- 2 Double bedrooms
- Dual aspect sitting room
- Substantial dining/family room
- Large kitchen/breakfast room
- Rear garden with timber shed, driveway providing ample parking
- Lovely views to the rear over neighbouring farmland & countryside
A delightful end-terrace cottage in an enviable rural setting in the small hamlet of Park Gate near the village of Elham. The property offers deceptively spacious accommodation and commands lovely views to the rear over neighbouring farmland and countryside. From the entrance hall is the staircase to the first floor and access to the living rooms. To the front is a reception room which could provide a third bedroom as required with large dual aspect windows to the front and side. There is a substantial sitting/dining room which enjoys French doors overlooking and opening onto the side and to the rear is a large kitchen/breakfast room which overlooks and opens onto the garden. On the first floor are two double bedrooms, bedroom one to the rear enjoying the lovely views and having a built-in wardrobe and to the front bedroom two is dual aspect and also has a large built-in wardrobe. There is a spacious landing and a family bathroom. The property benefits from oil fired central heating and double glazed windows in timber frames.
From the road vehicular access is gained onto a large shingled driveway providing ample parking and turning. There is a front lawn with a mature cherry tree and a concrete path leads to the open porch and front door. The rear garden includes lawn with raised beds and paved seating areas. The oil tank is located within the garden and to the rear is a timber shed. The garden adjoins and overlooks farmland to the rear boundary.
The property is set in an idyllic rural position on the edge of a small hamlet and surrounded by farmland and countryside providing lovely walking, riding and cycling. The nearby thriving village of Elham has a range of local amenities including a general store, primary school, doctor's surgery, tea rooms and two public houses. The Cathedral City of Canterbury is easily accessible to the North.