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Set on the edge of this desirable village, available to the market for the first time in 71 years and located only steps away from the local primary school. This appealing family home started life as an Edwardian, three bedroom detached house which, over the last thirty years, has been thoughtfully extended and remodelled to create a practical and spacious family home that still offers even further potential.

Thoughtfully designed to create maximum light, the spacious entrance hall has a vaulted ceiling with loft window. There is a double aspect kitchen/breakfast room and a spacious lounge with open fireplace. Patio doors from the lounge lead to the mature garden. There is a delightful sitting room to the front, separate dining room and further reception room - ideal for playroom/study with a shower room and wc completing the ground floor. To the first floor is master bedroom with en-suite, three further bedrooms and family bathroom.

Outside is ample gravel driveway parking leading to double garage. In all, the grounds approach a third of an acre with front gardens beautifully screened by mature trees and hedges, fronting the grounds of Cobham Hall. The west facing established rear gardens, with a 100 year old apple tree, back onto horse paddocks.

Four bedroom Edwardian family homeDouble aspect kitchen/breakfast roomMaster bedroom with en-suiteSet in a third of an acreWest facing mature rear gardensEPC Rating E Cobham is a rural village and is steeped in history from its links to Dickens who gave readings in The Leather Bottle public house which was also depicted in Pickwick Papers to Ivo Bligh, Earl of Darnley, whose wife created the famous 'Cricket Ashes'. In total there are three public houses, a church, Cobham golf course, primary school, a village hall and its own community store. Within easy access are the City of Rochester, Gravesend, Bluewater Shopping Centre and Ebbsfleet International Station with a 17 minute link to London... Read more

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