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Sackville Crescent, Ashford
|Type:||House - semi-detached|
- NO CHAIN
- FABULOUS SIZE ROOMS
- GORGEOUS GARDEN
- WALK TO TOWN AND STATION
What a wonderful family home!
Situated within a short walk to both town centre and Ashford International Station we think this will appeal to most. Take a peek at our Virtual Viewing to see more.
Living Room – 4.27m x 3.35m (14′ x 11′)
Dining Room – 3.30m x 2.84m (10’10 x 9’4)
Kitchen – 4.37m x 2.79m (14’4 x 9’2)
Main Bedroom – 4.45m x 4.27m (14’7 x 14′)
Bedroom 2 – 3.35m x 2.79m (11′ x 9’2)
Bedroom 3 – 2.79m x 2.44m (9’2 x 8′)
Bathroom – 1.85m x 1.65m (6’1 x 5’5)
– This charming bay fronted three bedroom period property has the space we all dream of when searching for our next home. All the rooms are of very generous proportions.
The ground floor has a long entrance hallway, typical of this style with original features. To the left as you walk in and facing the front is a good size living room which benefits from the box bay window offering that extra bit of room and adding character for enjoyment. There is a separate dining room and a super size kitchen looking out onto the garden. This is an area with further potential for those who seek it with possibility to extend (SNTPP).
Upstairs, all of the bedrooms are generous, but the main room is magnificent offering you the luxury of choosing almost any furniture to fill your hearts desires. Seeing is believing!
Outside you have a large private garden with ample room for all the children’s toys and still room for the adults to relax without trouble. Permit parking for residents is on the street in front of the house.
All in all we think this is a fabulous family home and hope you will enjoy so take a look at our Virtual Viewing and then we would be pleased to show you round in person.
Everything is on your doorstep here as you are walking distance to the town centre with all its offerings and only an approximately 10 mins walk to Ashford International Station. This gets you into London within 40 mins. There are highly regarded local schools including Highworth, the girls Grammar and St Mary’s Church of England Primary.