- Characterful 18th century detached cottage located in desirable rural hamlet
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Bespoke Fitted Kitchen
- Contemporary Bathroom Suite
- Garage & Off Road Parking
- Well maintained gardens
- Vaulted Ceiling * Exposed Timbers * Fireplace * Original Wood Panelling
Charming and characterful 18th century detached Georgian cottage. This lovely cottage has been in the same family ownership for over 40 years and in this time it has been thoughtfully extended and maintained. With an abundance of period features including original panelling, fireplaces, exposed timbers and brick chimney breast, the accommodation is surprisingly spacious and offers two double bedrooms - one of which boasts a wonderful vaulted ceiling, two reception rooms, bespoke and well fitted kitchen, useful brick lined cellar and contemporary bathroom suite.
The gardens extend to the side and rear of the property and are well maintained, mainly laid to lawn with a variety of established tree, shrub and flower borders. There is also an attractive patio seating area and timber garden shed.
The cottage has the benefit of a garage that has been insulated and houses the boiler and other utilities. There may be potential to convert this space into further living accommodation subject to usual consents being obtained.
The picturesque hamlet of Tilmanstone benefits from local amenities including 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, wide range of recreational facilities and high speed mainline train services to London. Additionally, there are primary schools also located within the nearby villages of Eastry and Eythorne. Deal lies approximately 7 miles away and offers a greater selection of supermarkets, shops, banks, post office, chemists, doctor and dentist surgeries, restaurants, public houses, choice of schools and leisure facilities and station with mainline trains to London, Charing Cross and high speed services to London St Pancras. 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.