A beautifully presented detached family home in the highly sought after hamlet of Barfrestone
Five bedrooms (Master en-suite)
Cinema / gym room
Separate ground floor shower room
Ample off road parking
Established & manicured gardens
NO ONWARD CHAIN
Formerly a village inn, this wonderful converted and extended detached country home is situated in the idyllic and sought after hamlet of Barfrestone. The property offers immaculately presented, spacious and well configured accommodation over three floors, which is mainly contemporary in design. The cleverly adapted cellar is currently used as a gym/cinema room, with the ground floor accommodation comprising; sitting room, downstairs bedroom, shower room with separate WC, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and dining room. Both the reception rooms have attractive feature fireplaces. A master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the first floor accommodation.
The enclosed and established rear garden offers privacy and is beautifully manicured with a raised patio entertaining area immediately behind the house. There is a gravelled section suitable for additional off-road parking which in turn leads to a gated lawn area that is surrounded by mature trees and shrubs.
Further benefits include stunning countryside views, ample off-road parking and gas fired central heating. Planning has been approved to erect a single garage (Dover District Council Ref: 11/00324)
The charming hamlet of Barfrestone lies within an attractive area of gently undulating countryside. The village has a long history as illustrated by its Norman church, widely regarded as one of the finest in Kent. Local amenities can be found in the nearby villages of Eythorne and Shepherdswell (which has a mainline railway service). More extensive facilities can be found in the nearby historic Cinque Port town of Sandwich, approximately 8 miles, which offers a wide range of amenities including supermarket, shops, post office, chemist, doctor and dentist surgeries, restaurants and public houses. There is a choice of well-regarded primary and secondary schools and leisure facilities including Royal St. George’s Golf Club. The larger centres of Dover, Folkestone and Canterbury are all within easy reach as well as a range of retail outlets and superstore at Whitfield. Access to the A2 is two miles distant. This provides a fast road link to the rest of the country's motorway network via the M2 and A20/M20 and Dover and Canterbury now have the benefit of the high speed rail link into St. Pancras. The Channel Tunnel terminal is situated to the outskirts of Folkestone and Cross Channel Ferries from Dover offer frequent access to the Continent.