A rare opportunity to purchase an exceptionally pretty Grade II Listed semi-detached four bedroom cottage in the sought-after village of Patrixbourne. Originally two cottages and now arranged as one house, the cottage has a huge amount of charm and character thanks to the wonderful original features such as inglenook fireplaces, wooden latch doors and beamed ceilings.
The property is accessed by a shared drive to the left-hand side which leads round to the end of the rear garden. A path winds its way through the garden, past the potting shed to the back door which has been used as the main entrance by the current owners.
Both the sitting room and dining room are surprisingly bright and spacious with good head height and both have wonderful inglenook fireplaces. Latch doors lead from each room to the separate stair cases.
The kitchen/breakfast room spans the entire back of the house and has been hand made to fit the space. There are a good range of wall and base units with a combination of granite and solid wood work surfaces. Cupboards conceal two gas fired boilers. From the kitchen, a door leads through to the rear lobby and through to the downstairs W.C/shower room.
Upstairs (accessed by two separate staircases) bedrooms one and two are found on the first floor. Bedroom one benefits from and en-suite shower room and bedroom two has access via the landing to the main family bathroom.
Bedrooms three and four are on the second floor and are accessed by two separate staircases.
Outside, the rear garden measures 91’ x 38’
The property is located within the sought-after village of Patrixbourne which has a wealth of walks, bridle paths and cycle routes on the doorstep and lies just 3 miles South East of Canterbury. The nearby larger village of Bridge is within walking distance and has two of Kent’s finest restaurants – The Pig at Bridge Place and the Michelin Starred Bridge Arms.