The Cottage is situated in the picturesque village of Wickhambreaux. The village is much sought after boasting a variety of beautiful period buildings including The Mill, which sits on the side of the river having a mill race below. Surrounding the village are orchards, farmland and lakes; ideal for walkers and cyclist. The village has its own primary school and local pub, which also serves food.
The nearby village of Littlebourne offers a local village shop/Post Office and general stores and regular bus services to both Canterbury and the Historic town and Cinque port of Sandwich. The Cathedral City of Canterbury provides additional extensive shopping, educational and leisure activities. There are two main line rail services including the High Speed Rail link to London St Pancras.
This semi detached 17th Century Grade II listed thatched cottage, situated in the heart of the village has been extensively renovated and now provides an abundance of character features that include "eyebrow" dormer windows. leaded light windows an inglenook fireplace and a wealth of beams to the walls and ceilings. The accommodation is laid out over two floors and comprises, sitting room with inglenook fireplace, dual aspect windows and double doors to the garden, a fitted kitchen/breakfast room with dual aspect windows and a door to the garden on the ground floor. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is pedestrian side access to the substantial rear garden which is enclosed by hedging and fencing. Additional benefits include wooden floor boards, gas fired central heating and no onward chain.
14' 10'' x 12' 0'' (4.52m x 3.65m)
14' 10'' x 7' 0'' (4.52m x 2.13m)
12' 1'' x 12' 0'' (3.68m x 3.65m)
10' 11'' x 7' 8'' (3.32m x 2.34m)
6' 7'' x 6' 0'' (2.01m x 1.83m)
There is a good sized secluded rear garden with a patio area across the back of the property. A path leads to the lawn which is surrounded by an array of mature shrubs, plants and trees that include a Cherry and Eucalyptus. There is also a log store and at the very end of the garden there is a timber summerhouse.