This cottage is located on a private lane running just off The Street (the road running through the village centre) close to the point where the majority of village shops are located and almost opposite the attractive village church. The lane can be accessed by car from The Street, or by foot from Chilton Place to the north. The village of Ash is situated in a beautiful part of rural Kent with picturesque walks in all directions and is located approximately 9 miles from the Cathedral City of Canterbury and approximately 4 miles from the historic Cinque Port town of Sandwich. Ash is a prosperous village with a range of local shops, a library, 2 x village pubs, one is a gastro pub, a doctor's surgery and two well-regarded primary schools. An excellent bus service links Ash to both Canterbury and Sandwich. Sandwich Railway Station also provides a high speed train service to London and therefore puts Ash within commuter distance of the Capital.
A compact three storey two bedroom semi-detached cottage in the heart of the village and away from the main village high street. Downstairs is an open plan room combining the kitchen with the living area which has an open fireplace with woodburning stove. The stairs lead up out of one corner to the first floor landing where there is the second bedroom which is a “L” shaped single room with good recess for wardrobes etc, and a shower room/WC. The second floor has a small double bedroom to one end and a storage cupboard/wardrobe to the other. The cottage has a certain charm, a pretty outlook to the front, uPVC double glazed windows and a gas central heating system with boiler and radiators. There is no onwards chain.
Open Plan KItchen/Living Room
17' 9'' x 11' 7'' (5.41m x 3.53m)
"L" shaped room 11' 6'' x 11' 11'' (3.50m x 3.63m) at the max points
5' 8'' x 5' 8'' (1.73m x 1.73m)
11' 4'' max narroweing to 10' 7 min x 10' 1'' (3.45m x 3.07m)
With no garden to the rear or side, the property benefits from a crazy paved patio garden to the front of the cottage, partially screened from the lane, where there is room for a table a chairs under the living room and kitchen windows and space to one corner for a timber shed. A garden gate leads from here out on to the lane with some parking spaces to one side available on a first come first served basis for residents only. A footpath leads to the north of the lane emerging out a short distance away on Chilton Place where there is more street parking available.