This beautiful Grade II Listed property originally built in 1721 as two cottages, was later converted into one dwelling and extended to create extra space. Approaching the property you immediately see the charm of the cottage with Kent peg tile roof, inlay flint, brick walls and casement windows, accessed via the winding brick pathway.

The ground floor comprises a lovely lounge with its ceiling and wall beams, half height wood panelling and large inglenook fireplace. Beyond the inglenook is a cloakroom and a large office/bedroom 4 that includes a brick fireplace and a log burning stove. To the other side of the property the elegant dining room has an original ornate cast iron fireplace with original inlaid tiles. There is a good sized country style kitchen/breakfast room with banquette seating. It has a back door to the driveway and central access to the basement ideal for extra storage.

Upstairs you walk straight into a stunning open plan reception room with a high vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and a brick chimney breast. The master bedroom boasts a cast iron fireplace and en-suite bathroom, to the other end is another double bedroom with a vaulted ceiling. There is a further single bedroom and family bathroom.

Externally there is a well kept front garden with a lawn surrounded by a privet hedge, with a paved patio area ideal for al fresco dining. While at the rear there is the driveway for off road parking.

Room Sizes
Ground Floor
Living Room 4.19m x 4.11m (13'9 x 13'6)

Dining Room 4.19m x 3.20m (13'9 x 10'6)

Cloakroom
Study/Bedroom 4.83m x 2.74m (15'10 x 9'0)

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 8.48m x 2.36m (27'10 x 7'9)

First Floor
Sitting Room 5.05m x 4.42m (16'7 x 14'6)

Bedroom 4.42m x 3.56m (14'6 x 11'8)

En-suite Bathroom
Bedroom 3.76m x 2.77m (12'4 x 9'1)

Bedroom 3.05m x 2.36m (10'0 x 7'9)

Bathroom
Basement Level
Basement 4.14m x 3.15m (13'7 x 10'4)

External
Front Garden
Driveway

Birchington-on-Sea Area Guide

A small seaside village with a family atmosphere Birchington is a seaside village in north-west Thanet. A gorgeous place to live, it’s popular among retirees and families with a bustling tourist industry.