A rare opportunity has arisen to acquire this beautiful three bedroom adjoining period cottage set within delightful established gardens and having the benefit of a detached annexe and a double garage to the rear which is in addition to off road parking to the front.

Approached via entrance door from the side, staircase to first floor accommodation, windows to front and side aspects, doors to cloak/utility room, sitting room and kitchen. A good size sitting room featuring attractive redbrick fireplace, exposed timbers, French style doors to front, built in cupboards, radiators, intercommunicating opening to dining area which has double glazed patio doors leading to the rear. A separate kitchen has all the mod cons and looks out over the front gardens.

Upstairs are three good size bedrooms each with lovely outlooks of the surrounding area and a good size family bathroom services these.

The gardens have been lovingly looked after and give an idyllic setting to enjoy the peaceful surroundings, there is a large double garage to the rear and the added benefit is a very generous self contained one bedroom annexe with its own decking area.

Situated in this highly sought-after conservation area of Chestfield, this home offers many period features which must be seen to be appreciated. Chestfield is a truly lovely location, and this home is within easy access to Chestfield Golf Club, Chestfield Barn and open countryside in which there are walking and riding opportunities.

The Cathedral City of Canterbury is approx. 6 miles, and the quaint harbour town of Whitstable is approx. 3 miles with Tankerton seafront approx. 2 miles. Chestfield mainline railway station, the doctor’s surgery and Sainsbury's are approx. 1.5 miles away. Local primary schools are nearby in Tankerton with bus services to nearby towns and the city available in Chestfield Road just over half a mile.

Room Sizes
Ground Floor
Reception Room 3.76m x 3.51m (12'4 x 11'6)

Utility Room/WC
Living Room 6.25m x 3.81m (20'6 x 12'6)

Dining Room 4.47m x 3.61m (14'8 x 11'10)

Kitchen 4.47m x 2.39m (14'8 x 7'10)

First Floor
Landing
Bedroom 4.45m x 3.23m (14'7 x 10'7 )

Bedroom 4.67m x 2.31m (15'4 x 7'7)

Bedroom 4.24m x 2.72m (13'11 x 8'11)

Bathroom
Annex
Hallway
Utility/Shower Room
Kitchen 2.18m x 2.13m (7'2 x 7'0)

Living Room 4.93m x 3.66m (16'2 x 12'0 )

Sitting Room 2.77m x 1.68m (9'1 x 5'6)

Bedroom 4.09m x 2.77m (13'5 x 9'1)

External
Gardens
Off Street Parking
Double Garage 5.21m x 5.18m (17'1 x 17'0)

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