- 3 Receptions rooms
- Impressive kitchen
- 3 Bedrooms
- Attractive gardens
- Annexe plus double garage
Blackberry Cottage is a handsome detached Grade II listed period house with beautifully presented, atmospheric accommodation in a highly regarded setting. The property boasts a wealth of features of the period including exposed floorboards and attractive fireplaces. On the ground floor there are three reception rooms; a pretty sitting room, attractive dining room and substantial family room which opens into the conservatory at the rear and adjoins the kitchen. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a range of drawer and floor units and features solid wood work surfaces and a range style cooker. On the first floor is a most attractive landing, three bedrooms and the family bathroom. The house benefits from gas fired heating.
Externally a separate building incorporates the garage and beautifully configured annexe facility that includes sitting room/bedroom, kitchen and shower room. The annexe has double doors opening to a side area of garden that could provide an individual, private garden for the annexe alone. The main garden lies predominately to the rear of the house and includes paved seating areas and lawn with mature well-stocked beds. Vehicular access is gained to the side over a shared driveway that leads to the private drive which provides parking and access to the garage. To the front is a lawned garden with a picket fence and path leading to the front door.
The property is set in an enviable position in the popular Village of Blean. Blean has a range of local facilities including a parade of shops and a choice of pubs. The primary school is easily accessible with a further wide selection of schools, including independent and grammar schools, across Canterbury together with an impressive range of colleges and universities. Canterbury city centre is easily accessible and offers a comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities and Canterbury west station provides High Speed rail services to London St. Pancras with a journey time of approximately 55 minutes. The outlying area provides delightful walking and cycling including Blean Woods and the Crab and Winkle Way to Whitstable.