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Guide Price £350,000 - £375,000. Originally one half of the former village school this enchanting country cottage is not listed and retains an abundance of original period features. The idyllic rural, yet not isolated setting is immediately adjoining open farmland away from passing traffic with delightful views. Much of the surrounding countryside is still agricultural. Substantially built in the Victorian era, this ragstone cottage has a Kent peg tiled roof with the accommodation arranged over three floors. The cosy beamed living room has an open brick fireplace and boarded flooring. The kitchen is well fitted with a range of solid oak units with built in oven, inset four burner hob as well as space and plumbing for a slim dishwasher and washing machine. The conservatory takes in the view of the open countryside and cottage garden. In addition there is a ground floor shower room. Off the first floor landing is a charming double bedroom which has a range of built in furniture and fitted bench under the window. The second bedroom is a super attic room with views over countryside.
The property is complimented by a mature and very well stocked garden to the front of the property. From the paved and secluded patio you can simply enjoy the tranquillity of this pleasing rural setting adjacent to farmland. A windy footpath leads to the front door and there is a large block paved private parking area for several cars. There is a timber shed with power and light connected, an outside tap and cedar wood summerhouse.
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Ashford Borough Council 01233 331111. Kent County Council 08458 247247
Oil heating, shared septic tank drainage, mains water, electricity and solar panels (owned).
Method of Sale
This property is Freehold and is offered for sale with vacant possession upon completion.
The small parish of Bonnington lies between the town of Ashford and the coastal town of Hythe. The parish council is now linked with the larger village of Aldington which is where the nearest shops can be found. Parts of the parish are designated, and protected, as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and parts are designated, and protected, as forming part of the Old Romney Shoreline Special Landscape Area. The nearby village of Aldington has a lot to offer its residents and has its own Primary School, local shops and pubs. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, you are spoilt for choice for walks here as well as along the nearby Royal Military Canal or along Dymchurch beach which is just 5.3 miles. There are plenty of village pubs nearby offering a fantastic range of places to eat. Westernhanger station is just 6.2 miles with connecting trains to Ashford International (just 7.6 miles by car) which operates the High Speed service to Ebbsfleet, Stratford and St Pancras International in just 38 minutes.
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