About the property

On a quiet lane, in secluded mature plot this superb Grade II listed detached cottage is filled with an abundance of authentic character including beamed ceilings and walls and inglenook fireplace. Dating we understand from 17th Century and originally two cottages the property began life as home to the thatcher in the village, Thomas Goodwin, where the property derives its name. There is double aspect lounge with inglenook fireplace, separate dining room and reception hallway which leads to the two ground floor bedrooms and shower room/wc. The dining room leads to double aspect kitchen/breakfast room which opens onto well stocked mature gardens. With a utility room and gardener's toilet competes the ground floor. To the first floor is study/dressing room leading to master bedroom with en-suite.

Outside the property sits in well established mature gardens with screening hedges, there is driveway with parking for several cars leading to detached garage and thatched bothey.

Outside the property sits in well established mature gardens with screening hedges, there is driveway with parking for several cars leading to detached garage with thatched bothey.

Hartley lies in the northern side of the North Downs between Sevenoaks, and Dartford/Gravesend. The thriving village offering local shops and two excellent primary schools, there are several local public houses in close proximity in Hartley & the surrounding villages and Hartley Country Club offering a variety of sporting activities. The village of Longfield offering further shopping facilities and mainline railway station with services to London Victoria. Road links from the area give access to A2/M2, A20/M20, M25 and Dartford Tunnel as well as the Bluewater Shopping Complex and Ebbsfleet International station providing a 20 minute link to London St Pancras. LOCATIONHartley lies in the... Read more

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