- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Reception rooms plus study
- Kitchen plus separate utility room
- Wealth of charm & character including impressive fireplaces
- Rear garden approx. 120ft (36.55m)
- Driveway, detached double garage & an attached double garage
A delightful Grade II listed detached period house in an enviable village location believed to date from the 15th Century. The property enjoys a wealth of charm and character including extensive exposed timberwork and impressive fireplaces. On the ground floor is a large sitting room with an inglenook fireplace and staircase rising to the first floor. A separate family room has a dual aspect including French doors overlooking and opening onto the garden and a further door gives access to the attached double garage which has doors to the drive providing vehicular access. There is an adjoining study with a fitted desk unit and a range of fitted shelving. The dining room has an attractive exposed-brick fireplace and solid wood parquet flooring. The kitchen is attractively and comprehensively fitted with a range of wall, drawer and floor units including solid timber work surfaces, a matching island unit and a comprehensive range of integral appliances. The kitchen overlooks and opens onto the garden and the adjoining utility room has further work surface space and a cupboard housing the oil fired boiler serving central heating and hot water. There is also an attractively fitted shower room. On the first floor is an impressive master bedroom suite with an attractive bedroom, walk-in dressing room and beautifully equipped ensuite bathroom including a glazed walk-in shower. There are three further bedrooms with a separate staircase to the far end of the property.
The rear garden measures approx. 120ft (36.55m) x 35ft (10.66m) and includes a paved seating area onto lawn with an inset period well and well-stocked mature borders. A gate gives pedestrian access to the side and to the far end a pedestrian gate access the driveway.
From the road vehicular access is gained through double five-bar gates onto a tarmac driveway providing parking, turning and access to the garages. There is one double garage attached to the house and a separate detached double garage. It is thought the garages may provide the potential for conversion or development as ancillary or annexe accommodation (subject to all necessary consents). To the front is a garden predominately laid to grass with a brick-paved path accessing the front door.
The property enjoys a lovely setting in the attractive and highly regarded village of Bossingham. The village is located to the south of Canterbury surrounded by farmland and countryside offering lovely walking and cycling. There is a bus stop located close to the property which provides a direct bus route to the local schools. Canterbury is easily accessible and has an impressive range of shopping and leisure facilities and a wide range of schools, colleges and universities. Canterbury West station offers High-Speed rail services to London St. Pancras with a journey time of approx. 55 minutes.