Town and City


Guide Price £400,000 - £425,000

A wonderful family home situated in the village of Bean and with the added benefit of views out over woodland. With plenty of parking to cater to most families' needs, this is an exciting property on the market. Call Town and City Homes today and avoid any disappointment.


This three-bedroom home ticks a lot of boxes. The outlook to the front of the house is over woodland, which is one of the reasons many buyers choose to live in a village as opposed to a town (the feeling of more space around you and views).
The driveway can easily fit four or more vehicles which is rare for a house of this size and is a huge benefit. We all seem to have more vehicles per household now but not the parking to cater for it. This should solve that problem easily. There is even a really useful carport which also protects you from the rain when you return home.

Once inside you will be pleased to see the generous size of kitchen with plenty of space and worktop area for those who enjoy cooking.

The Lounge is open plan to the dining area as is traditional for this style of home and also has a lovely conservatory/ garden room to add additional space but still allow plenty of light in.

Upstairs there are three good size bedrooms and the family bathroom. If you are looking for a large family home in a semi-rural location to get away from the hustle and bustle but still have easy access to major conveniences then this ticks those boxes and we recommend you view. Call Town and City Homes today and avoid any disappointment.

Bean village has lots to offer with local amenities such as a Post Office/Convenience Store and Pub on the High Street offering a fabulous Sunday roast. The local school is popular among families and is walking distance away. Nearby is Beacon Wood Country Park which is a great spot for walks. Residents enjoy easy access to Bluewater, Ebbsfleet International, and the A2/M25. We believe this home is ideal for those looking to avoid town living and prefer something with a more rural feel, yet still near major amenities.