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Weavering Street, Weavering, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 5JJ

Offers In Region of £700,000Freehold

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Key Information

Tenure:Freehold
Council tax band:E
Broadband:up to 9000Mbps
Mobile signal:*Based on indoor data coverage
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Key Features

Former 15th Century Medieval Manor House
Grade II * Listed
Quiet Residential Road
Wealth of Character Throughout
Stunning Fitted Kitchen
Luxurious Four Piece Bathroom Suite
Bedrooms with En-Suite Cloakrooms
Feature Mezzanine Landing with Further Potential (STPP)
Secluded Gardens with Two Exceptional Outbuildings
Garage and Off Road Parking

Description

Located in this quiet residential road is this rarely available Grade II* listed 15th Century home. Formerly owned by the Vinters Company from 1557 to the early 1900's, this former Medieval Manor House has since been converted into two residential dwellings and offers a wealth of character throughout. With secluded gardens, the property also benefits from two unique outbuildings, offering flexible additional accommodation as well as garage and driveway to the rear.

Located in this quiet residential road is this rarely available Grade II* listed 15th Century home. which was formerly owned by the Vinters Company from 1557 to the early 1900's. This former Medieval Manor House has since been converted into two homes, of which No. 2 offers a wealth of character, combined with modern practicality throughout. With bespoke fitted kitchen and luxuriously appointed four piece bathroom suite, the property also benefits from two bedrooms with en-suite cloakrooms, ground floor 3rd bedroom or study and exceptional living /dining room with Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and feature reading nook beside.

The entrance hall with slate flagstone flooring and staircase to the first floor leads to the beautiful four piece bathroom suite, which features a shower with glass block wall and blue tiled walls. With the third bedroom/study to the front, the kitchen beside offers a bespoke range of units with wood work surfaces, slate flagstone flooring which in turn leads to the exceptional living/dining room, the lounge area, with flagstone floor, featuring an Inglenook fireplace with bressumer beam above and wood burning stove and a feature reading nook beside. Open to the dining area, with timber flooring, there is a further feature brick fireplace with bressumer beam above and doorway from here to the rear garden. Upstairs, the first floor offers two double bedrooms, both with ensuite cloakrooms, one with wood panelling and stone fireplace with integral moulded candle brackets and the other with half-vaulted and beamed ceiling, a substantial brick fireplace and spiral staircase leading to the mezzanine landing above with feature Crown Beam. Here, the property offers further potential, (STPP), with a small doorway leading to an enclosed room beyond, with original beams and fitted skylight.

Outside, there is a small cottage garden to the rear, with mature hedge screen and flower beds and gated access to the private shared drive, leading to the single garage with timber door and off road parking in front. The larger private garden to the front offers a large paved terrace, with lawned area beyond and mature hedge screen surround and leads to two unique garden buildings. The timber "pod", with broadband, power and light is ideal for someone wanting a home office or gym, with the beautifully restored Railway Carriage, dating back to the 1800's, with curved timber ceiling, guest cloakroom, sink and plumbing for a washing machine, making this a versatile space to use as a utility area, for entertaining in the Summer or an ideal outdoor sleeping area for those extra weekend guests.

Weavering Street is a popular road in Grove Green, within easy reach of Tesco Supermarket, Doctors Surgery, popular pubs and a well regarded Primary School and is only a short drive to the County Town of Maidstone with its wide range of shopping, leisure and transport facilities.

MATERIAL INFORMATION

Freehold
Council Tax Band (E)
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Mortgage

Estimated Monthly Mortgage Payment:
£3,683 /mo.25 Years, 5% Interest
Loan
£630,000
Total Repay
£1,104,875

Stamp Duty

You’ll have to pay the stamp duty of:
£22,500
0% up to £250,000
5% between £250,000 and £925,000
Your effective stamp duty rate is 3.21%

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