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Archers Mead is an attractive detached house, built in 1938, set in mature grounds of just over 1.3 acres and benefiting from far reaching rural views.
Internally the living accommodation extends to 2018 square feet, and offers generous well proportioned rooms including a dual aspect sitting room with a wood burning stove, a garden room with French doors to the front, a dual aspect dining room with attractive bay window and polished floorboards and a study with a brick fireplace.
The kitchen / breakfast room overlooks the rear garden and features oak fronted wall and base units with granite worktops and a gas fired Rayburn with two hotplates and independent burners, one for the central heating and hot water and the other for cooking. A useful utility room with a butler sink and storage leads off the kitchen and provides access to the rear garden via a stable door. A downstairs WC and entrance hall complete the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor there is a galleried landing, a spacious dual aspect master bedroom, three further bedrooms, a family bathroom and a modern shower room. The loft can be accessed from the landing, offering good storage. The property has potential to extend, both to the rear and also into the loft space, subject to the necessary consents and a buyer’s own investigations.
The house is located on the historic Pilgrims Way, in a semi-rural position overlooking farmland, 1 mile from the centre of Wrotham village which has historic charm, two general stores, public houses, and a primary and secondary school. Borough Green and Sevenoaks provide further amenities, with an eclectic mix of shopping, dining and leisure facilities. Education provision also includes access to the Tonbridge and Maidstone Grammar schools.
Access to London is offered via Borough Green and Wrotham train station (2.1 miles), with services into London Victoria in under 45 minutes, as well as Ashford International terminus. Sevenoaks Station (9 miles away) also offers fast services to London from 30 minutes.
The extensive motorway network is accessible via the M26 Junction 2a and M20 Junction 2, providing access to London, as well as the International airports of Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted, and the South Coast (including the Channel Tunnel).
The house is set back from the road, and approached via a long private gravelled driveway leading up to the property and garage (17’7 x 15'0).
There are delightful, mature gardens to both the front and the rear, which are mainly laid to lawn with a variety of trees, shrubs and flowering plants. There are gates from the front to the rear gardens and a wrought iron gate beside the front door that leads to the side access for the garage and wood store.
The rear garden features a paved patio, a workshop with power and light that could equally be used for an office / playroom, a shed and stairs up to the loft room above the garage which also has power and light. To the rear of the garden is an area of woodland, enhancing the feel of privacy and seclusion of the whole garden.
Wonderful Setting on 1.3 Acre Plot
Dual Aspect Sitting Room
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