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Timbercroft is a deceptively spacious four bedroom detached home on a residential road in Cudham. The generous living space is incredibly versatile for different stages of family life, and includes the potential to create an integral annexe if this was desired. The accommodation extends to 2,248 square feet including the garage.
The front door opens into a welcoming hallway with downstairs WC and storage cupboards, which leads to the kitchen and family room on the left side, and the sitting, dining room and office on the right. The bright family room can be accessed from the hallway or the kitchen and has a square bay window, tiled floor and feature beamed ceiling as does much of the house. An attractive door with stained glass opens into the kitchen breakfast room, which whilst now in need of some updating has range oven and feature brick fireplace, matching base and eye level units and ample space for a dining table. The seating area overlooks the mature rear garden and a door leads out to the patio. A useful utility room is off the kitchen, with doors to the garden on one side and the integral garage on the other.
The remaining ground floor accommodation comprises a generous sitting room with an attractive exposed brick open fireplace and double doors to the garden, a dining room with feature fireplace and doors to the garden on one side and access to an office on the other. Stairs lead up from the sitting room to the first floor where there are four bedrooms, a family bathroom with separate shower and an airing cupboard. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and views to the garden, the generous second bedroom enjoys a dual aspect with views to the fields beyond. The two remaining bedrooms have bay windows, with one benefitting from a useful dressing area.
The property is located towards the end of Hazelwood Road, a private road off Cudham Lane North. This is a convenient location which offers the benefits of a semi-rural position yet is also conveniently placed for access to the M25 at Junction 4, and transport to London. Orpington station is 3.5 miles away and offers journey times to London Bridge from 17 minutes and Chelsfield 2.3 miles from the house is also in Zone 6.
Pretty Cudham village, which has a pretty church, village pub, recreation and children’s playground is a mile away, with further amenities available at Green Street Green (1.5 miles away) including a Waitrose. More comprehensive shopping facilities and transport links can be found at Orpington (3.5 miles), Bromley (6.5 miles) and Sevenoaks (8.5 miles).
Timbercroft benefits from an in-and-out driveway, with parking for several vehicles and access to the garage. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area outside the house, and paving with a trellis border on the left hand side leading up to a shed and two feature ponds. A variety of mature trees and shrubs provide interest. In addition there is useful access at the side between the front and rear of the house.
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