IntroductionPerfectly located for those needing to commute, this beautifully presented two-bedroom second floor apartment is in the sought-after Redwood Place development just a short walk from Sevenoaks station, with the added benefit of off-street parking in a private car park.
The apartment is located to the rear of the development and has communal entrance door with video security entry phone system and staircase rising to the second floor.
The private entrance door leads to the entrance hall which has two generous storage cupboards and doors to the principal rooms. There are two good size bedrooms and a bathroom with suite comprising paneled bath with glass shower screen and shower over, low level WC and wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splash back.
The ‘L' shaped living room is bright and spacious with double doors to rear with Juliette balcony and additional window and open through to the kitchen which has roll top work surfaces with a range of cupboards and drawers beneath and wall mounted units above incorporating a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with drainer. There is a built-in oven with ceramic hob and extractor hood above with a spacious fridge freezer and integrated washing machine included.
The apartment forms part of the highly sought after and contemporarily styled Redwood Place development, set within landscaped, communal gardens. There is an allocated parking space in the private car park with extra visitors spaces and a secure bike store for your weekend adventures.
Sevenoaks mainline station is within a short walk with fast and frequent services to London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross. London Bridge is also connected to the Jubilee and Northern tube lines for quick and direct access to the rest of London.
Sevenoaks is a vibrant town with tradition at its heart. Its leafy lanes and cobbled streets are lined with fine Kentish architecture, cosy pubs and a growing café and restaurant scene. It’s independent shops such as Sevenoaks Books are now mixed with high end brands such as Space NK, Jigsaw, Sweaty Betty and Whistles. The newest additions are at the nearby Chart Farm where the family run shop provides locally sourced meat and vegetables and is now host to a growing list of local producers such as artisan roasters Corben Coffee and the EcoPantry plastic-free refill store.
The surrounding area
There can’t be many towns where you can walk straight off the high street to find yourself in a 1,000-acre medieval deer park with access to one of the greatest houses in England. Knole House is within easy access of the property and high street with its own café overlooking an arch made famous as the location for The Beatles’ video for Penny Lane.
Sevenoaks is the gateway to the beautiful High Weald of Kent (AONB) and this pristine landscape of rolling hills and medieval woodland is within easy reach of the property. The combination of this quick access and easy commute means that your midweek jog could look very different from now on.
Junction 5 of the M25 is 1.5 miles away and provides easy access to Gatwick and Heathrow, the Eurostar via Ebbsfleet International and Europe via the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone, as well as the south coast via the newly extended A21.
Lease and Maintenance Charges: We understand from our vendor that there is the balance of a 125 year lease created in December 2014. TBC.
Maintenance Charges: Approximately £100 per month. TBC.