Stunning attached Grade II listed oast conversion with spacious accommodation over three floors
Sympathetically re-furbished with newly fitted contemporary facilities
Master bedroom with en-suite shower room
Two further bedrooms (second floor access to one of the bedrooms via original staircase ladder)
Second floor storage room
Fitted kitchen/Dining room
Fitted kitchen / Dining room
NO ONWARD CHAIN
Garage & off road parking
Idyllic location surrounded by countryside yet close to local facilities
Oil central heating
A stunning conversion forming part of a Grade II listed oast house set in an idyllic location. The property has been sympathetically up-dated whilst maintaining many attractive & charming period features including exposed timbers, brick walls. High ceilings and fireplaces that blend period & contemporary living seamlessly. Moatside Cottage was originally a farm manager’s cottage, even before the Oast building was converted. The spacious entrance hall leads to a comfortable sitting room, dining area and fitted kitchen. The first floor landing is spacious with room for use as a study area and leads to the spacious master bedroom which benefits from a new en-suite shower room. There is a further good sized double bedroom and a new family bathroom completing the first floor accommodation. A traditional 'loft ladder' staircase leads to the second floor where there are one other further double bedroom and a useful storage room.
The garden lies to the side of the property and is well maintained, laid to lawn, with various shrub and flower borders.
Set in an idyllic location surrounded by countryside and in a secluded area of what was 'Grove Manor Farm' located down 'Stoney Road', off of The Street, Woodnesborough. It is directly adjacent to a medieval moat which is an ancient monument. The property is close to the village centre which benefits from a recently built and socially active village hall. Located approximately 1 ½ miles from the historic Cinque Port town of Sandwich which offers a range of amenities including; supermarket, shops, bank, post office, chemist, doctor and dentist surgeries, restaurants, public houses, choice of well-regarded schools and leisure facilities, with a mainline station having high speed services direct to London St. Pancras and frequent trains to London Charing Cross. The busy coastal port of Dover is approximately 6 miles away and the Cathedral City of Canterbury is approximately 15 miles distant. Sandwich is well known for its golf courses with the Royal St George's Golf Club (where the 2020 British Golf Open will be held).