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This spacious 4 bedroom semi-detached home with off-street parking in the characterful village of Temple Ewell will appeal to anybody interested in an elegant, Edwardian period home.
Many of the character features associated with a house of this era are present. The 24ft main reception room on the ground floor has a beautiful fireplace, high ceilings and a fabulous bay window that floods the space with light. The substantial conservatory to the rear overlooks the gardens but also comes with ceiling blinds to keep the room cool in the hot weather. The kitchen/dining room sit to the front of the property but also provide access to a separate utility area.
Upstairs, the master bedroom also has a bay window offering elevated views across the Alkham Valley. There are 3 other bedrooms that provide ample space for a growing family and there is also plenty of storage. The family bathroom, with shower-over-bath, hand basin and WC can also be found on this floor.
There is a real surprise in the attic space; although it hasn't formally been converted into a room, there is a large space that is crying out for formal conversion. It is fully boarded and the current family use it as a children's play area, although it could equally become a work space or hideaway.
The main selling point for this property is, however, the garden. South-facing and considerately segmented, it is a beautifully peaceful spot for relaxing or entertaining in the summer months, when the sun is shining and the children can play in the pool.
As a location, the nearby villages of River and Temple Ewell will more than adequately meet the needs of most. They are is well served by buses, have one outstanding and one good (OFSTED) primary school, 4 family-friendly pubs, several shops, 2 churches and a wide variety of local interest groups, such as the Dour Dramatic Players or the River Gardeners. There are a wealth of transport options for commuters, with the A2/M2 and A20/M20 a few minutes away and the HS1 rail link to St. Pancras available from Dover. For the culturally minded, the historic seaside town of Dover and medieval cathedral city of Canterbury, with their castles, theatres and museums, are within easy reach and for sports enthusiasts there are many opportunities for walking, cycling, gliding, sea-fishing and the like.
The property comes with the usual extras, such as gas-fired central heating and white PVC double glazing and viewing is by appointment only so please call Geering & Colyer who would be very happy to show you around.
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