IntroductionA delightful detached family house situated on the outskirts of Wrotham village enjoying panoramic views to the front and side over fields and the North Downs.
This exceptional detached family house lies on the edge of historic Wrotham village, at the heart of an area of outstanding natural beauty. It enjoys panoramic views of the rolling hills of the Kentish Downs. The entrance porch leads to a hallway with staircase to first floor, courtesy door through to garage and door to the living room and doorway to kitchen. A copious coat rack is faced by a door into a cloakroom with wc, wash-hand basin and mirror. The living/dining room is a triple aspect room with sliding patio doors to front and rear and picture window to side enjoying far reaching views. There is an engineered oak floor and library area with fitted shelves. The kitchen was fitted by Potts of Maidstone and has granite worksurfaces with a wide range of top quality German units, incorporating two stainless steel sinks with waste disposal units, five ring gas hob with extractor hood, built in double oven, American style fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher, two larders and space for washing machine. An archway leads through to the utility/breakfast room which has one and a half bowl porcelain sink, worksurfaces with a range of cupboards and drawers, microwave oven, tiled floor and opens through to a conservatory area with sliding patio door to the garden.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and two shower rooms. Bedroom one has window to front with far reaching views and a range of fitted cupboards and drawers over bed space. A door leads through to the main bathroom, with tiled floor, a wardrobe and suite comprising large Aqualisa walk-in shower, low level wc and luxury wall mounted wash hand basin. This bathroom is also accessible from bedroom two, which is located to the rear and again has far reaching views, fitted wardrobes and archway through to study/bedroom four. Bedroom three has window to rear overlooking the garden. An additional bathroom with walk-in shower, wc, wash-hand basin, airing cupboard with immersion heater and heated towel rail completes the accommodation. There is gas-fired central heating throughout.
Externally, to the front there is a tarmac driveway providing off road parking for several cars and access to a spacious garage with cupboards and worktop and an automatic roller door. The garden to the rear is securely fenced in, has a patio running adjacent to the house and is mainly laid to lawn with flowerbeds stocked with fruit trees and flowering plants.
Wrotham village is well placed for access to the M20/M25 and M26 and the nearby town of Borough Green has mainline station with services to London Victoria. The village has its own primary school, pubs, shops and church, while Borough Green has Sainsbury’s and Co-op markets, a bakery, public library and major medical centre. TN15 7BX is reached down the A20 from West Kingsdown or east from Sevenoaks on the A25 to Borough Green. Turn off here for Wrotham, past Borough Green station then up to Wrotham village. At the entrance to the village turn left in the direction of Kemsing. Orchard View is the last house on the right side of Kemsing Road.
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