Bekesbourne Hill, Bekesbourne

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£235,000 Freehold

Marketed by our Sandwich office

Call 01304 612197 and quote 12342361.


Main Features

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Receptions
  • 1 Bathrooms

Description

A charming country cottage and gardens, offering great scope in an idyllic setting.

Kitchen, sitting/dining room, two bedrooms, shower, separate WC, three separate outside spaces. No onward chain. EPC Rating: D

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Full Description

Situation

Bekebourne is a charming village which is surrounded by farmland and countryside providing good walking, riding and cycling as well as a mainline railway station which connects to the high speed rail services from Canterbury West to London St. Pancras.  The nearby villages of Bridge and Littlebourne provide a comprehensive range of amenities including mini-supermarket, butcher, post office, pharmacy, dentist and hairdressers.  There are three public houses in the village of Bridge, a modern health centre and popular local primary schools.  The cathedral city of Canterbury is easily accessible and provides a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and educational establishments. 

The Property

Accessed via a pedestrian walkway this charming country cottage, nestled within a terrace of four, is tucked away from view and boasts three separate garden areas and an idyllic location. Being sold for the first time since the 1950's this much loved modest family home provides an exciting opportunity for anyone seeking a project. A stable door opens into the kitchen whilst a shower room lies adjacent. To rear the sitting/dining room enjoys a fireplace with multi-fuel burner and French doors opening to the rear courtyard and the delightful views beyond. An enclosed staircase leads to the first floor where two double bedrooms are serviced by a cloakroom/WC, Both bedrooms have built in storage cupboards, with bedroom two also having a wash hand basin.

Kitchen

10' 0'' x 8' 11'' (3.05m x 2.72m)

Shower Room

5' 8'' x 3' 1'' (1.73m x 0.94m)

Sitting Room

12' 3'' x 9' 9'' (3.73m x 2.97m) extending to 13'7 '' (4.14m)

Garden

14' 5'' x 13' 1'' (4.39m x 3.98m)

First Floor

Bedroom One

11' 1'' x 9' 11'' (3.38m x 3.02m)

Bedroom Two

13' 8'' x 9' 4'' (4.16m x 2.84m)

WC

5' 7'' x 2' 6'' (1.70m x 0.76m)

Outside

From Bekesbourne Hill a pedestrian walkway can be seen, signposted Newport's Cottages. To the front of the cottage is a paved courtyard garden bordered by planted beds. A path leads along the front of the neighbouring cottages to a brick built coal store and beyond to a separate enclosed former cottage garden with timber garden shed and overgrown flower borders. From the sitting/dining room lies a private rear paved courtyard, a tranquil space enjoying a south-easterly aspect and a pleasant outlook over the neighbouring countryside.

Services

Mains electric, water and drainage are understood to be connected to the property.