- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Reception rooms plus study area
- Impressively fitted kitchen
- Well equipped bathroom
- Garden room, upper rear garden approx. 120ft (36.55m)
- Parking, No chain
A deceptively spacious period terrace house having undergone reconfiguration and loft conversion now providing beautifully presented accommodation over three floors. On the ground floor are two reception rooms, a sitting room to the front and dining room to the rear, beyond which is an impressively fitted kitchen with solid wood worksurfaces and a range of integral appliances. There is solid wood flooring to the whole of the ground floor and useful storage cupboards, understairs and to chimney recesses. On the first floor the main bedroom is to the front commanding fine views over neighbouring farm land and countryside and featuring an attractive period fireplace. To the rear is a well-equipped bathroom and there is a study area from which the stairs rise to the second floor. On the second floor is a most attractive bedroom with part sloping ceilings, far reaching views front and rear and ensuite w.c. The house benefits from double glazed windows and gas fired heating. No chain
Externally to the front is a hard standing area with parking space for one medium car. To the rear is a long garden incorporating various areas: From the house is a concrete courtyard area with white-washed retaining walls from which steps, with adjacent rockeries, rise up to the principle garden area. There is a paved and decked seating area with timber shed and adjacent raised vegetable and rose beds. A lawn then extends to further rose beds and steps up to a raised decked seating area with substantial garden room. The garden room measures approx. 10ft 3 (3.12m) x 8ft 3 (2.51m) with power and lighting and double glazed French doors to the front. From the garden room and deck are fine views over the roof tops across farmland and countryside beyond. The principle area of the upper rear garden measures approx. 120ft (36.55m) x 15ft (4.57m).
The property is set in the heart of Nonington Village which is surrounded by attractive countryside ideal for walking and cycling. The village itself has a pub, primary school, parish church and well-regarded cricket club. There are regular bus services to Dover and Canterbury and rail services are available at Snowdown station (approximately one mile). The Cathedral City of Canterbury is easily accessible and provides a comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and educational facilities plus high speed rail services to London St. Pancras.