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Former coach house with 4-bedrooms, Ashford

30 June 2014
by KentOnline reporter
This impressive period property in three-quarters of an acre was formerly a coach house built in around 1850.
The Coach House, Kennington, Ashford

The Coach House, Kennington, Ashford

It has been substantially enlarged, providing a high specification four-bedroom family home but has retained its original charm and character.
Set back from the road, it is hidden from view behind a gated entrance, on the northern outskirts of Ashford. The Coach House has far reaching views to the Wye Downs.
The accommodation incorporates an entrance hall with cloakroom, leading to a large kitchen/diner. This opens to a conservatory with bi-folding doors creating an entertaining space. There is a formal dining room, living room with wood burning stove and red brick flooring throughout the ground floor.
The first floor has a master suite with balcony. A second double bedroom has an en-suite and there are two three double bedrooms, with family bathroom. There is a large landing with study area.

The agent considers the layout of the house would be easily divided to create an annexe.
A long sweeping gravel drive passes the front of the property and leads to a detached brick garage/workshop with stairs to a first floor. To the front and back there are lawned gardens and many mature trees and shrubs.
The M20, Ashford International railway station, Dover and Canterbury are all a short drive away.
The Coach House, Willesborough Road, Kennington, Ashford
Price: £745,000
Agent: Hobbs Parker
Ring the agent on 01233 506222

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