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Ashborne Close, Kennington, Ashford, TN24


3 beds

Key features

  • Modern finishes
  • Large Garden
  • Garage and Driveway
  • No Chain
  • Guide Price
  • Separate kitchen/diner
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GUIDE PRICE BETWEEN £325,000 - £350,000.

Currently serving as an impressive rental property, this three bedroom home in Kennington would meet most families requirements.

Set at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, living here would give you a fantastic blend of space and convenience throughout. Downstairs you enter through the front porch to a generous lounge with space to the rear for dining or further living space, this leads out to a dining/utility area and the modern kitchen overlooks the garden.

Stairs from the lounge bring you to the first floor landing which in turn guides you to two double bedroom and a further single bedroom that could also make an incredible office. The family bathroom is the last room on this level.

I mentioned the garden earlier, this is seriously impressive! A large patio wraps the rear of the house and a couple of steps bring you onto a lawn perfectly sized for kids or animals to enjoy. The large plot also enjoys lots of privacy. Finally the driveway also homes the garage which benefits light and power.


There are numerous schools in the area, including the Towers School, Kennington CE Academy, and an infant's school, Downs View Infants School. Since the county still operates a grammar school system, those who pass the Kent Test (which replaced the 11+) are given the opportunity to attend the grammar school in Ashford, the Norton Knatchbull School or Highworth Grammar school. Kennington has six eating and drinking establishments, "The Old Mill" (formerly The Golden Ball), "The Conningbrook Hotel" (formerly The Pilgrims Rest), "The Rose Inn", "The Pheasant" and the newly opened "Stubbs restaurant" (formerly The Croft Hotel). The "Kennington Carvery" is a new business to the area, opening on Wednesday's, Sunday's & Bank holiday Monday's for an eat as much as you like Carvery. Kennington also offers a range of shopping facilities and entertainment including Sainsbury's, John Lewis and the Eureka leisure park. The property is within a short drive to the international station with high-speed service to London St Pancras in 37 minutes and the M20 motorway giving easy access to surrounding towns and cities.
Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax Band: C
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