- A charming semi-detached Character Cottage
- Nestled at the end of a quiet country lane with spectacular views
- Detached studio/home office with enclosed garden
- Bright and spacious accommodation throughout
- Attractive gardens backing on to open countryside
- Private driveway and parking for several cars
- Village shops and amenities within half a mile
- Cranbrook School Catchment Area
A charming semi-detached character cottage nestled at the end of a quiet private lane surrounded by beautiful countryside with stunning far reaching views, comprising two double bedrooms (master with en-suite), modern bathroom, sitting room with fireplace, study, kitchen/dining room, detached studio/home office, outbuilding with utility area, attractive gardens, private parking and all within half a mile of Goudhurst village shops and amenities. EPC Rating: E.
Positioned in a peaceful and tranquil setting with fabulous countryside views, this idyllic semi-detached cottage, dating back to the late 1800s, sits neatly tucked away along a private drive which is shared with the adjacent property.
The cottage is bright and spacious and retains some endearing period features with the accommodation arranged over three floors.
There is a parking area in front of the property with a tiered pathway leading to rear garden via a brick outbuilding and side door to kitchen/dining room.
The stylish country kitchen/dining room benefits from plenty of natural light with three windows to the side, comprising a feature brick fireplace with wood burning stove, an array of base cupboards, oak worktops, sink and drainer, integrated fridge, dishwasher and cooker with ceramic hob and extractor hood over, tiled flooring with electric under floor heating and two useful under stairs storage cupboards. A further door opens to sitting room and staircase to first and second floor.
The charming sitting room has a large bay window which overlooks the rear garden and countryside beyond, and includes an ornate fireplace on a tiled hearth, wood flooring and two built in display cupboards.
The first floor accommodates a double bedroom, a study and a family bathroom.
The light and roomy double bedroom includes a decorative fireplace, built in cupboard and window to rear providing stunning far reaching views. The study (currently used for office purpose) has a large and very useful under eaves storage cupboard.
The stylish and beautifully presented family bathroom comprises a roll-top bath with shower attachment over, pedestal basin, WC, towel radiator, part tiled walls, wood flooring and window to front.
Situated on the second floor, the fabulous master bedroom, a further double with a built in cupboard, is an exceptionally light room with dual aspect windows offering breathtaking countryside views. A door opens through to en-suite with enclosed shower, hand wash basin, WC and eaves storage.
Outside, to the front is private parking for two cars and a detached studio/office with WC. There is a pathway to the side of the studio which leads to a private enclosed garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of trees and shrubs. To the far end of the garden is a gravelled area, ideal for alfresco dining.
A pathway to the side of the cottage leads to the rear garden via side access to the kitchen/dining room and a brick outbuilding/utility with wall and base units, worktops, sink and drainer, and plenty of space for household appliances.
Backing on to beautiful open countryside, the rear hedge and fence enclosed garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs.
3 White Stocks Cottages is positioned in an elevated position with beautiful rural views of the Kent countryside. Set off the Bedgebury road from Goudhurst towards the ever popular Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest.
The picturesque and sought after village of Goudhurst is nestled in the heart of the beautiful Kentish Weald in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Period high street benefits from a magnificent 12th century Norman church and a lovely collection of historic buildings, many of them in traditional Kentish weatherboard style.
The village has a charming duck pond and offers a good selection of independent shops including a Bakers, a Pharmacy, Newsagents incorporating a Post Office, Hairdressers, Doctors Surgery, Veterinary Surgery, public houses, cafes and restaurants.
Goudhurst and Kilndown primary school enjoys an excellent reputation having achieved an outstanding Ofsted report. In addition to this are a range of state and private schools nearby including Bethany School at Goudhurst, Cranbrook School and Dulwich Preparatory at Cranbrook, Saint Ronan’s and Marlborough House at Hawkhurst, Uplands Community College at Wadhurst and grammar schools for both boys and girls in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge.
For a more comprehensive range of shopping facilities the towns of Cranbrook and Royal Tunbridge Wells are within easy driving distance.
For the commuter there are mainline rail services from the nearby towns/villages of Paddock Wood, Marden and Staplehurst which offer a regular service to London. (London Bridge approx. 50-55 minutes).
The A21 provides access to the M25 motorway for Gatwick and Heathrow Airports and to the M20 to Dover, Folkestone and Ashford International.
Cranbrook School Catchment Area
Oil fired central heating
Private shared drainage system
Council Tax Band: D.