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The Old Bakery House is set in the centre of the much admired village of Mersham. The house has recently been the subject of a comprehensive refurbishment programme and is beautifully appointed and styled. The refurbishment has allowed the original features to come to the fore and the juxtaposition between old and new has been done with sympathy and taste.

The main entrance to the house is through the side door, leading into the generous reception hall/dining room with flagstone flooring and a painted exposed brick wall with feature bread ovens with original cast iron doors. There is access to a cloakroom.

A door opens to the pretty sitting room running the full width of the house. Formed from the old baker’s shop, this room is flooded with light from the double windows.

The ground floor accommodation is completed by a kitchen with flagstone flooring, and fitted with a range of contemporary wall and base units, a double Belfast sink and a Rangemaster gas cooker. A door leads to the rear terrace. Adjoining is a useful utility room.

The first floor features a generous principal bedroom with modern en suite shower room. There are two further well-proportioned bedrooms, one with a feature cast iron fireplace, and a part-panelled family bathroom.

The Old Bakery House is a unique chance to acquire a home of real elegance and style.

Outside

The Old Bakery House benefits from a well-maintained rear garden which is laid mainly to level lawn bordered by a flower bed and features a paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the whole enclosed by fencing.

Situation

Mersham is a highly desirable and accessible village to the south-east of Ashford. The village has a popular primary school and Ashford itself has well-regarded schools in both state and private sectors, including The Norton Knatchbull School, Ashford School, Ashford Prep and Spring Grover. There is a good array of town centre shops. Together, Ashford and nearby Canterbury provide a complete range of recreational, cultural and shopping facilities.

Communications in the area are excellent. The nearby M20 (Junction 10a) gives good road access, and Ashford International offers High Speed rail services to London St Pancras in around 36 minutes, as well as Eurostar services to the Continent.

Directions

Leave the M20 at Junction 10a and bear left onto the A20 towards Sellindge. After about 0.5 miles turn right signposted Mersham. Follow the road into the village and The Old Bakery House will be seen on the right hand side just before the road turns sharply left

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Other features

  • Stylish and newly restored
  • Convenient village location
  • 2 Reception rooms
  • Kitchen
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Garden
  • No onward chain

Other details

  • Floorplan
  • Virtual Viewing
  • Map & Street View
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Ref: CAN210213

The Street, Mersham Ashford Kent TN25

Guide Price
£495,000

Ref: CAN210213

The Street, Mersham Ashford Kent TN25

Guide Price
£495,000