Kent properties - Three of the best
PUBLISHED: 13:42 30 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:59 20 February 2013
Theresplenty of new build apartments in Kent, but if youre after easy living with a bit of history, then this top-floor Edwardian apartment in Tunbridge Wells could be just what youre looking for.
Set at the top of Mt Ephraim, the apartment has panoramic views stretching right across the towns centre, with a roof terrace to enjoy those lazy summer evenings from.
Inside, theres plenty of space with two large bedrooms, a dressing room, a large kitchen and dining room and, if you need it, a small bedroom that would make an ideal study.
The apartment also has a unique tower room with tall casement windows on all sides,
an original fireplace and access
to the roof terrace.
Owners will have an allocated parking space and access to a communal storage cellar
01892 519 600
How could you pass up the opportunity to own a house called The Old Bakery?
Nestled in one of Kents most desirable Wealden towns, The Old Bakery is a real jewl in Cranbrooks crown. Understood to have 17th-century origins, it is a lavishly renovated Grade II listed town house, with a wealth of period features including the original bakers oven, open fireplaces, oak latch doors, vaulted ceilings and exposed timbers.
Recently renovated to an extremely high standard, this four-bedroom two-bathroom home is now well equipped for modern living, with a home hub computer system and satellite TV.
French doors lead to a private courtyard, ideal for al-fresco entertaining, and the gardens are well stocked with mature shrubs and trees
Jackson-Stops and Staff
389,995 Rhodes Minnis
Lets face it, stairs can be a real inconvenience. Fortunately, bungalows are here to help out, and this detached, three-bedroom home in the village of Rhodes Minnis is perfect.
Set within the triangle of Canterbury, Folkestone and Ashford, its a well-connected property with a regular bus service to all the major towns.
The property itself has pretty views
of the surrounding countryside, and is approached by a five-bar gate
and a concrete driveway.
Inside, an entrance hall leads to a dual-aspect living room, and the dining room gives access to a good-sized conservatory through patio doors.
Outside, the garden is mainly laid to lawn and a newly laid patio with a wooden pergola makes it a great place to entertain guests in fine weather.
For the chef in the family, the modern kitchen should delight, incorporating a stainless steel sink, a six-ring gas hob, two ovens, grill and warming drawer, so theres no excuse not to invite your friends round for dinner.
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