- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Reception rooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Kitchen with integral appliances
- Attractive garden
- Large gravel drive with parking for up to four cars
A quintessentially pretty Grade II listed semi-detached period cottage with a delightfully presented atmospheric accommodation in a lovely village setting. The enjoys a most impressive interior, with a combination of period features and character combined with a quality contemporary specification. Over the centuries the property has been extended to the rear and boasts attractive brickwork under a triple pitched roof. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted and includes a range of integral appliances whilst overlooking and opening to the garden. The adjoining dining room includes a most attractive staircase rising to the first floor and a pretty fireplace. To the front the sitting room which features exposed ceiling timbers, solid wood floor and a wood-burning stove set in an impressive fireplace on a tiled hearth. There is also a downstairs w.c. On the first floor is an attractive landing and three bedrooms, one with an ensuite shower room. From bedroom three a static ladder gives access to a loft room. The family bathroom is well-equipped and attractively tiled.
The property is located in the charming village of Wickhambreaux which lies to the east of Canterbury, surrounded by attractive farmland and countryside providing lovely walking and cycling. 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 two 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 accessible.
Externally, there is a large private gravel drive to the side providing parking for up to four cars. A gate gives access to the rear garden. The garden is predominately laid to lawn with paved seating area and mature beds well-stocked with a variety of ground covering plants, flowering plants, shrubbery and small trees. To the rear are raised timber vegetable beds beyond which the garden boundary borders a pretty brook (currently fenced). There is a substantial timber shed and adjacent store.