A contemporary home in a mature garden, with detached annexe and far-reaching rural views

The subject of a recent programme of significant enhancement and enlargement, Meadow Lea now offers bright and airy accommodation, with contemporary styling and an open ambience - perfect for modern living.

On entering the reception hall, a bespoke, timber staircase takes centre stage with the skylight windows on the landing above allowing light to flood inside. The impressive, open-plan kitchen/dining and sitting room provides a sociable hub to the home, with ample space to dine and sit in relaxed comfort and with an external door to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with modern cabinetry, with Neff appliances, and topped with granite sourced from Brazil. The island has an integrated wine cooler fridge and creates a functional divide to the living area. There is also a utility room and study.

There are two well-appointed shower rooms and three bedrooms on the ground floor, one of which benefits from en suite facilities. On the floor above, the generous principal bedroom has the benefit of a stylish en suite bathroom and dressing area. A further bedroom enjoys a picture window with far reaching views of the undulating downland.

A large detached annexe, with separate entrance gate to the side of the main house, offers supplemental accommodation at the far end of the plot, as well as a useful office. The accommodation comprises a sitting room/kitchen, a bedroom and a shower room.

This property has 0.9 acres of land.

Outside

To the front of the house, an expanse of gravelled driveway provides parking, with hedging and architectural grasses, creating an attractive display to the borders. Curved steps lead up to the property’s entrance at the side of the home where there is a gravelled garden featuring a pleasing display of perennial plants and shrubs.

To the rear, the plot slopes gently upwards and is mainly laid to lawn interspersed with mature and specimen trees. A natural stone terrace adjoining the rear of the house is enclosed by curved retaining walls with steps rising up to a further patio area which in turn leads onto a pathway extending to the annexe dwelling. A paved terrace adjoins the annexe with low level clipped hedging marking its border. There are a variety of mature trees and fruit trees providing privacy and interest.

Situation

Bilting is situated to the northeast of Ashford, from where there is easy access to both the M20 and Ashford International station, which provides excellent communications to London and the coast, including the High Speed service to St Pancras (from 36 minutes). The area has good access to the Continent.

Ashford offers a broad range of local shopping facilities and a number of well-regarded schools in both the state and private sector, at all levels. Wye village has a regular farmers' market and village shops, while the cathedral city of Canterbury offers a wider array of shopping, education and leisure opportunities.

Directions

From the M20 (Junction 9): Exit and join the A251/Trinity Road. On reaching the T-junction, turn left and continue to follow the A251. Turn right at the sign-post for Wye and continue to the T-junction with the A28. Turn left to join Canterbury Road. The property will be found after a short distance on the left-hand side.

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Other features

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Huge open plan kitchen/living/dining room
  • Just under an acre
  • A large 1 bed annexe
  • Superb far-reaching views

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Ref: CAN220252

Canterbury Road Bilting Kent TN25

Guide Price
£1,150,000

Ref: CAN220252

Canterbury Road Bilting Kent TN25

Guide Price
£1,150,000