This executive style family home was built by Berkley Homes in 1998. The size and space offered is ideally for any large or growing family. The property is tucked away in a quiet corner of Harrison Drive. There is plenty of parking as well as a double garage.
The ground floor offers substantial amounts of living space. As you enter through the front door the WC and the study are both to the right. The study has been fully kitted out with purpose built spacemaker units. The hall then leads through into the main lounge, a spacious family room with double doors to the rear leading out onto the conservatory, which in turn connects directly to the kitchen breakfast room and features French doors into the garden. The kitchen breakfast room, which leads back into the hall, has fitted units with integral appliances which include gas hob and electric oven with extractor fan, large fridge freezer and dishwasher, there is also space and plumbing for further appliances.
The second reception room on the ground floor can be easily configured as either a second lounge or a formal dining area. This room benefits a second conservatory and additional French doors into the garden.
To the first floor there are four good sized bedrooms with the master and bedroom two having inbuilt wardrobes and the master enjoying an en-suite bathroom. There is also a family bathroom.
The garden wraps around the rear and side of the property extending behind the double garage. There are a mixture of mature shrubs and trees giving plenty of privacy, along with two raised patio areas and lawn making this perfect for relaxing or entertaining.
Harrietsham is a small village nestled under the North Downs some five miles east of Maidstone. It has a population a little over 2,000. The village contains a number of listed buildings including The Old House in East Street and the Saxon Church of St John the Baptist both of which are grade I listed. The village even has mention in the Domesday Book.
The village benefits excellent transport links with good access to the M20 and a village train station. It is also surrounded by country walks and cycling routes. The village is home to its own pub and Indian restaurant as well as a small co-op, village store and a range of other local businesses.
The immediate area offers a good selection of schooling, including Harrietsham Primary School in the village and Grammar schools in Maidstone.
Based on a sale price of £580,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
Last updated: The calculators have been updated following the introduction of a stamp duty holiday until 31st March 2021.
* 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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