An opportunity to purchase a three bedroom end of terrace…
4 The Old Palace, High Street, Brenchley, Kent, TN12 7NL
An opportunity to purchase a three bedroom mid-terrace home within a historic Grade II listed building situated in the heart of this popular Wealden village. Benefitting from an elevated southerly aspect rear garden with a summer house. Short drive to major transport links including a mainline station and offered to the market with NO FORWARD CHAIN.
The accommodation on the ground floor comprises; the front door opens into the sitting room but more commonly used is the back door into the kitchen. The sitting room enjoys a southerly front aspect and a central fireplace with a wood burner inset. There is space for a small dining table to one end and there are steps up into a central hallway. The hallway has coat and shoe storage space with a turned staircase to the first floor landing and a useful understairs storage cupboard with doors to a cloakroom and into the kitchen. The kitchen has a rear aspect overlooking the communal grounds with a small area of private lawn just outside the back door offering a place to sit and enjoy the setting. The kitchen has a range of wall, base and drawer units with integrated appliances including a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink set into the worktop with a four ring electric hob and cooker, a dishwasher, fridge and freezer. There is space for a small breakfast table subject to individual needs.
On the first floor landing are stairs to the second floor and doors to a central family bathroom and two double bedrooms with opposing front and rear aspects. The bathroom has a white suite comprising P-shaped bath with a separate shower attachment above, low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin. On the second floor is an attic bedroom with sloping ceilings and exposed beams with a pretty elevated view over the grounds to the rear.
Outside: From the high street is a communal entrance area leading to the rear of the whole building with a path to the individual properties. Outside the kitchen is a small area of private lawn providing a pleasant seating area to enjoy the setting. Opposite are steps up to a communal seating area with a path leading to some of the private residential gardens. The garden for this property is located at the top of the path on the right hand side enjoying an elevated southerly aspect. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with planting boarders and enclosed by mature hedging, fencing and a brick wall. There is a summer house, garden shed and a gate with a picket fence leading to a vegetable garden. From the vegetable garden is a five bar gate opening to a rear access only point for the communal gardener.
Tenure: Leasehold 125 years from 01.01.2006
Ground Rent: Approx. £100 per annum
Services: Electric central heating with mains water supply and drainage services connected but not tested
Local authority: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
Council tax: Band E
EPC: N/A GII Listed
Viewing: To confirm directions and book your viewing strictly by appointment only with the agents call:
Paddock Wood Office: 01892 832325.
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