IntroductionA charming semi detached cottage located in the centre of the popular village of Seal set back from the road and with potential to extend, subject to the relevant permissions, with a wealth of period features and gardens.
DescriptionSet back from the road, this charming cottage has several period features and potential to extend, subject to the relevant permissions. A covered entrance porch leads through to the living room, which has stripped and polished wooden floorboards, attractive cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth and display niche and bookshelves in alcove. There is a box bay window to the front, with plantation shutters, and staircase rising to the first floor with storage cupboard beneath. A door leads through to the dining room with slate floor and wood burning stove with brick hearth and storage cupboards. The kitchen has stable door to the side and work surfaces with a range of cupboards and drawers beneath and wall mounted units above incorporating butler style sink. Space for appliances include washing machine, slimline dishwasher, fridge, freezer and cooker with stainless steel extractor hood above. There are glass fronted wall mounted display units and shelves including a herringbone plate rack. A door leads through to the inner lobby with quarry tiled floor and door to a stylishly fitted bathroom with roll top bath with claw feet and shower over with rainforest style shower head and additional hand held attachment, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, ceramic wall tiling and quarry tiled floor with underfloor heating. To the first floor, from the landing, there are two good sized bedrooms, one with an attractive cast iron feature fireplace.
Externally, to the front, the property is set back from the road with gate leading to pathway to entrance door, gravel beds and mature hedging. The rear garden forms an attractive feature of the property with patio running adjacent to the rear of the house. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn with flower beds stocked with shrubs, garden shed and raised back to the rear. Internal viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.
From Sevenoaks High Street, proceed in a northerly direction and at the traffic lights proceed straight on and bear right into Seal Hollow Road. Follow this road to the end and at the traffic lights turn right onto Seal Road. Follow the road into the village of Seal and, for viewing, we would suggest parking either on the High Street or turning right, as you leave Seal, into Park Lane. The property will be found towards the end of the High Street on the left.