A rare find indeed is this fabulous Grade II listed windmill which dates back to 1817 and is found along a private road and stands on a good-sized plot enjoying extensive views from the upper floors over Canterbury, the Cathedral and beyond. This unique home is steeped in history and boasts many attractive and period features including exposed beams and brickwork to name just a few. The mill was a working mill up until the 1890’s, it was then converted to a house in 1920.
The accommodation is arranged over five floors. To the ground floor there is a lounge with natural brick walls in the main mill, off which is a kitchen with a comprehensive range of units and delightful dining/family room with vaulted ceiling and access to the garden.
To the first floor there is a bedroom, bathroom and a shower room. To the second floor there are two further bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a study, ideal for working from home in a quiet setting. There are further bedrooms on the third and fourth floors with charming views towards the Cathedral. Each level is steeped in history and really does tell a different story.
Externally, there is off street parking and a detached garage. The good-sized rear garden has been well-maintained and is mainly laid to lawn with a wide variety of plants, shrubs, trees and a vegetable plot. There are patio areas, ideal for entertaining.
|Living Room||5.84m x 5.84m (19'2 x 19'2)|
|Kitchen||4.62m x 3.45m (15'2 x 11'4)|
|Dining Room||5.72m x 3.45m (18'9 x 11'4)|
|Bedroom||5.84m x 5.84m (19'2 x 19'2)|
|Bedroom||5.41m x 4.60m (17'9 x 15'1)|
|Bedroom/Study||3.00m x 3.00m (9'10 x 9'10)|
|Bedroom||4.42m x 4.42m (14'6 x 14'6)|
|Bedroom||3.58m x 3.58m (11'9 x 11'9)|