A beautifully presented two bedroom period cottage with no forward chain situated in the delightful village of Wingham. The property has been thoroughly modernised by the current vendors to include a new kitchen, bathroom, new windows, radiators, electricity fuse box as well as new flooring and tasteful decoration throughout.
The village of Wingham is surrounded by beautiful countryside yet lies just 7 miles from both Canterbury and Sandwich. Road links are excellent with easy access to the A2 and onward motorway network and to Canterbury with its high speed rail links to London St Pancras in just 56 minutes. Wingham itself is a thriving village with Doctor and Dentist surgeries, a farmshop. bakery, village store and newsagent, primary school currently rated 'Good' by Ofsted and two pubs. We are informed by the vendors they benefit from very high speed broadband - ideal for those looking to work from home.
The front door leads to the entrance hall with doors to the sitting room and kitchen/dining room and stairs to the first floor. The sitting room is bright and spacious with an open fire and a beautiful exposed brick wall and chimney breast. There are exposed, stripped floor boards which really add to the character of the cottage.
The kitchen dining room has been recently fitted and reconfigured to include a good range of wall and base units, a gas combi boiler, electric cooker with gas hob. There is an attractive fireplace with a gas fire and a large under stairs storage cupboard as well as ample space for a table and chairs.
The first floor has a landing with access to the loft space which is boarded and has a pull down ladder.
Both bedrooms are of a generous size with bedroom one easily accommodating a king size bed and bedroom two being a good size double with stripped floor boards, the master has the benefit of a built in storage cupboard over the stairs.
The bathroom is beautifully fitted with a white modern suite and a feature fireplace.
The rear garden is South facing and is mainly laid to lawn with an attractive range of established plants and shrubs. There is a useful timber garden shed.
45' 0'' x 16' 0'' (13.71m x 4.87m)
We understand there is a right or way for neighbouring properties to cross the garden. Further details available on request.
We also understand there may be potential for creating an off road parking space towards the end of the garden. Any potential purchaser is advised to make their own investigations with Kent County Council and we advise the purchaser checks this with their solicitor before exchange of contracts.