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• Outstanding Grade II listed 3 bedroom semi-detached cottage
• Sympathetically extended
• So much character & style
• Enjoy the surprisingly large walled garden
• A very unique home
• EPC energy rating E (40)
On a cold evening, the short walk from the station to the front door of this outstanding rustic cottage won’t be too hard to bear; for once you step inside, slip off your shoes and jacket in the entrance hall and walk through to the amazing lounge/dining area, where your loved one has lit the wood burner, your chills will soon fade away! Settle down with a cup of tea, whilst the logs crackle complemented by the lovely view of the inglenook fireplace; quite a welcoming scene, I’m sure you will agree.The rest of this gorgeous home is equally as pleasing; the current owners have lived here since 2010 and have really transformed the whole footprint of the dwelling. The rear extension now provides you with a second double bedroom, which has been built with such care and attention, you would be forgiven in thinking the house was originally built like this! The whole feeling of history and character follows you around this property; speaking to the owners is a joy, as they know so much about the bygone times. After such a wonderful internal viewing, you still have a treat in store; the rear garden is an unexpected delight. It’s very secluded with a lovely array of foliage, a perfect place to dine outside and plenty of space to relax too; so, get that hot tub on order!Part of the property is subject to a 'flying freehold', as the storage cupboard in study/bedroom 3, goes over next door.What the Owner says:
We have never been a couple who have liked modern homes, so when we visited this cottage, believed to date back to 1490, we both knew within minutes, that we had found our dream house.If you fancy a nice Sunday lunch, the King & Queen pub at the end of the road does a good meal and it’s only about a 5 minute walk!The location has a friendly community feel, with great neighbours. You can hop on the train in a couple of minutes too. West Malling is close by with restaurants, craft shops and a monthly farmers market too. We are looking for a property with acreage next but it has to have character.
Room sizes:Entrance HallLounge/Dining Area: 20'0 (6.10m) narrowing to 13'2 (4.02m) x 17'2 (5.24m)Lobby AreaShower RoomKitchen/Breakfast Area: 15'0 x 8'5 (4.58m x 2.57m)LandingBedroom 1: 17'6 x 11'3 (5.34m x 3.43m)En-Suite BathroomBedroom 2: 14'2 x 9'6 (4.32m x 2.90m)Study/Bedroom 3: 9'7 x 6'8 (2.92m x 2.03m)Garage & ParkingRear Garden
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