- 4 Bedrooms, master bedroom with balcony to the front
- Farmhouse style kitchen with adjacent open-plan dining room
- Large reception room featuring wood-burning stove
- Far-reaching views over neighbouring farmland & countryside
- Delightful rear garden
- Driveway providing parking for 4 cars & garage/workshop
A deceptively spacious semi-detached family home in an enviable rural setting in the small hamlet of Nash. The accommodation features a large farmhouse-style kitchen which is impressively fitted and has an adjacent open-plan dining room. There is a large reception room featuring a wood-burning stove and French doors overlooking and opening onto the garden. The upper level can provide a dining area and is currently utilised as a children’s play area. There is also a useful utility room to the rear with w.c. On the first floor, the master bedroom enjoys a balcony to the front and walk-in wardrobe. There are three further bedrooms and an attractively fitted family bathroom. To the rear and side, the property enjoys far-reaching views over the neighbouring farmland and countryside. The house benefits from double-glazed windows and oil-fired central heating.
Externally, there is a driveway to the front providing parking for four cars and a timber-framed garage/workshop with double timber doors to the front and a partitioned area to the rear providing office space. From the drive, steps rise up to an open porch leading to the front door. To the side, a pathway gives access to a pedestrian gate that leads to the rear garden. There is a delightful rear garden that is well-maintained, principally laid to lawn with paved areas. There are mature, well-stocked beds and borders with a variety of ground covering plants, flowering plants, roses, shrubbery and small trees. There are two garden sheds and a chicken-wire enclosure ideal for either fruit growing or poultry.
The property is located in the rural hamlet of Nash, surrounded by lovely farmland and countryside and providing delightful walks, cycling and riding. The nearby villages of Ash, Wingham and Preston are easily accessible, providing a comprehensive range of local amenities. The Medieval Cinque Port of Sandwich provides a further range of facilities, while the Cathedral City of Canterbury offers a comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and educational facilities. Canterbury West station provides a High-Speed rail link to London St. Pancras with an estimated journey time of approx. 55 mins.