A spacious apartment forming part of Sevenoaks House, a classic Victorian building constructed as the town's Constitutional Club in 1889.
A splendid ground and lower ground level apartment within this historical building occupying a prominent central position within Sevenoaks.
Opening from the communal entrance on the ground floor into the apartment, the wide internal hallway leads through to the very spacious living room boasting high ceilings and a multitude of windows allowing for and easy flow of natural light. Benefitting from contemporary open plan living, the bright kitchen provides a range of lower cupboards and a tall double pantry cupboard offering ample storage space, an octagonal island with breakfast bar seating, and a range of modern appliances. There is also ample space for a dining suite.
From the hall is a large double bedroom, also with high ceilings, and a stylish en suite bathroom. There is also a large walk in wardrobe. Across the hall is the guest cloakroom which also doubles as a spacious utility room.
Stairs lead down to the lower ground level which then opens to a large landing. An exposed brick walled passage that ends in the generously proportion second bedroom. Located on the landing is a chic fitted bathroom with separate shower cubicle, bath tub, W.C and washstand.
Externally, the property benefits from being in the heart of Sevenoaks with its many amenities and transport links to hand. There is also secure gated parking for one car only.
Sevenoaks House is a classic Victorian building constructed as the town's Constitutional Club in 1889. In February 1950, Winston Churchill delivered an election speech to the constituents of Sevenoaks from the first floor window of one apartment.