1930s house with plenty of kerb ap­peal

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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

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