GUIDE PRICE £475,000 - £500,000
The property comprises a large living room, a kitchen/diner, a utility room, a downstairs WC, four bedrooms, a shower room, and a separate bathroom. Additionally, the property comes with a lovely garden with a wooden-built gazebo, a tandem garage fitted out for use as a workshop including a deep pit for working underneath vehicles, a large driveway which can accommodate multiple cars, and very nice sized garden shed. The current owners have installed nine solar panels which provide a fantastic subsidy to the electrcity cost, and store up lots of energy into the battery during the day which the house can run off during the night.
Inside the property is nicely presented in neutral décor. Downstairs, the entrance hall is flooded with light courtesy of the picture window that has been installed in the wall between the hallway and the kitchen. It is a magnificent feature that really helps open the house up into a brighter and more sociable living space. The kitchen/diner is a fantastic place for all the family to get together whilst the food is being prepared. The floor is tiled, and the kitchen has quality fixtures and fittings, and a breakfast bar. Off the dining area is a small utility with a door out to the side of the property, and to the rear of the dining area are patio doors out to the garden. To the front of the property is a large and bright lounge with carpets and a fireplace. Off the main entrance hall is a downstairs WC, and under the stairs is a storage cupboard.
Upstairs, bedrooms one and two are both good sized doubles, and the master comes with some elegant and solid built-in mirrored wardrobes. Bedroom three also comes with built-in storage and benefits from views across the garden. The fourth bedroom is still a nice size single but can also be used as a home study. A crucial advantage to this property for the busy modern family is the separate shower room and bathroom. Both have a toilet and sink, and the bathroom comes with a P-Shaped bathtub with shower as well.
Outside your garden is a real gem. It has been beautifully maintained by the current owners, with a generous lawn area and a couple of flower beds. In one corner is a fabulous wooden-built gazebo that has been masterfully crafted, has its own lights, and provides some shelter and a place for sitting, eating, and drinking whilst you admire your lovely garden. There are a couple of statues which have spotlights, and a water feature. The tandem garage is to the opposite side of the garden and has side access, and there is a gate which leads you from the garden to the front of the garage and the driveway. The garage has power, an electric door, and a deep pit for working on vehicles. Down the driveway are lights along the fenceposts, and there is ample parking on the drive to the front of the property as well as down the side. The shed to the left side of the property is a really good size, and has power.
Externally the property has the added bonus of newly fitted solar panels making the home energy efficient, keeping the energy costs very low and allowing the owners to sell back any of the energy not used.
Coxheath is a popular village bordering Maidstone and at the very top of the south downs. The village has its own doctors, church, parade of shops and local takeaway. There are plenty of rural picturesque walks all around leading down through the downs into the weald. Heading the other direction will lead you into the historic village of Loose or down to East Farleigh. Either direction is serviced by good Kentish pubs ideal for a Sunday walk. Give Knight Edmonds a call to arrange your viewing!
Based on a sale price of £475,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
Last updated: The calculators have been updated following the end of the stamp duty holiday on 30th June 2021. Until the end of September 2021, it represents a staggered return to previous rates.
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.
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