Eynsford Kent DA4 Alton Cottages, High Street
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- D Council Band
Features at a glance
- Located in the heart of the idyllic village of Eynsford
- Direct trains to London
- Low maintenance garden
- Charming cottage
- Eynsford is being added onto the contactless rail network
A charming two-bedroom cottage in the popular village of Eynsford
This two-bedroom end-of-terrace cottage features traditional styling including original cast-iron fireplaces with tiled surrounds, while there are also modern kitchen and utility fittings.
The reception rooms include a sitting room to the front, which has a bay window welcoming plenty of natural light, while further back there is a formal dining room with space for a dining table for family meals. The dining room adjoins the well-equipped galley kitchen, which has an integrated double oven, gas hob and extractor hood, as well as space for the other necessary appliances.
Upstairs there is one double bedroom and a dressing room, which could be used as a second bedroom if required. The first floor also has a family bathroom with an over-bath shower.
At the front of the cottage there is a walled garden with a pathway leading to the entrance. The low maintenance rear garden is paved, with wall and fence borders and space for a variety of pot plants. At the end of the rear garden there is a single garage, which can be accessed via Mill Lane.
The charming village of Eysnford lies in a peaceful rural setting, surrounded by the countryside of the Kent Downs. The village is known for its medieval castle ruins, while it also provides several everyday amenities, including pubs, a village hall, a local shop and a primary school. Eynsford also has a station, providing services towards London Bridge, changing at Swanley (31 minutes). Sevenoaks is just a short drive away, with its comprehensive range of educational, recreational and shopping facilities. Both the M25 and M20 are less than three miles away, providing easy access to Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted and City Airports, Bluewater Shopping Centre, the Channel Tunnel and the Dartford river crossing. Within a short distance, there are a good selection of highly regarded state and private schools. Knole Park, with approximately 1,000 acres of parkland is close by and is one of the last remaining medieval deer parks.
M25 (Jct 3) 2.2 miles, Sevenoaks town centre 7.4 miles, Sevenoaks mainline station 8.4 miles
From Sevenoaks, take the A225/High Street and continue north into Otford. At the roundabout in Otford, take the second exit onto the A225/Station Road and continue for a further four and a half miles, into Eynsford. You will find the property on the left-hand side, on the corner of the High Street and Mill Lane.Read more
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