Sandwich

3 bedroom character property

£465,000

Luckboat Cottage
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Entrance Doorway
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Dining Room
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Living Room
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Kitchen
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Courtyard Garden
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Dining Room through to Living Room
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Study
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Staircase
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Landing
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Bedroom
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Bedroom
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Bedroom
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Luckboat Cottage
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Bedroom
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Bathroom
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Stairwell to Attic
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Attic Room
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Kingpost
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EE Rating
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EI Rating
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Key Features

  • Stunning historic home
  • 3 bedrooms & 3 reception rooms
  • Exposed beams & fireplaces
  • Immaculately presented throughout
  • No onward chain
  • Conveniently situated for amenities
  • Sunny aspect walled garden with rear access
  • Full of character & charm with a bohemian influence

Full Description

'Luckboat' cottage is a listed historic house of Kent and believed to date from the 15th Century.

It has a gentle charm and character with its ancient beams and inglenook fireplaces. Colour and pattern enhance all the rooms giving a bohemian influence to the interior styling and decor.

This lovely example is immaculately presented throughout and offers accommodation over three floors.
On entry walk into an elegant dining room with exposed beamed ceiling and a bow window with folding shutters, living room which over-looks the garden and features an inglenook fireplace and then doors to the kitchen and study which would be a great place to sit back, relax and read your favourite book.

The first floor landing gives access to two bedrooms which both feature curved brick fireplaces and the bathroom which hosts a white suite of panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and WC.
The attic room benefits from a large en-suite shower room with pedestal wash hand basin and WC. This room features the 'King Post' which is a rarity and sign of the historical age of the property.

The walled and enclosed rear garden benefits from a sunny aspect and is relatively maintenance free courtesy of 'herringbone' paved courtyard. There is an added advantage of an outside privy and a rear access leading to Galliard Street to store cycles and bins.

The current owner has taken great pride in restoring the character within the property using attention to detail to highlight the beautiful features. If you wish to view this delightful dwelling please phone Regal Estates on 01304 611227.
Entrance:

Door to:

Dining Room:

Bow window with shutters, cupboard, exposed wall and ceiling beams, panelling, radiator, and opening to :

Living Room:

'Inglenook' fireplace, exposed floorboards, exposed brickwork and panelling to the walls, radiator, stairs to the first floor landing, door to the study and door to the kitchen.

Kitchen:

Vaulted ceiling, 'Butler' sink, washing machine, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, radiator, gas cooker point, sash window to the side, and door to the garden.

Study:

Vaulted roof, book shelves, radiator, floor tiling, and door to the garden.

First Floor Landing:

Exposed floor boards and beams, radiator, stairs to the attic bedroom, and doors to:

Bedroom 1:

Walk-in wardrobe, fireplace, exposed beams and flooring, radiator, and single glazed sash window to the front.

Bedroom 2:

Walk-in wardrobe, fireplace, exposed beams and flooring, radiator, and single glazed sash window to the rear.

Bathroom:

White suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, exposed beams and panelling, radiator/towel rail, and single glazed window to the rear.

Attic Room:

Exposed beams and flooring, radiator, and single glazed sash window to the front., and door to:

Ensuite:

White suite comprising, shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, wall and floor tiling, exposed brickwork, 'King' post, and radiator.

Rear Garden:

The rear garden is walled and block paved in 'herringbone' pattern, there is a gate to the rear leading to 'Galliard street', also there is an outside privy and shed.

Council Tax Band: C

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