44 High Street
Looking for a character property which offers spacious accommodation then this could be the house for you! An interesting former Kentish Hall House originally built around 1450, which has been extended and improved through various eras and now has a decorative double fronted Georgian facade, Victorian additions to the rear and a Kentish Peg Roof. The timber framed property retains many original features including Tudor carved door frames, many original beams and fireplaces. The house offers accommodation with its 5 double Bedrooms, imposing Sitting Room with inglenook fireplace, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, ground floor Bathroom, and first floor separate WC. There is the benefit of a gas fired central heating system via radiators, secondary double glazing to the front and double glazed, wood framed, sash windows to the side and rear. A particularly appealing feature is the 110ft rear garden with original sunken Victorian greenhouse, brick built shed and self-contained studio annex.
There is a long driveway to the side of the property with parking for several vehicles, and it might be of interest to know that the house is offered with vacant possession thus allowing a quick transaction to proceed if necessary. The house is just a few hundred yards from Milton Regis centre, being a small town of historical note with excellent local shops, public houses, bus routes and other amenities, it is also less than a mile to Sittingbourne Town Centre with its mainline railway station giving services to London and the Kent Coast. This is a centrally positioned property which oozes character, and which has, in our opinion, been realistically priced to attract a quick sale and as such, should be viewed without delay to avoid disappointment.
ENTRANCE (with approximate measurements)
Glazed double doors to:
Radiator, feature beams and Oak ceiling, original flagstone flooring, built-in storage cupboard, stairs to first floor landing, door to Utility Room, door to Sitting Room.
16’5’’ x 15’6’’ Two secondary double-glazed barrel windows to front plus a further set of central doors, feature inglenook fireplace (working), original beams to ceiling and walls, carved Oak ceiling, two radiators, television point, door to Kitchen.
Oak wood flooring, beams, plumbing for washing machine, door to Dining Room, door to Bathroom.
White suite comprising of pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet, ‘p’ shaped bath with glass shower screen and overhead shower, under-floor heating and heated towel rail, built in storage cupboard, tiled floor to ceiling.
16’0’’ x 10’0’’ Window to rear, radiator, Oak wood flooring, television point, arch to Kitchen.
17’6’’ x 11’9’’ x 6’9’’ ‘L’ shaped. Windows to side, double drainer sink unit with mixer tap and fully fitted cupboards. Gas point, Gas cooker, combination boiler, stable door to rear, under-stairs storage cupboard.
Landing, roof window, beams, paddle stairs leading to loft, Bedroom 5.
BEDROOM 1 18’2’’ x 10’6’’ Two windows to front, beams, radiator, television point.
BEDROOM 2 18’0’’ x 10’2’’ Window to front, beams, Georgian fireplace, radiator, telephone point, television point.
BEDROOM 3 14’6’’ x 9’0’’ window to rear with garden views, radiator, access to loft, television point.
BEDROOM 4 14’3’’ x 8’6’’ Window to rear with garden views, radiator, television point.
BEDROOM 5 13’6’’ x 10’0’’ Dorma window to rear, beams, radiator, television point, door leading to loft area, power and light.
Garden approximately 110ft, extensively laid to lawn with various shrubs, flowers and established trees, paved patio area with retaining wall, ornamental fish pond, flower beds, outside lighting, brick built garden shed, original sunken Victorian greenhouse, 5m x 5m self-contained studio annex, side driveway with parking for several vehicles, plus a shared rear access, possible garage space subject to planning permission.