An Art Deco property in Kent is completely unmodernised but has a great deal of charm and offers enormous potential for someone willing to remodel it inside
High Willows is a striking locally listed Art Deco property in Kent, originally built in the 1930s with latter additions. The house is un-modernised allowing the buyer the freedom to restore and develop the space (subject to planning permission), to create a family home suited to their bespoke design and specifications.
The centerpiece of the reception hall is the staircase and its galleried landing, while the open-plan study and drawing room both have French windows; the drawing room features an open fireplace and has doors to the dining room. The family room is excellent for relaxing, and the large kitchen/breakfast room is also a great family space. The adjoining rear hallway provides access to the games room, the integral garage, and the rear patio.
Upstairs the master bedroom suite comprises a versatile reception room with built-in sliding wardrobes. The double aspect room includes fitted wardrobes, a terrace and an en-suite bathroom providing both a fitted bath and shower. There are two further bedrooms, one of with a balcony, and a family bathroom to the first floor. The second floor offers two more bedrooms and a bathroom, perfect for teenagers or guests.
Outside the gardens are attractive: there is a substantial front lawn, which is well groomed with central planted beds. Mature trees and herbaceous beds run to the perimeter of the front.The rear garden is landscaped and comprises a patio ideal for outdoor entertaining, and an adjoining lawn with a pond. The grounds come to around 0.7 acres.
High Willows is located in Farnborough Park in Kent, and close to Locksbottom village, which provides local shopping facilities. Orpington is just under two miles for trains to central London.
The guide price is £1.595m. For further information please contact Savills on 01689 869 600 or visit the property on their website.
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