- A charming well presented character cottage
- 5 bedrooms
- Large rear garden
The Stores is a charming character terraced period cottage dating from 1718 having classical Georgian frontage and maintaining many fine period features. The accommodation is laid out on three floors and comprises sitting room with wood burning stove, study and kitchen/dining room on the ground floor together with three bedrooms, cloakroom and bathroom on the first floor. There are two further bedrooms and a wet room on the second floor. The property retains many fine character features including a wealth of exposed timbers and brickwork. There is gas fired central heating with radiators in rooms where indicated and all windows are double glazed. To the front of the property is parking for two cars. A pedestrian right of way over the driveway of the neighbouring property, Seaton Cottage, leads to a detached barn. To the rear of the property is a well maintained garden extending to approximately 160ft being mainly laid to lawn with patio area and timber summer house.
The property is situated in a pleasant location close to the church and duck pond in the rural village of Worth with its primary school, public houses, village hall and cricket pitch. There is good access to the Ancient Cinque Port Town of Sandwich, 2 miles distant, which has a range of shops, supermarket, banks, post office, chemist, doctor and dentist surgeries and schools including Sir Roger Manwood’s Grammar School. The seaside town of Deal, which has a greater range of amenities, is 4 miles away via the A258. Sandwich railway station connects to London Charing Cross or alternatively the high speed service goes to St Pancras.