subsequent enhancements and generous gardens that offer breath-taking south-facing views across the Glassenbury Estate. Having been both extended and refurbished, the house boasts beautifully presented accommodation with stunning countryside views from nearly every room, accentuated by plantation-style shutters. Additionally, the property is equipped with solar panels.

The ground floor features three inviting reception rooms: a sitting room with an open fireplace, a snug/family room complete with a log burner, and a south-facing oak-framed sunroom that seamlessly integrates with the family room. The bespoke kitchen diner, bathed in natural light, offers delightful south-facing views over the adjacent farmland. This space is well-appointed with modern cabinetry and oak countertops, featuring an electric Aga, an electric oven, and an integrated dishwasher. A convenient WC completes the ground floor.

Ascending the stairs from the hall, you are greeted by a bright landing. This floor comprises three bedrooms, a contemporary bathroom, and an additional shower room, both fitted with modern sanitary ware.

The property is accessed via a double five bar gated entrance, providing off-street parking for up to four cars and access to the English Heritage detached oak-framed garage with overhead storage. The gently sloping, south-facing gardens are a true delight, offering various seating areas surrounded by seasonal shrubs, including wisteria, cherry blossoms, and blackberry bushes. An orchard with an assortment of fruit trees leads to a vegetable garden equipped with a polytunnel and an outbuilding/summerhouse with a decked seating area, perfect for enjoying the scenic views over the neighbouring countryside.

 

If You Lived Here
Goudhurst, a picturesque village in Kent, offers an idyllic setting for this charming semi-detached property. Known for its historic architecture and vibrant community spirit, Goudhurst is a highly desirable location.
The village provides a range of local amenities, ensuring residents have convenient access to daily necessities. Traditional pubs, cafes, a well-stocked village store, a post office, and boutique shops contribute to the welcoming atmosphere.
For families, Goudhurst offers excellent educational opportunities. The village is home to Goudhurst & Kilndown Church of England Primary School, renowned for its strong academic performance. Nearby, there are several well-regarded secondary schools, including the prestigious Cranbrook School.
Goudhurst is well-connected by transport links, making it ideal for commuters. The nearby town of Marden provides a mainline train station with regular services to London, accessible within approximately an hour. The village is also served by local bus routes connecting to neighbouring towns. For car travel, the A21 offers access to the M25 and the wider motorway network.
Nature enthusiasts will appreciate the abundance of scenic walks and outdoor activities available in and around Goudhurst. The village is surrounded by beautiful countryside, including the stunning Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest, which offers extensive walking and cycling trails. Additionally, the picturesque Bewl Water, a short drive away, offers water sports, fishing, and leisurely walks around its expansive reservoir.
 
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