This is a charming, well loved cottage, originally a home for the local Whitstable mill workers; the recently renovated mill house is next door. The cottage looks onto Whitstable’s cricket pitch and is located in a prime location with no forward chain.

This is an opportunity to acquire a stylish, well maintained home, which has a beautiful finish throughout in contemporary, thoughtful colours. The living and dining rooms have open fires with bespoke hand built, solid wood French doors leading onto the deck outside. This living space provides a cosy ambience, perfect for relaxing evenings with family and friends. Upstairs the property has three generously sized bedrooms, with the potential to extend into the loft subject to the relevant planning permissions, this offers ample accommodation for a growing family or those in need of extra space.

There is potential for parking, subject to planning, which is a valuable convenience rarely found in such sought-after areas. The back garden is well designed. The decking has lighting for evening dinning and leads into the garden. There is ample room for an outside office. Currently there are two large workshop/sheds at the back of the garden. There is rear access at the back through a garden gate. Throughout the property, period features have been beautifully preserved, adding character and charm to the living spaces. From cornices to elegant moldings, every detail has been meticulously maintained.

The kitchen is a focal point of the home, tastefully designed with a bespoke solid wood kitchen hand made in Yorkshire, a dual fuel John Lewis range oven and plenty of storage space. This area flows into the dining room, providing the perfect setting for both casual meals and formal gatherings. Double hand made French doors lead out to the decking area, which leads and into the garden.

In addition to the elegant interior, the property benefits from a prime location that offers easy access to local amenities, schools, and transport links. Whether strolling through the nearby parks and beaches or exploring the vibrant town, residents will appreciate the convenience of this enviable location. In conclusion, this property presents a rare opportunity to acquire a home of such quality in a prime location. With its stylish finish, period features, and potential for parking and extending, this residence is sure to attract discerning buyers seeking a blend of modern comfort and timeless elegance.

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Room Sizes
Entrance Leading to

Lounge/Diner 22' 4" x 14' 10" (6.80m x 4.51m)

Kitchen 20' 4" x 7' 7" (6.21m x 2.32m)

First Floor Leading to

Bedroom 14' 10" x 9' 3" (4.51m x 2.82m)

Bedroom 11' 7" x 10' 4" (3.53m x 3.15m)

Bathroom 6' 11" x 4' 7" (2.12m x 1.40m)

Bedroom 9' 5" x 7' 7" (2.86m x 2.32m)

Whitstable Area Guide

Whitstable – The home of the oyster The town is renowned for its oysters, Whitstable has a thriving café culture, restaurants and a good mix of independent shops. If you’re interested in living in Whitstable, come into our Whitstable office and we can help find a property to suit you. A brief history of Whitstable