A highly attractive 7 bedroom period property, that could easily be separated into a main house and annexe, in the charming village of Ightham near Sevenoaks.
Four bedroom period property
Three bedroom annexe
Ightham near Sevenoaks
Farmhouse style kitchen
Plenty of period character
Corners is a charming period property with the three double bedrooms and a single bedroom in the main house and a further three-bedroom annexe, situated in the heart of the pretty village of Ightham near Sevenoaks. The property boasts plenty of period character, including exposed timbers throughout, and is well presented, offering a comfortable, welcoming living space. Its location is convenient for enjoying the beautiful Kent countryside, while also being within easy reach of London, via Sevenoaks and its fast commuter links.
On the ground floor of the main house there is a dining room to the front, which runs through into a cosy sitting room, with its impressive brick inglenook fireplace. The farmhouse style kitchen, breakfast room and utility / laundry to the rear, has a more contemporary feel, with attractive white units and solid block wood worktops, along with a range cooker, plus French doors opening to the rear and a skylight welcoming plenty of natural light.
Upstairs there are seven bedrooms, including the master, which benefits from an en suite shower room and a single bedroom. There is also a family bathroom with a shower and rolltop bath. Three of these bedrooms could be separated to become part of an annexe.
In addition, there is lapsed planning permission to further integrate the properties at the first floor level and install a bath / shower in the attic of the main house.
The property opens to the front onto The Street, in the centre of the village, while there is vehicular access to the rear, providing offstreet parking and access to the property’s garage. The gardens to the rear of the house offer paved terracing, with an array of colourful potted plants, with an area of lawn, bordered and enclosed by fencing, hedgerow and mature trees, for a sense of privacy and seclusion.