Situated at the end of a leafy cul-de-sac close to the heart of the well-served village of Hartley is this attractive four-bedroom detached family home that has been both enlarged and beautifully refurbished by the current owners. Read more
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Situated at the end of a leafy cul-de-sac close to the heart of the well-served village of Hartley is this attractive four-bedroom detached family home that has been both enlarged and beautifully refurbished by the current owners. “The house is lovely, but it was the location that was the biggest selling point when we came across it eight years ago,” says the owner. “It’s nicely tucked away right at the very end of this really quiet cul-de-sac, and there’s a vast swathe of woodland to one aspect of the property and a thick border of mature trees on the other three sides so it’s completely hidden from view and the outlook is leafy and green in every single direction. In both the house and garden you get the feeling of being miles from anywhere, and yet we’re just a short walk from local shops with a larger selection of major supermarkets, butchers, bakers and a vast array of smaller local shops together with restaurants, pubs and clubs a short 5 minute drive away.
Location Hartley lies in the northern side of the North Downs between Sevenoaks and Dartford/Gravesend. The thriving village offers local shops, post office and two outstanding primary schools. Hartley Country Club is set in 10 acres of glorious Kent countryside and offers a unique combination of sporting and social attractions. The village of Longfield offers comprehensive shopping facilities, including Waitrose, doctors surgery, a local bakery and butchers to name a few and a mainline railway station with services to London Victoria. Ebbsfleet international provides fast services to St Pancras and is within 5.5 miles. The Bluewater shopping centre with its varied range of shops and recreational facilities is approximately 5 miles from Hartley village.
Directions From Fine & Country North West Kent proceed up Ash Road taking the first right into Old Downs. The property is the last house along the tree lined cul-de-sac behind a gated entrance.
Seller Insight I believe the house was built at some point in the 1950s and it was in great condition when we moved here, but I could see that it still had lots of potential and so we’ve made a number of changes that have enhanced it no end. We added a large extension, which increased the size of the master bedroom, adding a large en-suite and walk-in wardrobe and also gave us a lovely big open-plan kitchen/diner, and we converted the old kitchen into a large utility. It’s now much more spacious, and we had the whole house completely redecorated just last year so it’s in excellent condition throughout.
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Council Tax We are informed this property is in council tax band G, you should verify this with Sevenoaks Borough Council.
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