IntroductionA deceptively spacious end of terrace house conveniently located for local shops, mainline station and town centre offering flexible accommodation arranged over four floors.
DescriptionThis deceptively spacious end of terrace townhouse is conveniently located in the ‘village’ area of Sevenoaks and offers flexible accommodation arranged over four floors. The entrance door leads into the dining room which has feature fireplace with cast iron surround and staircase rising to first floor. A door opens through to the kitchen which has wooden work surfaces with a range of cupboards and drawers beneath and wall mounted units above with under unit lighting incorporating one and a half bowl porcelain sink, space for range style cooker with stainless steel extractor hood above, integrated dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, freezer and wine fridge. There is an island unit with breakfast bar and marble top and double glazed stable door to rear which leads out to a balcony and useful store. A door leads to stairs leading down to the lower ground floor where there is the family room which has tiled floor and living room with step up to a storage area with wall mounted boiler and double doors out to the garden. Off the living room there is a cloakroom with low level wc and wall mounted wash hand basin.
To the first floor, off the landing, there is a staircase leading to the second floor and doors to the master bedroom which is to the front with attractive feature fireplace. The second bedroom is to the rear with far reaching views and the family bathroom which has suite comprising free standing roll top bath with clawed feet and mixer tap, separate shower cubicle with rainforest style shower head, low level wc and wash hand basin with vanity cupboard beneath.
To the second floor there is the third bedroom which currently has two Velux windows to rear, a window to side and attractive feature fireplace and there is planning permission for a dormer window to the rear which would increase the head height.(Planning Ref. No: 18/00612/HOUSE)
Externally, to the rear there is a courtyard garden which is decked and right of way across the back. To the front there is parking for one car immediately outside house.
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The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).