1930s house with plenty of kerb appeal
New to the market is a 1930s detached house in Cranbrook, which has more than its fair share of kerb appeal.
Four-bedroom Summerfold in Angley Road is on the market with Lambert & Foster, with a guide price of £725,000.
It has a gravel driveway, garage and south-facing back garden. Accommodation is arranged over two floors.
The kitchen/breakfast room was recently refurbished and has gloss units and a range style oven.
There is American style fridge/freezer and the tiled floor has under-floor heating.
The sitting room has a fireplace with flame effect gas fire on a raised stone hearth. Double doors lead out to a conservatory with pitched roof.
The dining room has a feature bay window and there is a study and a downstairs shower room. On the first floor are the three double bedrooms and one single bedroom.
A bathroom is fitted with a white suite including a slipper bath and there is also a separate cloakroom.
There is off-road parking for four cars at the front of the house as well as the garage, which has an electronic up-andover door.
A wooden side gate leads to the back garden, which has a patio, large lawn and a pergola with climbing plants.
A useful feature of this house is a timber studio building in the back garden.
This building has electricity and water, making an ideal space to work from home. The mainline rail station at Staplehurst is six miles away. For information ring the agent on 01580 712888