An interesting place that was built for the current owner and as such, this 1960s architect-designed bungalow in Trottiscliffe, West Malling, Kent is on the market for the first time.
The integrity of the original build and structure has been maintained, with exposed stone and brick walls, original windows and some original furnishings keeping the character intact. But the owner has updated over the years, so this is no step back in time, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
There is also a substantial plot that comes with the house, with far reaching views and the option to extend too, if you need more space. But there is already plenty of accommodation on offer with the current layout.
That layout starts with an entrance hall, which open to a sitting room. Also here is a living room with beamed ceiling, feature stone wall, sliding doors to a patio area and a door to an inner hallway with walk-in larder. A fitted kitchen comes with a utility room, which leads onto the workshop with a range of storage cupboards and work surfaces, plus a door to the garage. Completing this section of the house is a dining room with floor length windows and a feature ceiling with concealed lighting.
A second hallway leads to the bedroom area, the first of those bedrooms with an en-suite and three windows overlooking the garden, two further bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a fourth bedroom that has a built-in desk and could be used as a study.
Outside space at the front includes parking for several cars, leading to garage/carport with light and power, as well as outside lighting, mature trees, hedges, flower borders, rest mainly laid to lawn. To the rear, a courtyard patio area leads to a 560ft rear garden, which also steps down to a second patio area with ornamental fish pond, brick built barbecue, water butt, outside tap, wooden shed, greenhouse and outside lighting.
So plenty for your money, that money being £600,000. Many more images on the listing.