Nestled amongst the countryside with a stream running along its grounds is Honeysuckle Cottage, a delightful three bedroom detached period home. The property boasts two reception rooms plus a kitchen/breakfast room and bathroom to the ground floor with three bedrooms to the first floor.

There are many attractive and appealing features including attractive fireplaces, a wood burner in the lounge, stripped doors and some beamed ceilings.

Externally, the grounds extend to over an acre, which are mainly laid to lawn but with a host of established flower, plant and shrub beds and mature trees dotted throughout. There is a patio area ideal for entertaining and a vegetable garden with raised beds. To the front of the property there is off street parking for two vehicles and a detached garage.

‘Honeysuckle Cottage’ is found just off a country lane in a delightful rural setting, yet only just over a mile and a half from the village of Ash, where you will find a variety of shops, post office, public houses and the village primary school. The town of Sandwich is approximately 3 miles away offering a wider variety of shops, bars, restaurants and schools, including Sir Roger Manwood Grammar School. Sandwich is also home to Royal St. Georges Golf Course. Sandwich also has a railway station. The Cathedral City of Canterbury is approximately 12 miles away offering a variety of leisure, shopping, dining, educational and cultural facilities, as well as a high-speed rail service to London.

*Note* Planning permission has been granted for the erection of a first floor extension (existing garage to be demolished) via Dover District Council Ref 14/00380. This permission lapses on 17/04/2018.

Room Sizes
Lounge 5.79m x 3.20m (19'0 x 10'6)
Dining Room 3.78m x 3.05m (12'5 x 10'0)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 3.53m x 3.02m (11'7 x 9'11)
Bedroom One 4.04m x 3.18m (13'3 x 10'5)
Bedroom Two 3.53m x 2.72m (11'7 x 8'11)
Bedroom Three 3.35m x 2.54m (11'0 x 8'4)
Detached Garage 6.35m x 2.77m (20'10 x 9'1)
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Canterbury Area Guide

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