Grade II listed commercial unit set over three storeys plus…
Little Cornwells, Goudhurst Road, Marden, Kent, TN12 9LT
An opportunity to purchase a three double bedroom detached country home situated on the semi-rural outskirts of this popular Wealden village. Benefitting from a total plot of just over an acre and backing onto open countryside. In need of modernising throughout and only a short drive or cycle ride to local amenities including a mainline railway station.
The Property: The accommodation on the ground floor comprises; Front door opens into a large entrance hall with doors to the sitting room, dining room, kitchen and cloakroom with a further door to the rear garden. There are also stairs to the first floor landing with a useful understairs storage cupboard. The kitchen has a basic range of wall, base and drawer units with a single bowl sink and drainer set into the worktop. There are doors to the dining room and into the side lobby with access to the integral garage. The side lobby has further doors to the front driveway and rear garden with a utility type area which houses the floor mounted oil fired boiler. The lobby and integral garage could be converted to another reception room subject to individual needs. The dining room has a rear aspect with a central fireplace. The sitting room enjoys a double aspect with a central fireplace and a door to the conservatory.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms all enjoying countryside views to the rear with bedroom one having a double aspect. There is a family bathroom tiled and set as a wet room with a white suite comprising; wall mounted wash hand basin, bath tub, low level WC, bidet and a separate shower with wall seat.
Outside: To the front of the property is a driveway providing ample off road parking with access to an integral single garage. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature hedging screening the road to the front. The garden then wraps around the property backing onto open countryside to the rear. The majority of the land is set to the southern side of the plot and comprises over an overgrown paddock screened to the house again by mature shrubs. The outside allows a new owner to develop the plot as formal gardens or renew the paddock subject to individual needs. The paddock will likely incorporate an uplift clause of 25% over 30 years for any new residential development. Further details can be discussed with the Paddock Wood office before viewing.
Services: Oil fired central heating with mains electricity, water supply and drainage services connected but not tested
Local authority: Maidstone Borough Council
Council tax: Band G
EPC: F (31)
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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