Mulberry Oast is an attractive and very spacious square Kiln Oast that was converted to a high specification in 2015. Forming part of a small charming development in a beautiful countryside setting, yet within reach of Canterbury, Faversham and Ashford.

Offering nearly 3000 square feet of accommodation with oak and mahogany joinery, limestone flooring with underfloor heating to the ground floor as well as a quality fitted kitchen/diner and stylish and contemporary sanitary fittings throughout.

The accommodation is arranged over three floors, the ground floor is entered via an impressive reception hall with downstairs cloakroom. There is a good-sized living room with doors to the garden, a further reception room/study, a well-equipped kitchen/diner and utility room. On the first floor, there is a stunning dual aspect living room with beams and a vaulted ceiling. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, there are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The top floor has a superb bedroom with Juliette balcony and lovely views.

Externally there is a gravel driveway with ample parking and an integral double carport with a utility area. The rear garden offers a great space for entertaining, laid mainly to lawn with a patio area.

The property is situated less than 2 miles from the village of Chilham. The nearby city of Canterbury (8 miles) offers an extensive range of shopping, recreational and educational amenities including a range of schools in both the private and public sector. The area has good road connections with the A2/M2 (5 miles) and the M20 which can be joined at Ashford.

Room Sizes
Study 3.66m x 3.61m (12'0 x 11'10)
Lounge 5.79m x 5.77m (19'0 x 18'11)
Kitchen 4.67m x 4.60m (15'4 x 15'1)
Lounge 6.68m x 5.82m (21'11 x 19'1)
Bedroom One 6.05m x 5.69m (19'10 x 18'8)
Bedroom Two 4.88m x 3.99m (16'0 x 13'1)
Bedroom Three 4.50m x 3.81m (14'9 x 12'6)
Bedroom Four 5.87m x 3.10m (19'3 x 10'2)
Integral Double Car Port 5.31m x 5.28m (17'5 x 17'4)

Canterbury Area Guide

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