This charming two-bedroom home is an attractive mews style property. The ground floor offers an abundance of space including a utility room on the left as you first enter and a WC. The kitchen/dining room spans the length of the house with windows to the front and patio doors to the rear that flood the room with light. The breakfast bar breaks the room giving a choice of dining here or at the family dining table. The lounge overlooks the garden borrowing its light and colour to add to the already spacious room.
The first floor consists of two double bedrooms, both featuring vaulted ceilings adding an additional feeling of space. Both rooms are spacious doubles and share a large family size bathroom nestled in the middle.
The properties are located in Boughton Monchelsea approximately five miles south of Maidstone. This area provided the source of 'Ragstone', a beautiful building material frequently used in Kent and most notably in the construction of many of London's historic buildings. The original elements of The Mulberry Tree development are constructed from ragstone, most likely quarried just up the road. This area is renowned for its beauty and is an ideal base for countryside walks. Despite its rural setting, local amenities are close at hand in the nearby village and the comprehensive facilities of Maidstone are only a short car ride away. Maidstone features a range of high street stores and independent specialist shops, as well as a wide selection of bars and restaurants complimented further by those in the rural areas. Although The Mulberry Tree has now called time, there is no shortage of interesting historic pubs in the area. Two of the pubs, the Cock Inn and the Bull Inn, first started pouring pints in the 16th and 17th centuries.
A choice of train stations plus very easy access to the motorway network would enable owners to enjoy a comfortable commute to the capital or the continent.
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Based on a sale price of £335,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
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