Miles and Barr are pleased to offer to the market this delightful one-bedroom end-of-terrace period Grade II listed cottage, offering welcoming, beautifully presented accommodation with historical features, including exposed beams. The property is well placed for road links, with the A2 less than a mile away. Situated ½ mile from the property is Bekesbourne station that provides services to London Victoria and Dover Priory. The High-speed rail service to London St. Pancras takes around 56 minutes from Canterbury West.

As you enter through the beautiful original door, the ground floor accommodation comprises the spacious lounge with an impressive inglenook fireplace, wooden floor boards and exposed beams for those who love character. Following through from the lounge, you will find the well-appointed kitchen with access to the rear courtyard garden. The first floor is very unique and made up of one large bedroom with open planned bathroom suite, featuring a cast iron free-standing bath, wash basin and toilet. Planning permission was granted to add a wall and make this into an ensuite. To the front, the southeast-facing garden is landscaped with flowers and shrubs that adds a burst of colour and life to the pretty surroundings. At the back of the garden, is a large insulated studio with an electric supply connected directly to the house on a miniature circuit breaker. An ideal space for those that need to work from home or as a place to escape.

Please call Miles and Barr as the sole agent to arrange all viewings.

Room Sizes
Lounge 4.24m x 4.90m (13'11 x 16'01)
Kitchen 2.95m x 2.13m (9'08 x 7'00)
Bedroom 4.14m x 5.33m (13'07 x 17'06)

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