A unique modern property, attractively designed to sympathetically blend into its surroundings, located in the Harmony Street area of the popular village of Rusthall. This family home provides generous accommodation, a secluded rear garden, off-street parking and all in an elevated position.
Denny Bottom House is an architecturally attractive family home, located within the Harmony Street Toad Rock area of Rusthall, the latter of which is an area of special scientific interest. Situated at the top of a private drive, it was built just under 20 years ago, with special attention paid to the external appearance of the property to ensure that it blended seamlessly with the period properties that are typical of the area. Accordingly it has attractive weather boarding on the elevations and detailed gables. Internally, the accommodation consists of a welcoming entrance hall, with utility cupboard and WC, a dine in kitchen and spacious reception room on the ground floor.
The combination of such a unique property, with well-balanced and immaculately presented accommodation, off-street parking and plenty of storage facilities, situated in such a lovely elevated spot, so close to all of the fabulous amenities in the area, make this house a real winner for us.
The house is well set back from the road, up a private drive and in an elevated position giving rooftop views over Rusthall. At the top of the driveway leading to the property, there is parking for one car and access to the large garage. To the front of the property, there is a large-planted border, providing natural screenage and an attractive approach. The rear garden has been terraced to create paved seating areas and a large area of lawn, all flanked by mature bushes and planting.
This property has a real uniqueness which sees it combining the easy living of a modern home, with a property that was deliberately designed as a more period Kent house, and accordingly blends so well into the surrounding area. The attractive white weather boarding, combined with the detailed gables and barge boards give it a truly Kentish feel. We love its tucked away position, meaning that whilst it sits in the heart of the captivating Denny Bottom area, it is secluded and private. The elevated setting gives far-reaching views over the rooftops of Rusthall, and also ensures an open aspect, creating a house that is filled with natural light.
Rusthall is an excellent example of a village that is very well supported by its residents and accordingly, thrives. It has excellent amenities for day to day supplies, including a general stores, pharmacist, post office, dentist and veterinary surgery, all within easy walking distance of the property. The vibrant spa town of Tunbridge Wells is just over one mile distant and has a more extensive range of restaurants, shops, a supermarket and leisure facilities. There is also a fast and frequent train service to London. There are many independent and state schooling options in the area, including those in the much sought-after Kent Grammar system. The impressive, award-winning Bluewater Shopping Centre is only 45 minutes' drive away and if you want to escape to the coast, then the lovely seaside towns can also be reached in under an hour.