Bossingham Road, Canterbury, CT4

8 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £825,000 For Sale

A substantial seven-bedroom period Kentish farmhouse on a delightful 0.66 acre plot, located between the villages of Stelling Minnis and Bossingham, surrounded by open countryside and farmland.

The property dates back approximately 400 years and has been extended over the years to provide a spacious family home with versatile and flexible accommodation. In addition, there is a detached car port barn with a separate fully self-contained one bedroom apartment.

This spacious home offers versatile accommodation with a wealth of character, beams and many unique features. On the ground floor, there is a vestibule leading to a charming drawing room with wood-burner, large open-plan dining room/family sitting area. The country style kitchen/breakfast room overlooks the gardens, there is also a study, utility/boot room with cloakroom and a large double sized bedroom with en-suite wet room which could be adapted to suit a variety of needs.

On the first floor, there are six bedrooms, with two en-suites, as well as a family and Jack ‘n’ Jill bathroom.

Externally, there are extensive gardens surrounded by countryside with lawns, well-stocked flower borders, mature trees and shrubs, terrace, pond and hedging. There are stables, tack room and loose box plus a paddock. There is also a double car port/barn with separate self-contained apartment with lounge, kitchen, shower room, double-sized bedroom and an outside decking area.

Stelling Minnis boasts a post office/store and a public house, whilst at Bossingham there is an excellent Primary School and a further public house/restaurant. A bus service runs to the Cathedral City of Canterbury to the North and to the South, to Hythe. Both offer excellent shopping, recreational and educational facilities including mainline train services to London. A similar distance is the expanding market town of Ashford with its International Station.

Room Sizes
Drawing Room 4.65m x 4.04m (15'3 x 13'3)
Open-Plan Dining Room 4.78m x 4.04m (15'8 x 13'3)
Lounge 5.89m x 3.56m (19'4 x 11'8)
Study 3.56m x 2.24m (11'8 x 7'4)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 6.58m x 3.45m (21'7 x 11'4)
Utility/Boot Room 3.45m x 2.39m (11'4 x 7'10)
Bedroom 3.71m x 2.82m (12'2 x 9'3)
Bedroom One 5.51m x 3.76m (18'1 x 12'4)
Bedroom Two 3.71m x 3.53m (12'2 x 11'7)
Bedroom Three 3.89m x 3.51m (12'9 x 11'6)
Bedroom Four 3.68m x 3.48m (12'1 x 11'5)
Bedroom Five 4.34m x 2.79m (14'3 x 9'2)
Bedroom Six 3.58m x 2.36m (11'9 x 7'9)
Carport/Barn 5.44m x 5.21m (17'10 x 17'1)
Store 3.45m x 2.64m (11'4 x 8'8 )
Utility 2.64m x 1.22m (8'8 x 4)
Workshop 3.66m x 3.00m (12'0 x 9'10)
Lounge 4.29m x 3.00m (14'1 x 9'10)
Kitchen 2.18m x 1.93m (7'2 x 6'4)
Annex Bedroom 4.29m x 2.74m (14'1 x 9'0)
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