Situated in a quiet desirable lane within the village of Nonington. The village itself offers a number of amenities including a popular primary school, hall, cricket ground, garage and children’s park. The surrounding countryside forms part of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty over which there is a wealth of walks, rides and cycle routes. There is also a regular bus service running through the village. A little further distant via the A2 to the north-west will be found the historic cathedral City of Canterbury and, to the south-east, the Channel Port of Dover. Each offers a wide range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities, together with high speed main line train services to London with the travel time to St Pancras being some 60 minutes. A little further afield will be found Eurotunnel and Eurostar connections, providing direct and easy access deep into Europe.
A character village cottage ideal as a first or investment purchase or to suit those seeking a weekend country bolt-hole or a permanent residence for a mature couple. The property is well presented having been recently decorated throughout. The ground floor has a sitting room at the front, modern white bathroom in the centre and spacious kitchen/diner at the rear with space and plumbing provided for appliances under the work-surfaces. A nearly new gas cooker is in situ. Space for dining table and chairs to one end. Upstairs are two double bedrooms (one may be a large single) one of which has superb views to the rear along the garden and out over the fields behind. Gas central heating and uPVC double glazed windows throughout.
12' 10'' x 10' 5'' (3.91m x 3.17m)
7' 10'' x 7' 2'' (2.39m x 2.18m)
12' 9'' x 7' 9'' (3.88m x 2.36m)
First Floor Landing
10' 5'' x 9' 5'' (3.17m x 2.87m)
10' 5'' x 7' 10'' (3.17m x 2.39m)
The rear garden is approx 100’ long and well stocked to either side with mature planting to the borders either side of the narrow central lawn with small pond, eating apple tree and timber garden shed at the far end. A paved patio sits behind the house from where there are views to the countryside beyond the garden. At the far end of the garden is a further patio opening onto farmland.
Parking at the house is on the lane/street only, with a number of the cottages here using a good section of the lane just to the north of the houses where the verge is wide enough to easily park, with no restrictions.