- Full of charm & character
- Exposed beams & inglenook
- 16th century grade ii listed
- Log-burning stove & sash windows
- Two/three bedrooms
- Courtyard garden
- Deceptively spacious
- Centrally located for amenities
- Fitted cottage style kitchen with integrated appliances
Oozing with character and period features.
16th Century Grade II listed cottage in the heart of the conservation area. Deceptively spacious and quirky with its configuration.
Sit and enjoy the Inglenook fireplace which hosts a log-burning stove on a cosy winter evening and soak up the ambience complemented by the exposed ceiling beams.
Cook and dine in the contemporary styled kitchen and relax with a glass of your favorite tipple in the enclosed courtyard garden.
Amenities including shops, restaurants, pubs, railway station and supermarkets are minutes away on foot and the pebble beach can make for a nice cycle ride being approximately 2 miles away. Or Golf may be your thing, and if so why not take a look at three excellent local courses including the World Famous Royal St Georges.
In essence, if you are looking for a period characterful home to either spend weekends or as a full time residence then this well-presented dwelling could be just what you need.
Viewings are strictly by appointment only - so call us now to make your arrangement to view.
Inglenook fireplace hosting log-burning stove, exposed ceiling and wall beams, exposed floor boards, second fireplace with grate, windows to the front and rear with fitted shutters, stairs to the first floor landing and doorway to the inner hall with door to the courtyard one and door to the kitchen.
Cottage style fitted units with wood work-surface over, wall and floor tiling, 'Butler' sink unit, Induction hob and electric double oven, integrated washing machine and dish-washer, exposed ceiling beams, windows to the side and rear with door to rear courtyard 2. Spiral staircase to bedroom 3/reception and door to:
Ground Floor Shower Room:
Shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC, radiator/towel rail, wall and floor tiling and window to the rear.
Vaulted ceiling, window to the side, great for a study or guest bedroom.
First Floor Landing:
Exposed beams, stairs to the attic bedroom two and doors to bedroom 1 and bathroom.
Built-in wardrobe, fireplace recess, exposed beams and wood panelling to one wall and sash window to the front.
Window to the side , exposed beams and sloping ceiling. A quirky room with an area for desk or hobby and bed area behind a row of exposed timbers.
White suite within a spacious room comprising roll top clawfoot bath, wash hand basin, WC, radiator towel rail, exposed floor boards, low level panelling to walls and window to the rear,
Store passage, room for cycles, logs, plant pots and bistro table.
Terraced and paved courtyard with raised beds containing a variety of trees, plants and shrubs and water tap.
Dover District Council
Council Tax Band:: D