Yeomans Meadows

Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 2LS

£1,395,000 Guide price Freehold (206.43sq m/2222sq ft)

Description

Yeomans Meadow is a quiet cul-de-sac just off Kippington Road, which provides excellent access to Sevenoaks mainline station and Sevenoaks Town Centre. This light and bright property is a well presented modern family home in a peaceful yet convenient location.

Location

Yeomans Meadow is situated off Kippington Road, which is an exclusive private road providing excellent access to Sevenoaks mainline station (1.1 of a mile) and Sevenoaks town centre (0.9 of a mile).

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Further Information

6a Yeomans Meadow is an attractive detached family house built in 1987, situated in established and secluded gardens in a much sought after position, just off the highly regarded private Kippington Road and now on the market for the first time since its construction. The property has been maintained to a very high standard by the current owners who have extended the house and undertaken various alterations and improvements since 1988. These include a kitchen and bedroom extension, front porch and conservatory, bay windows to the drawing and dining rooms and the replacement of all windows and radiators. The total area amounts to about 0.29 of an acre.

Points of note include: High quality double glazed sealed locking unit windows throughout with leaded light insets, painted paneled doors with chrome fitments and coving.

Reception hall with tiled flooring leads to a downstairs cloakroom, the principal reception rooms and a staircase rises to the first floor accommodation.

The principal reception rooms comprise a bright drawing room with working open fireplace with an attractive Adams-style surround and deep square bay window to the side, and a dual aspect dining room also with deep square bay window to the side.

A delightful conservatory is accessed via double doors from the drawing room which in turn leads out to the rear garden. The conservatory has a tiled flooring and ceiling blinds designed to control temperature and light.

Altogether the reception rooms provide a good suite of rooms for formal entertaining.

The kitchen/breakfast room has an attractive tiled flooring fitted under the kitchen units and which continues through to the utility room and into a useful understairs cupboard which provides additional storage. The kitchen, by John Lewis of Hungerford, is well fitted and appointed with a superb range of modern Shaker-style wall and deep base units with polished steel handles, and a matching freestanding island unit, both with ‘Kashmir White' granite work surfaces and incorporating a 1½ bowl Franke sink. Appliances include a Neff dishwasher and Neff extractor hood, and there is space for a range-style cooker. The breakfast area benefits from a glass door leading out to the rear terrace.

Adjoining the kitchen the Shaker style units continue into the utility area with a cream square artisan tiled work surface incorporating a deep butler-style ceramic sink. There is ample storage, including a cloaks cupboard and space for a washing machine and plumbing for a fridge/freezer. A door provides access to the integral double garage.

The first floor accommodation is arranged round a central landing which has a good sized airing cupboard.

A double aspect master suite enjoying garden views and benefiting from a dressing room (not fitted) and en suite bathroom comprising a Bette bath with Aqualisa power shower with booster, hand wash basin with vanity unit and W.C. complete with Miller bathroom fittings. The master suite could be converted back to provide two double bedrooms.

There are three further bedrooms, two with an attractive outlook over the gardens. Two bedrooms have television points and two rooms have BT connections, and which could be used as a study/home office.

The stylish family shower room features a Roper Rhodes hand wash basin with vanity unit, W.C and a Matki shower cubicle with Aqualisa power shower with booster and Miller bathroom fittings.

The house is approached over a tarmacadam drive which provides ample parking and leads to the integral double garage which has an electrically operated roller door, and has power and light connected. A border to the front is underplanted with spring bulbs and a variety of shrubs and a path leads round from the front of the property to one side where a gate provides access to the rear garden.

The gardens are south and west facing, being principally laid to lawn over two levels with gravel steps between them and established screening and hedging to the boundaries providing a high degree of privacy. There are well stocked flowering shrub borders including a large flowering Japanese Cherry Tree, flowering Choisya Ternata and Grandiflora Magnolia. Two paved terraces to the rear of the property are linked by attractive brick edged paved paths and there is a further terrace set away from the property. The total plot amounts to about 0.29 of an acre.

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Comprehensive Shopping: Sevenoaks (0.9 miles), Tunbridge Wells and Bluewater in Dartford.

Mainline Rail Services: Sevenoaks (1.1 of a mile) to Cannon Street/Charing Cross – 32 minutes. www.nationalrail.co.uk

Primary Schools: St Thomas' RCP, Sevenoaks CP, Lady Boswell's CEP and St John's CEP in Sevenoaks.

Grammar/State Schools: Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells and Sevenoaks.

Private Schools: Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Walthamstow Hall Schools. Sevenoaks, Solefields and New Beacon Preparatory Schools in Sevenoaks. St Michaels & Russell House Preparatory Schools in Otford. Combe Bank School for Girls in Sundridge. www.kent-pages.co.uk/education

Sporting Facilities: Golf clubs in Sevenoaks include Wildernesse and Knole with Nizels in Hildenborough which also has a private health/fitness centre. Sevenoaks sports and leisure centre. Cricket and Rugby in the Vine area of Sevenoaks.

The M25 can be accessed at the Chevening interchange which is about 2½ miles away linking to other motorway networks and Gatwick and Heathrow Airports.

Proceed out of Sevenoaks passing the mainline rail station on your left. After the railway station, take the third turning on the left into Kippington Road. Continue up Kippington Road and after passing the Church on the left, take the second right hand turn into Yeomans Meadows. Number 6a is the sixth property on the left hand side.

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  • Beautifully maintained and presented
  • Quiet yet convenient location
  • South Westerly facing mature garden with flowering shrubs and trees
  • Sevenoaks station: 1.1 miles
  • Sevenoaks town centre: 0.9 of a mile
  • About 0.3 of an Acre
Contact Property Agent
Richard Smith
Savills Sevenoaks
High Street
Sevenoaks
Kent
TN13 1JR
+44 (0) 1732 789 700