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• Village location on the outskirts of the town centre
• Triple barn style car port and driveway with parking for several cars
• 0.9 miles from Wateringbury train station
• 2.7 miles from Oakwood Park Grammar School
Beautiful grade II listed period property on a private road. The property is set over four floors with 8 spacious double bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. You enter the house into the grand entrance hall with staircases down to the cellar and up to the first floor. The cellar has been converted and could be used as a bedroom, play room or office. Both the dining room and living room have working inglenook fireplaces with wood burning stoves. The kitchen has a range of wall and floor units with two integrated fridges, space for range master cooker and access to the utility room which has space and plumbing for freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer and door to the outside courtyard. There is also a downstairs cloakroom. On the first floor there are five double bedrooms, three of which have ensuite shower rooms, two which share a Jack & Jill bathroom and a further family bathroom with separate shower cubicle and bath. On the second floor is the large master bedroom with steps up to the ensuite. There are a further two double bedrooms both with ensuites. The property has gas central heating throughout and the lead light windows have recently been refurbished. Previously the property has been run as a successful bed and breakfast.
The property is on a private road and is approached via a gravel driveway to a five bar gate opening to a large courtyard with parking area for several cars and triple bay barn style car port. There is a large workshop with working light and power and a recently renovated outbuilding known as the Bothy, this could be used for further accommodation subject to planning permission. There is a good size garden to the front of the house with mature trees and shrubs.
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Maidstone Borough Council 01622 602000. Kent County Council - 0845 247 247
Gas central heating, mains water and drainage and electricity
This property is Freehold and is offered for sale with vacant possession upon completion.
Teston is a village in the Maidstone District of Kent. It is located on the A26 road out of Maidstone, four miles from the town centre. There is a narrow stone bridge over the River Medway. The village church is dedicated to St Peter and St Paul. There is a village green, shop/Post Office, Village Hall and a Farm Shop. Teston Bridge is mediaeval, but was widened for river traffic in 1749. The lock was originally constructed in the 1740s, when 14 locks were built to make the river navigable from Maidstone to Tonbridge to allow export of iron products from the Weald. At Teston Bridge there is a country park on a 12 hectare meadow, with public day ticket fishing. There is a continuous footpath along the bank of the Medway and at this point is included in the Maidstone Millennium River Park, and the Medway Valley Walk. There are primary schools in the nearby villages of Wateringbury and Barming.
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