Attractive detached property with established gardens, situated in the centre of this sought after village.
Hiccup House is a charming detached family home, centrally situated in the sought after village of Ide Hill, with its pub, community shop, primary school and church. The property is immaculately presented throughout and provides versatile and well-proportioned living space arranged over two floors, ideal for both family living and formal entertaining. Salient points include a stylish kitchen, modern bathroom suites, bow windows, recessed lighting and an attractive established garden. Also of note is the popular village location and ample off road parking.
The spacious sitting room has bow windows with a view to the rear and a wood burning stove, and connects to the kitchen/dining room.
The impressive, double aspect kitchen/dining room is a superb space and adjoins the sitting room, ideal for modern family living. The kitchen benefits from a comprehensive range of wall and base units with some integral appliances. Bi-fold doors open to the rear garden and an adjoining utility room provides further storage, space for appliances and a door to outside.
Completing the ground floor is a well-appointed study with an outlook to the front and a cloakroom.
Arranged over the first floor are four bedrooms, all with attractive views over either the village green or the rear garden and the principal bedroom benefits from built-in storage and is served by a stylish en suite shower room.
A well-appointed family bathroom completes the accommodation.
To the front, there is a generous gravelled driveway and detached double garage equipped with power and lighting, with potential to be utilised as a home office STPP.
The part walled rear garden is a real feature and provides a wonderful backdrop to the property, and is predominantly laid to lawn with a generous paved terrace, ideal for al fresco entertaining. In total, the plot amounts to about 0.16 of an acre.
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I love the positioning of the house, overlooking the green to the front and park to the rear!James Stacey-Clear