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Sorry, but this property is no longer available or has been taken off the market
* CHARACTER PROPERTY * THREE BEDROOMS * LIVING ROOM * CLOAKROOM * SHOWER ROOM * UNFURNISHED * AVAILABLE FROM 16th SEPTEMBER 2022 *
EPC - C
This former Wealden Hall house believed to date back to the 15th Century was originally known as Wheeler Street Barn and has since been converted into two separate Grade II Listed homes. The Old Barn offers a wealth of character features throughout including exposed timber beams, mullion windows and open fireplace combined with modern conveniences such as ground floor cloakroom, gas central heating, double garage and off-street parking to the rear. Internal viewing of this unique home is recommended to fully appreciate its charm and potential.
The timber front door leads you to the entrance hall, with cloakroom beside and staircase to the first floor. The bright and airy "L" shaped kitchen lies ahead, under stairs storage cupboard and glazed door and window overlooking the rear. Open plan to the spacious dual aspect lounge, with windows to front and rear and door to the garden, there are exposed wall and ceiling beams and feature exposed brick chimney breast and hearth with inset wood beam and gas fired wood burner. From here a door leads you back to the entrance hall.
The split level first floor leads to the double aspect master bedroom, with beamed walls and ceilings and access to the loft space, with two doorways leading back to the landing. The generous second bedroom overlooks the front and offers a large built in wardrobe, there is also a three-piece shower room and airing cupboard off the landing.
Set back from the road, a brick path leads to the front door with lawn beside leading round to the rear south facing walled garden, with paved patio and lawn. With pedestrian gated access to the side, the double garage can be found to the rear of the property, accessed via Bramleys, with parking in front for two cars and personal door back to the garden.
Located within easy reach of the centre of the village and a five-minute walk to mainline train station with services to London and Ashford International. The village offers a mix of local independent shops, cafes and restaurants as well as Costa Coffee and Sainsbury's Local, with good transport links via trains and bus services to both Maidstone and Tenterden town centres.