Older homes, this one has origins from 1874, so often occupy large plots and this property is certainly no exception to that rule. Yet in the way this house has been extended gives dramatic space both inside and out. In the home exist the perfect blend of old meets new.
Tradition feature fireplaces, with exposed brick chimney breast and wooded flooring link perfectly with the modern clean lines on the new addition. Large modern floor tiles with underfloor heating in the newly built sitting room, open through into the kitchen area with vaulted ceiling, range cooker and woodblock worktops.
From outside it isn't easily clear in what is new or the original - it has been so cleverly done - Maybe the large triple opening sliding doors are a bit of a give away. The patio on to which they open from the sitting room is a staggering 11m x 6m. Beautifully laid, with grey stone effect slabs, boarded by raised sleepers. and only a few steps down to a newly turfed garden.
The Faversham Road, on which this property proudly sits, is in part tree lined, and possibly one on the most attractive approaches in to Ashford. Local shopping is available along with both primary and secondary schooling. Read more