Charming terraced cottage in tucked away position close to open fields
Sitting Room with fireplace
Master bedroom with vaulted ceiling and galleried landing
Attractive period features
Pretty 65' cottage garden
Off road parking for 2 cars
The owner of Bloomsbury cottage has enjoyed this unique and varied rural retreat with its benefits of a local village. The eclectic interior, as well as being a traditional country cottage, benefits from contemporary additions such as a vaulted split level loft storage mezzanine, currently used as an Artists studio. Further accommodation comprises; sitting room, fitted kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The cottage - within a conservation area - forms part of a terrace of 6 Brewers cottages set back and away from the Village high street. The terrace dates back to 1890.
The exterior of the property boasts of private access to adjacent village fields and countryside as well as a 150ft private vegetable allotment with potting shed, running parallel to the terrace. At the rear of Bloomsbury Cottage there is also a well established private rear garden.
The property has two unique shed storage access benefits - one directly facing the cottage with use of electricity for additional utilities and one set to the side used as Winter log storage.
Whilst also benefiting from double off street parking the Cottage can be accessed by the local Parish Church fields via a private gate but primarily access, is by off street Private stone track. This access lends itself to absolute peace and quiet which the owner has enjoyed with safety and seclusion in mind for her and her two dogs and two cats.
The semi-rural and sought-after village of Ash is surrounded by beautiful countryside with the village itself offering a very good selection of amenities which include pubs, primary schools, doctors surgery, physiotherapy clinic, general stores, chemist, library, tennis courts, rugby club, Bowles club and village hall offering a busy program of events and clubs. A wider range of facilities can be found in the nearby Cinque Port town of Sandwich, approximately three miles distant, and the Cathedral city of Canterbury, which is about eleven miles away. There are high speed train services from Sandwich and Canterbury to London St Pancras, with ferry crossing to the continent from the port of Dover and the Channel Tunnel services at Folkestone. For all golf enthusiasts, the Princes Golf Club and St Royal St Georges Golf Club are close by at Sandwich Bay.
PHOTOGRAPHS KINDLY TAKEN BY THE OWNER