- Utterly charming semi-detached period cottage in sought after picturesque hamlet
- Sitting room with inglenook fireplace and multi fuel burner
- Recently up-dated fitted kitchen
- New contemporary bathroom suite
- Two double bedrooms
- Gas fired central heating
- Double glazing
- Beautifully manicured, generous and well stocked garden
- Self-contained annexe / home office
Believed to date back to the 17th century and conveniently located within the sought after and picturesque hamlet of Tilmanstone, is this utterly charming and beautifully kept character cottage. Sensitively modernised, the cottage combines a clever blend of modern and period features which include a quintessential inglenook fireplace with multi fuel burner in the comfortable sitting room. The kitchen is triple aspect allowing plenty of natural light, well fitted, and includes ample quartz work-surfaces, original fitted pantry cupboard, and a one and a half bowl ceramic butler sink. A door from the kitchen leads to the conservatory which is conveniently located to act as a perfect dining room with lovely views of the fine manicured gardens. The recently installed bathroom suite is spacious and modern with surrounding high gloss acrylic covering, fitted storage units, bath incorporating a shower, low level wc and wash hand basin. There are two double bedrooms occupying the first floor with wonderfully high ceilings and pretty aspects.
There are two parking spaces immediately to the front of the cottage and a pedestrian access leading to the rear. The rear garden measures approximately 100ft and is beautifully manicured with well stocked borders, an expanse of lawn, paved patio, small pond and wild garden. There is a very useful self-contained annexe / home office at the rear of the garden, with glazing on two sides that boast incredible views of the neighbouring fields. The impressive cat slide roof at the rear of the cottage can be appreciated from this aspect.
Further benefits include a modern boiler providing gas fired central heating, and sealed unit double glazing.
Local amenities in Tilmanstone include a village hall and church. Further facilities can be found in the popular and favoured village of Shepherdswell, approximately 5 miles away, which boasts a primary school, public house, shops, post office with a wide range of recreational facilities and a high speed mainline train services to London. Additionally, there are primary schools also located within the nearby villages of Eastry and Eythorne. Deal, approximately 7 miles away including supermarkets, shops, banks, post office, chemists, doctor and dentist surgeries, restaurant, public houses, choice of schools and leisure facilities and station with mainline trains to London, Charing Cross and high speed services to London St Pancreas. Tilmanstone has good access to the A256 with its direct links to the Ancient Cinque Port town of Sandwich, approximately 5 miles away, the busy coastal port of Dover approximately 6 miles away and the Cathedral city of Canterbury approximately 14 miles distant.