- Bedroom to the rear
- Comfortable open-plan living accommodation
- Adjoining attractively fitted kitchen
- Lovely views over the centre of the village
- Well-equipped bathroom
- Gas fired central heating & secondary glazed windows
The property is part of the impressive conversion of the former watermill in the centre of the delightful village of Wickhambreaux. The Little Stour, which powered the mill still runs past the side of the building and continues through the village out into the countryside. The flat itself is located on the first floor of the building, but being in the annex part of the structure, has no other flats above it. There is a well-kept communal entrance hall and staircases to all floors. From the first floor landing is the private door to Flat 3. There is comfortable open-plan living accommodation which includes a sitting/dining room adjoining the attractively fitted kitchen which boasts a range of wall, drawer and floor units plus a breakfast bar area. All the windows from the living accommodation have lovely views over various parts of the centre of the village. There is a well-equipped bathroom and bedroom to the rear. The property benefits from gas fired central heating via a combination boiler and secondary glazed windows.
The property is located in the quintessentially English village of Wickhambreaux which lies to the east of Canterbury, surrounded by attractive farmland and countryside providing lovely walking, cycling and riding. The village boasts a popular pub and superb primary school rated as “outstanding” by Ofsted in 2015. Canterbury City Centre is easily accessible offering a comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities, an impressive number of primary and secondary schools including three grammar schools and a selection of colleges and universities. High-Speed rail services are available from Canterbury West Station to London St. Pancras with an approximate journey time of 55mins. The M2 to London and A2 to Dover are both easily accessible.