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Sold STC - London Road, Temple Ewell, Dover, CT16 - £540,000

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Period Landmark Property

Extensive, Flexible Accommodation

5 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

Formal Sitting Room

Double Aspect Dining Room

Split Level Lounge/Kitchen

Extensive Cellar Rooms

Delightful Grounds

Private Parking

A landmark village property standing in the very heart of Temple Ewell. Situated in an elevated position 'Milestone House' has been tastefully and carefully enhanced and improved by the present owners to provide an exceptional property of character and style. Believed to be one of the oldest properties in Temple Ewell the extensive, flexible accommodation offered includes on the ground floor a delightful double aspect dining room with feature period fireplace, stripped pine floorboards, double opening French doors to the front and side, together with picture rails and cornicing. There is a split level lounge/kitchen, the raised lounge measuring 12'1 x 11'1 and has a feature exposed brick chimney breast and panelling to one wall. A few steps down lead to the kitchen which measures 11'11 x 10'8 and includes a comprehensive range of units together with a range oven and double opening French doors to the front. There are two staircases which give access to the first floor. From the rear hallway there is a feature custom made staircase together with a four piece family bathroom, utility room and store room. To the first floor there is a splendid, formal sitting room which measures 17' x 14'4 with feature fireplace and double opening French doors which lead directly out to the conservatory along with a feature floor to ceiling window to the front. There are four well proportioned bedrooms, some of which have delightful views over the village to the surrounding countryside. There is a refurbished and stylish four piece family bathroom with freestanding rolltop bath, shower cubicle and quarry tiled floor. To the second floor there is a double aspect principle bedroom measuring 18'1 x 16'2. There are a number of useful cellar rooms. Offering rear vehicular access to a generous, private parking area the grounds at 'Milestone House' are a particular delight. To one side there is a level area of established gardens the central lawn measuring 65' x 41' and would be the perfect croquet lawn! Surrounded by an interesting selection of shrubs, trees and bushes designed to provide all year round interest and colour some of the specimen trees are particularly old and rare. There are numerous sitting areas dotted around the gardens from where delightful views can be enjoyed. There is an additional secluded area of garden with timber summerhouse. Temple Ewell is an historic village, surrounded by nature reserves and conservation areas. Situated in the Dour Valley the village has the parish church of St Peter and St Paul, village hall and primary school. It also has a local shop, post office and 18th Century public house.

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Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquires to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property. We have not tested any services, systems or appliances at this property. We strongly recommend that all the information we provide be verified by you on inspection, and by your Surveyor and Conveyancer.