We are delighted to present this impressive detached and unlisted Victorian residence situated in the very heart of this picturesque village, enjoying far reaching views over the Weald. Queens Cottage is set on a private lane within the conservation area of Sutton Valence, dating from 1879. The property has many individual architectural features, set against ragstone and mellowed brick elevations. The tile hung first floor, housing timber casement windows, set under a gabled slate roof. This picturesque and well-presented country home has the benefit of gas fired central heating, part double glazing, a wealth of exposed beams, wooden flooring, open fires and period traditional cast iron radiators throughout many rooms. The spacious and adaptable accommodation also benefits from high ceilings and well proportioned rooms.
Sutton Valence offers a range of local services which include post office stores, village garage, hairdressers, farm shop, public houses and parish church. The area provides accessible Grammar and Secondary schools, including a village primary school and the renowned Sutton Valence co-educational public school, which is only a couple of moments walk away. The nearby larger village of Headcorn offers a comprehensive range of amenities including mainline station, only 7 minutes away, offering regular services to Cannon Street, London Bridge and Charing Cross. The M20 gives easy access to Dover and Ashford International and also to the M25 to Gatwick and Heathrow Airports.
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