- A substantial period four bedroom semi-detached house
- Benefiting from planning consent for a one bedroom apartment
- Off road parking for two cars
- Attractive rear garden
- Walking distance to village amenities
- Cranbrook School Catchment Area
An exclusive opportunity has arisen to purchase this substantial period four bedroom semi-detached house offering character throughout, benefiting from planning consent to convert the lower ground floor into a one bedroom apartment. The accommodation is arranged over four floors with off road parking for two cars and an attractive private rear garden all within walking distance to the village amenities.
Warwick House is accessed to the front by a paved path and steps leading to the front door which opens to the entrance hall, a door off to the right opens to a staircase leading to the lower ground floor, this was formerly a shop, with a former shop-front but now has planning consent for a one bedroom apartment.
This expansive floor space has enormous potential to be utilised in many ways, such as a gymnasium, play room, office or annex and comprises two large bay windows either side of a part glazed front door, a wood panelled opening previously a dividing wall, a small window above to the side, a cupboard under the stairs with utility meter. Heating and plumbing connections accessible.
Door off from ground floor entrance hall to a delightful dining room with wooden floor, a large impressive wood burner with stylish tile and wood feature surround, window to side.
Leading from dining room to utility room with wall and base units, work surface, sink/drainer, space for washing machine and upright fridge/freezer, wooden floor and spot lighting in ceiling, window to the side, a separate door to WC and pedestal basin with small heated towel rack.
From the dining room opening to the kitchen, with tiled floor, base and wall units with wooden worktops, space for dishwasher and upright fridge/freezer, cooker with extractor hood above, 1 ½ sink with drainer either side, windows to rear and side, spot lighting in ceiling.
French doors lead through to the light and spacious breakfast room with patterned stone floor, exposed brickwork, windows to front and rear with French doors opening to the private rear garden.
Door off entrance hall to delightful character sitting room accommodating a magnificent cast fireplace with decorative tile surround and two large windows to the front.
Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the first floor landing comprising the master bedroom with exposed brickwork and deep inbuilt cupboards, fireplace and windows to the front and side.
Bedroom two has inbuilt cupboard housing water tank, decorative cast fireplace and window to rear. Bedroom three again has a decorative cast fireplace matching that of bedroom two with window to the rear.
Door off landing to bathroom comprising free standing bath, pedestal basin, shower cubicle with shower over, part tiled walls, wooden floor, window to the rear and spot lighting in the ceiling. A separate WC with quaint decorative glass window to the front and spot lighting in the ceiling.
Stairs from the first floor landing lead to the second floor attic bedroom which is of good size with plenty of under eaves storage, a decorative fireplace, skylight and window to the side.
Outside the front of the property offers off street parking for two cars and to the rear a private enclosed garden of good size mainly laid to lawn with mature borders and shrubs, greenhouse, a wooden playhouse and a paved terrace patio area.
Warwick House is positioned on the Cranbrook side of Hawkhurst which falls within the much sought after Cranbrook School Catchment Area.
All village amenities are within easy walking distance, including Waitrose/Tesco supermarkets, a butchers, bakers, bakery, hairdressers, dry cleaners, chemist, dentist and doctors surgery.
Hawkhurst also benefits from a Kino digital cinema, restaurants, golf, tennis and squash clubs, pubic houses, hotel, vets as well as a range of other independent stores.
Within two miles of Hawkhurst the ever popular Bedgebury Pinetum and Bewl Water Reservoir which offers sailing and other outdoor pursuits.
The nearby town of Royal Tunbridge Wells provides fabulous shopping and beautiful Regency style paved Pantiles area, theatres and various other leisure facilities. This town also has very high achieving grammar schools.
Cranbrook and Tenterden all offer additional facilities.
Council Tax Band: D
All mains services connected