BRIDGE HOUSE BOW BRIDGE, MAIDSTONE ME18 5ED, UK
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Last Sold: DEC 2002
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AI think: £571,808
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Agents think: £1,250,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
HPI banks think: £370,963
Strutt & Parker - Sevenoaks Agent Valuation of this property is £1,250,000
Bridge House is an attractive property offering more than 3,500 sq. Ft. Of light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over two floors, currently partly subdivided to provide into two dwellings. There is also annexe apartment but easily re-configured to create a spacious family home. The ground floor accommodation flows from two welcoming entrance halls, one double height with a galleried oak staircase with feature tiled risers. It comprises a large drawing room with a contemporary wall-mounted fireplace, curved wraparound conservatory-style glazing and French doors to the garden and a spacious triple aspect sitting room with wooden flooring, contemporary wall-mounted fireplace, large picture windows and French doors to the garden. There is also a generous 21 ft. Rear aspect kitchen/breakfast room with a range of contemporary wall and base units and a second front aspect fitted kitchen with modern wall and base units opening into a well-proportioned dining room with feature exposed brick wall.
The ground floor accommodation also includes a 20 ft. Indoor jacuzzi swimming pool with paved surround and a well-proportioned bedroom with built-in storage.
A staircase rising from the sitting room leads to two well-proportioned bedrooms, one with a private railed balcony overlooking the rear garden, and a large modern family bathroom, skylights throughout flooding the area with natural light. A second staircase rises from the galleried entrance hall to a large family room with feature exposed brick fireplace with woodburning stove and patio doors to a railed balcony overlooking the river and marina, and to a generous principal bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en suite shower room.<br /><br />Set on the banks of the Wateringbury Stream which flows into the River Medway just above Bow Bridge, the historic village of Wateringbury offers a good range of day-to-day amenities including local shopping, a Post Office, public house, village hall, gp surgery, church and primary school together with a train station offering easy access to central London. The larger towns of Maidstone and Tonbridge offer a wider range of facilities including High Street and independent shopping, banking, restaurants, cafés, public houses and recreational facilities including leisure centres. The nearby M20 provides easy access to the motorway network, and Ashford International, the Port of Dover and Channel Tunnel at Folkestone offer regular services to the Continent.
The immediate area offers a good selection of state schooling, including Wateringbury C of E Primary School, The Discovery School (rated Outstanding by Ofsted) and The Malling School, together with grammar schooling in Maidstone, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells and a number of noted independent schools including The Schools at Somerhill, Kent College, Sutton Valence, Tonbridge and Hilden Grange.<br /><br />Set on the banks of the River Medway, the property is approached through the marina entrance, large electrically operated double gates set into high walling over a gravelled forecourt offering extensive parking and turning space for multiple vehicles. The garden to the side and rear aspects is laid mainly to areas of well-maintained level lawn and features a large wraparound paved terrace off the drawing room, a second paved terrace off the sitting room and a separate paved seating area, all ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the whole screened by mature hedging.