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Five-bed bungalow, Woodchurch

05 September 2014
by Helen Geraghty

A large 1940s bungalow in seven acres is for sale, with potential to create a separate cottage in the grounds.

Oaks Farm, Woodchurch, near Ashford

Oaks Farm, Woodchurch, near Ashford

Oaks Farm, at Hornbrook Lane, Woodchurch, near Tenterden, is priced at £750,000.
At the end of a half mile private unmade lane, the bungalow has five bedrooms.
The sitting room with its central open fireplace and copper canopy hood is double aspect with French doors to garden and courtyard area.
The kitchen/dining room is fitted with base and eye-level cupboard and drawers, round edged worksurfaces, tiled splashbacks and slate tiled floor.
The agent, Lambert & Foster, considers a detached two-storey outbuilding with pitched galvanised metal roof and wooden casements could be converted to a cottage annexe if required.
In addition, there are lawns and a cultivated kitchen garden.
A pedestrian gate provides access to the lawned gardens running to all sides with established flowerbeds, fruit trees including quince, apple and plum, established roses, brick well, greenhouse and timber shed, courtyard style block paved seating area, brick pathways and herb border.
The property has three paddocks and a stable. Tenterden is five miles away.
For information ring the agent on 01580 712888.

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