Sales | Bridge Street, Wye, Ashford, Kent, TN25 TN25

£625,000 - Freehold

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*Unique period property in excellent Wye village location*
*Large garden and outbuildings*
*No onward chain*

A Wealden Hall House set in the heart of this sought after village with a wealth of original features and truly stunning beams throughout the property. Dating from Circa 1500 and then clad Circa 1700, the property is timber framed with exposed beams with plaster infills, the outside has been clad with English Bond irregular red bricks to the street elevation and hipped roof and flat dormers. The side elevations have exposed frames and jetties on dragon posts with Kentish framing to the windows.
The accommodation is set over 3 floors with access from either the planked front door set within the recessed porch to the street or via the rear door giving access from the parking area behind double gates. The main reception room benefits from the original fireplace creating a real feature for this room, the formal dining room is adjacent benefitting from being dual aspect. The kitchen diner runs across the back of the property and looks out over the lovely mature gardens.
The first floor offers 3 bedrooms, with the master having en-suite facilities, and family bathroom, the second floor offers 2 further bedrooms both benefitting from some architecturally stunning beam work. There is also a cellar for additional storage.
Outside the property has excellent grounds, especially for central Wye. Double gates lead through to driveway and parking for several cars with detached double garage. The gardens are particularly well stocked with a wide variety of flowers, shrubs and trees divided into sections creating formal gardens and a vegetable garden to the rear. The garden also benefits from a summer house and large brick store.

The picturesque, popular and well served village of Wye features a good range of shops, garage, pubs and restaurants. Other local amenities include a church, primary school, library, doctor£s surgery and the Free School, which is now into its third year.
There is a bus service from the village and nearby Wye station provides regular trains to London, linking up with the Javelin High Speed train services from Ashford International, which now has a reduced journey time to St Pancras of just 38 minutes.
For wider facilities, the market town of Ashford has an extensive shopping centre, McArthur Glen Retail Outlet, a choice of schools, a sports centre and recreational opportunities. It is well placed for access onto the M20 motorway and, for cross-Channel services, the port of Dover, the Eurotunnel Terminal at Cheriton and Ashford International for Eurostar are all within easy reach.

The neighbouring property has a right of way over 123 to their property a plan is available.

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Bridge Street, Wye, Ashford, Kent,
TN25 5ED

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