Willow Cottage is a delightful Grade II listed, period detached five-bedroom family home standing in approximately 2.7 acres of land.

Originally two cottages, the house was converted into one by the present owners in the 1980's. The property boasts a wealth of charm and character and has many appealing features including beamed ceilings, natural brick walls, feature fireplaces and a wood burning stove to name but a few.

The accommodation is arranged over three floors; to the ground floor there are two reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and a bathroom. To the first floor there are three bedrooms, a family bathroom and two large walk-in storage rooms. There are two further bedrooms on the second floor.

Outside there is gated access to a large off-street parking area for numerous cars. The large plot has a wide variety of trees, plants and shrubs with lawned areas as well as vegetable plots and orchard area. There is a detached office/workshop with power and wood burner.

Willow Cottage is found approximately 3 miles from the cathedral city of Canterbury where you will find a wide variety of shops, boutiques, cafes, restaurants and bars. There is numerous leisure, recreational and cultural facilities available in the area and there are a number of highly regarded schools to be found in both the public and private sectors. Canterbury has two railway stations and offers a high speed service to London in under an hour from Canterbury West.

Note: Main gas, water and drainage services plus a private borehole.

Room Sizes
Sitting Room 6.07m x 4.14m (19'11 x 13'7)
Dining Room 4.70m x 4.17m (15'5 x 13'8)
Kitchen 6.38m x 3.02m (20'11 x 9'11)
Utility Room 3.63m x 3.02m (11'11 x 9'11)
Bedroom 4.32m x 2.67m (14'2 x 8'9)
Bedroom 4.29m x 2.62m (14'1 x 8'7)
Bedroom 3.28m x 2.95m (10'9 x 9'8)
Bedroom 6.27m x 3.28m (20'7 x 10'9)
Bedroom 5.21m x 3.23m (17'1 x 10'7)
Workshop 3.66m x 3.05m (12'0 x 10'0)
Office 3.05m x 2.59m (10'0 x 8'6)

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