Guide Price £765,000
Moorhouse Cottage, Moorhouse Road, Westerham, Kent, TN16
An enchanting semi-detached period cottage circa 1903, situated in a tranquil setting adjoining National Trust Land to the front whilst enjoying open views of woodland and field to the rear.
This stylishly presented extended property has been upgraded throughout with flair and originality, seamlessly blending contemporary design with country living.
The living accommodation is laid out over three floors, the Master Bedroom suite on the second floor has a walk in dressing room with access to extensive loft space, a built in wardrobe and an eye catching en suite shower room, there are three further double bedrooms, all with bespoke fitted wardrobes and all with storage space. The family bathroom, also on the first floor is spacious and well designed.
On the ground floor, the reception hall has engineered oak flooring, a downstairs cloak room deep walk in cloaks cupboard and stairs rising to the first floor. The cool and elegant sitting room is open plan to the pitched roof conservatory with lovely views over the garden and surrounding countryside. A rather unique wood burning stove, which is believed to date back to the original cottage completes the exceptional design of this room.
The spacious kitchen is fitted with bespoke units in pale ivory and comprises base and drawer units with black granite work tops running above, inset 1.1\2 sink, and integrated induction hob and hood. Other appliances include, oven and grill, fridge and freezer.
The dining room, which is open plan to the kitchen has a square bay to the rear with double doors opening onto the rear patio.
The property is approached via a shared drive which runs down to the front of No 15 and the adjoining neighbour. There is an attractive pitched roof timber and brick porch above the property and a low wall to the front bank well planted with spring bulbs.
There is off road parking and a double garage on the top side level and ample off road parking to the side of the house. The gardens to the side are arranged as vegetable plots with an espalier trellis of fruit trees. On the lower terrace the secluded level lawn is edged by established flowering shrubs.
The sheltered sun terrace is at the immediate rear. This lovely secluded with an extremely versatile layout is a special feature of the cottage
Location The small historic town of Westerham is situated on the A25 between the larger towns of Oxted and Sevenoaks. This quaint, picturesque Village has a good choice of local shops, restaurants and public houses together with a church, library, primary school and parish council offices. The infamous Chartwell, now owned by the National Trust, was the home of Sir Winston Churchill for over 40 years. A memorial to the man himself can be found on the Green in the centre of the Village, overlooked by the Church, pubs, cafe's and cottages, adding to the charm of this delightful village. Oxted and Sevenoaks are about 4 and 7 miles away respectively, both have a wider range of shops and main line stations to central London. Sporting facilities in the area include golf at Westerham, Tatsfield and Limpsfield. M25 access at either junction 5 or 6.
Directions From the centre of Westerham on the green, head west on Vicarage Hill/A25 Fullers hill, continue for approximately 1.2 miles and turn left into Moorhouse Road.
Transport Information Hurst Green Railway Station: 2 miles
Oxted Railway Station: 2.3 miles
Edenbridge Railway Station: 3.6 miles
The distances calculated are as the crow flies. For information regarding travel please visit: https://www.doogal.co.uk/MeasureDistances.php
Local Schools Primary Schools
Churchill CofE: 1.14 miles
Limpsfield CofE: 1.29 miles
Crockham Hill CofE: 1.8 miles
Oxted School: 2.17 miles
Charles Darwin School: 3.78 miles
Knole Academy: 6.11 miles
Hazelwood School: 1.89 miles
Radnor House: 3.51 miles
Woldingham School: 4.47 miles
Limpsfield Grange School: 1.68 miles
Valence School: 1.92 miles
Moor House School & College: 2.46 miles
Information sourced from www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/school-search
Please check with the local authority as to catchment areas and intake criteria.
Golf Clubs Limpsfield Golf Club: 1.1miles
Parkwood Golf Club: 1.8 miles
Westerham Golf Club: 1.9 miles
Useful Information We recognise that buying a property is a big commitment and therefore recommend that you visit the local authority website www.tandridge.gov.uk and the following websites for more helpful information about the property and local area before proceeding.
Some information in these details is taken from third party sources. Should any of the information be critical in your decision making, then please contact Fine & Country Sevenoaks for verification.
Tenure The vendor advises us that this property is Freehold. Should you proceed with the purchase of the property your solicitor must verify these details.
Council Tax We are informed this property is in council tax band F you should verify this with Tandridge Borough Council on 01883 722000.
Appliances / Services The mention of any appliances and/or services within these sales particulars does not imply that they are in full efficient working order.
Measurements All measurements are approximate and therefore may be subject to a small margin of error.
Opening Hours Monday to Saturday 9.00 am – 6.00pm
Viewing Via Fine & Country Sevenoaks.
- Period Semi Detached Cottage
- Two Receptions
- Conservatory with fuel burner
- Four Bedrooms
- Views over farmland
- Master bedroom en suite
- Delightful gardens
- EPC C