Guide Price: £700,000-£725,000 Beautiful detached three bedroom barn situated on the outskirts of the desirable village of Cowden. Set in mature gardens with views over your own pond. The property is just under 20 years old, with a smart modern country feel. It has a good sized living space, maintaining many original barn features.
Wealth of character
Three bedroom property
Views over private pond
Short distance from Cowden mainline railway
This beautiful and sympathetically finished barn has been built within the last 20 years and has three bedrooms, bathroom, a large open plan living room, kitchen and dining area with views over the natural pond.
The open plan kitchen, dining and living area have a bright, light feel with wood floors. A centrally positioned wood burning stove gives warmth during the winter months, and for those hot summer days doors open onto the large decking area. It’s all set under a pitched oak frame ceiling giving this modern barn a feeling of heritage and style. The kitchen offers a wealth of countertop space as well as plenty of base and wall cupboard space.
The double-glazed doors from the living space lead onto an extensive east facing decked area
ideal for entertaining, taking in the spectacular view of the pond and garden, and sun throughout the day.
The property has ample parking, whilst not detracting from the mature garden surroundings.
Cowden station is a 10 minute walk to reach London Bridge in 45 minutes.
The property is a real gem, set in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Services: Mains Water & Electricity.
Local Authority: Sevenoaks District Council
Council Tax: Band F
Located in the catchment area for Chiddingstone Primary School, with an outstanding Ofsted report.
Hever is a village located on the River Eden, with a mainline rail station, two pubs and a primary school. Hever Castle was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, second wife of King Henry VIII. Recreational amenities in the area include a leisure centre with swimming pool, golf courses and a number of local National Trust properties.
Two miles to the west lies the small market town of Edenbridge, with its medieval high street housing a selection of shops, banks, pubs, hospital and restaurants.
Edenbridge benefits from two mainline train stations offering services to London in about 40 minutes.
The M25 can be easily accessed at either junction 6 (Godstone) or junction 5 (Sevenoaks). Gatwick airport is about 18 miles and the Channel Tunnel about 65 miles allowing easy access to the Continent.