Teston Corner, Teston, Maidstone ME18 5BB, UK
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Fine & Country - West Malling Agent Valuation of this property is £1,200,000
This unique and quite charming Grade II Listed residence affords extremely versatile living accommodation with an abundance of character, blissfully nestled within an attractive woodland setting on the semi-rural fringes of Teston.
Once having comprised of three separate cottages, they have long since been cleverly integrated to form the single dwelling known as The Old Cyder House. Abound with a wealth character the home exhibits beautiful inglenook fireplaces, ancient exposed beams, Kentish Ragstone walls and a combination of stone and wooden floors.
The ground floor boasts a total of five reception rooms, a generously sized kitchen with a vaulted ceiling and downstairs cloakroom. The upper floors consist of five/ six bedrooms, walk-in wardrobe, and en-suite facilities serving the master bedroom.
Beyond a five bar wooden the home stands enviably within a plot of approximately 1.7 acres, predominantly laid to lawn in a parkland style arranged, interspersed with a mature range of specimen tree, mature shrubbery and ancient woodland beyond. A wooden decked terrace to the rear of the house is ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining alike.
Outbuildings - Possible Development Opportunity
There is a large derelict two story building situated within the grounds, currently designated for B1 usage, but would, (subject to obtaining the relevant planning permission) serve to provide substantial auxiliary/ annex accommodation to the principle residence. In addition there is one attached and one detached garage.
Charming Teston is situated on the fringes of Wateringbury village, enjoying a semi-rural setting, yet having the benefits of nearby West Malling and Maidstone, offering a wide range of amenities and grammar schools. Larger accessible towns include Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge and Sevenoaks, where there are highly regarded private schools, superb restaurants, wine bars and leisure facilities. Commuter links are also excellent with the M20 and M2 motorway networks allowing easy access to Bluewater and Lakeside shopping centres and a choice of mainline railway stations are only a short distance away providing direct links to London and the coast