Ash Road, Hartley

  • Offers In Excess Of £1,250,000
Ash Road, Hartley


Ash Road, Hartley

Located in the sought after village of Hartley and occupying a substantial plot measuring approximately two acres, is this versatile, four bedroom, detached chalet-style home. Comprising over 2250sqft of living accommodation plus established gardens, detached garage, games room, outside bar & BBQ area, paddock, stables and tack-room.

With an incredibly spacious frontage, the property offers a gated driveway with a large, red-brick wall providing shielding and privacy from the road. There is ample off-street parking plus a lawned front garden with mature trees and a water feature. Double gates to the side of the house lead to yet further parking options, and the detached garage with roller door, accessible from the garden. The frontage retains potential for an “in and out” driveway, subject to the necessary permissions.

Downstairs, the home features a bright and airy entrance hall and lobby with high ceilings which leads to a sweeping stair-case, to the right. To the left, there is a bay-fronted, formal dining room, large enough to accommodate a 10/12-seater dining table, and with feature fireplace.

Double doors from the hallway lead to a formal lounge/sitting room, with spotlights, sliding doors and views to the garden, and another feature fireplace. There is a separate, open-plan kitchen-dining arrangement, a great space to entertain and with breakfast island, integrated dishwasher, and space for free-standing fridge-freezer. At one end of the kitchen, there is a utility area with counter-top and space for washing machine and tumble. From this room, there are two sets of doors to the rear garden.

A study, which could be utilised as a smaller fifth bedroom or guest room, plus a fully-tiled downstairs shower room, complete the accommodation on this floor.

Upstairs comprises four double bedrooms. The master bedroom spans an impressive 22.2 x 13.9 ft and features built-in storage/wardrobes, plus a large en-suite bathroom, with fitted corner bath, separate shower cubicle, wash-hand basin and WC.

Bedroom two is another en-suite, which again boasts fitted wardrobes and overlooks the rear garden. Bedrooms three and four are at the front of the home and are again, of generous proportion. A family bathroom, again with separate corner bath, shower cubicle with body jets, WC, sink and heated towel rail, offers a fourth wash/toilet facility, making this property a great option for larger families, or perhaps even those that are multi-generational.

Further benefits to the house itself include gas central heating, double glazing throughout, and a brick built boiler room to the side.

Externally, the established grounds are largely laid-to-lawn and are exceptionally well maintained. During the Spring, the mature trees are in bloom and you’ll find plenty of daffodils. The games room, featuring full-sized snooker table and connecting to the outside bar, is a fantastic space to host or party, and even offers potential to be converted to a studio or annexe (subject to the necessary permissions).

The separate detached garage offers roller door, light & power. There is space for a vehicle, motorcycles, or it could even be used as a workshop or home-office, with pitched roof/loft for storage.

The garden benefits from a Westerly orientation and thus benefits from lots of sunlight, particularly in the afternoons and evenings, whilst privacy and seclusion are offered in abundance. To the bottom of the plot is the paddock, with additional 2x stables and tack-room, perfect for those with horses.

It could be said that the plot offers a wealth of potential for further development, though again this would remain subject to the necessary permissions.

It should be noted mains drainage is provided on the Ash Road itself and so connection could be made with relative ease. There is a septic tank in the garden, though this hasn’t needed to be serviced or emptied by the existing owners, in close to twenty years.

The home is within walking distance to parades of shops at both Cherry Trees and Church Road, and is also within easy reach of Longfield Village, where you’ll find a Waitrose supermarket and the closest train station, offering regular, direct services to London Victoria, Bromley South and the Kent Coast. The nearby parades in Hartley offer convenience stores to include a Co-Op, a Costcutter, an off-licence and the village Post Office, whilst the village Country Club is also a popular option.

Ebbsfleet International station provides access to Stratford International and St Pancras International in 11 and 21 minutes, respectively – with this station approximately 7 miles and just over 15 minutes by car. Bluewater Shopping Centre is also just a few junctions along the A2, for those who enjoy their retail therapy.

A number of reputable primary schools are within easy reach, to include Our Lady of Hartley and Hartley Primary Academy, as well as Steep Hill private school, in Fawkham. The nearby bus stops also provide school bus services to Dartford and Gravesend Grammar schools, whilst Sevenoaks is an alternative option for those who don’t mind a slightly longer school drop off / pick up!

For those who enjoy walking or for those with pets, there are some beautiful country walks amongst Hartley Woods, with immediate access just along the road.

A truly unique option in the Garden of England.

Enquire now to book your viewing slot.

Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax Band: G

Property Documents

  • Address Ash Road, Hartley, Longfield, Kent
  • City Longfield
  • State/county Kent
  • Zip/Postal Code DA3 8HA
  • Area Hartley


Updated on June 19, 2024 at 12:42 am
  • Property ID: HZrps_dta-FWK240051
  • Price: Offers In Excess Of £1,250,000
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Property Type: House, House - Detached
  • Property Status: Under Offer

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Property ID: HZrps_dta-FWK240051
  • House, House - Detached
  • Property Type
  • 4
  • Bedrooms
  • 4
  • Bathrooms

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