A charming three bedroom Grade II listed cottage set in the village centre with parking and garden.
Kitchen, sitting/dining room, two bathrooms, garden and parking.
The property is set in the very quiet part of the village centre virtually next door to Minster Abbey's lovely gardens. Minster itself offers a wide range of local facilities including a range of shops, restaurants and public houses. There is also a doctors surgery, veterinary surgery and dentists together with a main line railway station with services to London and the Kent coast. The neighbouring Thanet towns of Broadstairs and Ramsgate are accessible to the east offering a number of sandy beaches for which this stretch of coastline is renowned. The upgraded Thanet Way provides improved road links to the M2 motorway. The cathedral city of Canterbury is accessible to the west and the new Westwood Cross shopping centre is situated on the Ramsgate/Broadstairs borders.
A perfectly charming grade II listed cottage dated 1710 and built during the reign of Queen Anne. There is off road parking to the front and a lovely garden to the rear. Internally are a great many period features with exposed beams and brick chimneys throughout. Originally there were two cottages in this building but they were combined many years ago to form one with large open plan living/dining space to the front of the ground floor and bathroom and kitchen to the rear. A choice of two staircases lead up to two first floor bedrooms with a useful eaves storage room to the rear. On the top floor is one large master bedroom with shower room and WC. The property would benefit from some refurbishment.
Sitting Room/Dining Room (21' 1'' x 14' 1'' (6.42m x 4.29m))
Kitchen (12' 1'' x 8' 7'' (3.68m x 2.61m))
Bedroom Two (14' 1'' x 11' 6'' (4.29m x 3.50m) narrowing to 7' 8")
Bedroom Three (11' 8'' x 8' 11'' (3.55m x 2.72m))
Master Bedroom (21' 11'' x 10' 9'' (6.68m x 3.27m) max)
Ensuite Shower Room/WC
The front garden has a cobbled single car parking area, a central pathway and some lawned areas with flower borders. To the rear is a much larger garden with patio area down by the cottage, rising up through a rockery to a lawned garden surrounded by flower borders beyond. Tall shrubs form a barrier which conceal a large old workshop/shed at the far end of the garden, which would benefit from some repairs.