Hazards, Ide Hill is a large bungalow that has an original 70s style interior and furniture throughout. The inside of the property was designed and created by 2 photographers in the late 60s. The house is in the middle of the idyllic Kent village of Ide Hill, only 2 miles outside the M25.
The large open plan living space includes an arch and large kitchen hatch and has many picture windows and sliding doors leading onto the 1.5 acre garden. The sitting room is pine panelled. The unusual hallway is styled on a train coach with spotlights onto pictures and leads to 2 stairs down to the bathroom and extra loo. The very large glazed porch has plants and garden chairs and looks south onto the formal garden. The house has off-road parking for 3 cars, several interesting outbuildings, including a 70s chalet/summer house (in need of some tlc).
The stunning garden is full of colourful flowers from March to November, including spectacular spring bulbs, a bluebell wood and foxgloves, evening primrose, roses, and wisteria. The formal garden descends into a paddock, woodland and a treehouse. The local pub The Cock Inn and community shop are a few minutes walk away.