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The Street, Bearsted, Maidstone
Guide Price £400,000

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  • Beautifully presented period property
  • Sought after Bearsted Village Green location
  • Glorious rear garden with oak built home office
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** Guide Price £400,000 - £425,000 ** Exquisite Georgian semi detached cottage beautifully presented featuring a stunning garden, believed to have been built at the end of the 18th Century of solid brick, with the upper elevation being tile hung beneath a mellow tiled roof with substantial dormers to the rear. The cottage has been in the families ownership for nearly 30 years and has been thoroughly enjoyed. Testament to this is the charming cottage garden which features a bespoke oak framed home office/summer house. The accommodation does not fail to deliver with many period features including a farmhouse style kitchen, lounge with inglenook set off by an oak floor. Four bedrooms with exposed timbers and a period bathroom featuring a roll top slipper bath tub! Arranged on three floors with gas central heating and sealed unit double glazing, extending to 1429'ft. Located in the centre of the village, a stones throw from the green itself, which typifies the Kentish scene with its cricket square flanked by Oast houses and period homes and a selection of gastro pubs and restaurants. The mainline railway station is within a quarter of a mile, as is the local highly regarded infant and junior school and the unique 26 acres of amenity land for all to enjoy known as The Woodlands Trust.


20' 4'' x 12' 3'' (6.19m x 3.73m)
Entrance door which is currently not used and sound proofed. Inglenook brick fireplace with bressummer beam and canopied hood, open grate fire and original bread oven to the side. Fireside storage cupboard. Built in cupboard housing service meters. Two windows to the front with a southern aspect. Two double radiators. Oak flooring. Recessed downlighters.

20' 0'' x 12' 7'' (6.09m x 3.83m)
Luxury kitchen with a range of low level cupboards and freestanding dresser and larder storage unit. Granite working surfaces with inset Villeroy & Bosch porcelain sink with mixer tap and tiled splash backs. Space for range style cooker with stainless steel splash back and chimney extractor fan over. Space for American style fridge freezer. Built in storage cupboard with shelving. Under stairs cupboard and high level eaves storage cupboard. Partly vaulted ceiling with two skylights and recessed downlighters. Upright and double radiators. Tiled flooring with underfloor electric heating. Two windows to the rear overlooking the garden. Stairs to first floor with oak pillars and plate glass balustrade. Stable door leading to garden.

White wall hung wash hand basin with mixer tap and tiled splash back. Wall hung low level W.C with concealed cistern, extractor fan, tiled flooring.


Stripped pine original doors.

11' 0'' x 9' 1'' (3.35m x 2.77m)
Fireside shelving and storage cupboard. Window to front with a southern aspect. Walk in wardrobe. Eaves storage cupboard with water cylinder. Double radiator.

11' 0'' x 7' 0'' (3.35m x 2.13m)
Window to front with southern aspect. Double radiator. Spot lights and exposed ceiling beams.

7' 10'' x 7' 7'' (2.39m x 2.31m)
Window to rear overlooking the rear garden. Solid oak flooring and oak pillar. Double radiator. Access to roof space.

Corner shower cubicle with Aqualiser thermostatically controlled power shower and tiled walls. Slipper shaped bathtub with ball and claw feet, pillared period style chrome mixer tap with hand shower. Pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C. Wood flooring. Double radiator and window to rear. Recessed downlighters.


17' 10'' x 8' 1'' (5.43m x 2.46m)
Restricted head height to the sides. Exposed beams and two skylight windows overlooking the rear garden. Low level radiator. Plate glass balustrade. Pine stripped flooring. Walk in wardrobe cupboard.

The rear garden is a particular feature and is a gardeners paradise. Measuring approximately 105' x 25', with Indian sandstone patio area with radial pattern, deep herbacious borders, mature apple tree, manicured lawns and vegetable patch. Fully fenced boundaries, outside water tap, covered side pedestrian access to the front of the property. In addition there is a wendy house, tool shed and a substantial Oak framed home office measuring 12'6 x 10'9 with internet connection, exposed beams and bracing timbers with dowel joints. Plastered walls, spotlights, oak flooring, vaulted ceiling and double casement doors with a return view of the rear elevation of the house. There is a right of way across the back of the garden for two neighbouring properties.

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The Street Bearsted
Maidstone ME14 4EP
County: Kent
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 00001773
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