Fordwich Road, Canterbury, CT2

4 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £595,000 For Sale

*THREE/FOUR BEDROOM EXTENDED COTTAGE*

This versatile, extended cottage has plenty of character including beamed ceilings and walls, fireplaces and old cottage doors. Inside the accommodation comprises; kitchen which includes a built-in oven, hob and microwave as well as an integrated fridge and dishwasher. Leading on from the kitchen is a double bedroom that would also make an ideal office or snug as well as a door to the terrace and garden. The sitting area has a fireplace with a log effect gas wood burning stove and is open to the impressive dining area with high vaulted and beamed ceiling, brick fireplace and access to the ground floor bathroom and through to the extension. The extension includes study and the utility room with access to the garden as well as stairs to the master bedroom with arched ceiling, crossbar beams and en suite bathroom. A door leads from the sitting area to stairs up to the original main double bedroom and through to a second bedroom which has been converted into a dressing room with its wardrobes, beams and eaves storage cupboards; this room however, could be easily converted back to a bedroom.

Externally is a driveway offering off street parking for two cars and access to the garage. To the rear is a great sized, well maintained sunny rear garden.

The Cottage of St John is probably the oldest building in that part of Fordwich. This archetypal 17th century Kentish cottage was built in 1650. It was mentioned in the Doomsday Book but is not Grade II Listed although it is in a Conservation Area and, at one stage in its history, it was called Marsh Cottage and became a delightful tearoom.

Room Sizes
Kitchen 2.79m x 2.79m (9'2 x 9'2)
Bedroom/Snug 4.88m x 2.21m (16'0 x 7'3)
Sitting Room 4.01m x 2.92m (13'2 x 9'7)
Dining Room 4.14m x 3.28m (13'7 x 10'9)
Study 3.73m x 3.25m (12'3 x 10'8)
Bedroom 4.27m x 2.92m plus storage (14'0 x 9'7 plus storag
Bedroom 5.05m x 3.73m (16'7 x 12'3)
Garage 4.93m x 2.57m (16'2 x 8'5)
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Canterbury Area Guide

Canterbury – A city with a tale Canterbury is a city with a history dating back to 597; it was one of the most important centres of pilgrimage in Medieval England. Today, tourists replace pilgrims who flock to the City to take in its fascinating story while enjoying a café culture, restaurants and a good mix of independent and chain shops. There is plenty t