IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES, WE REMAIN OPEN AND ARE ABLE TO FACILITATE PROPERTY VIEWINGS UNDER STRICT COVID-SECURE PROCEDURES. A delightful three bedroom detached Victorian cottage with parking and a beautiful secluded, south-facing, garden. This charming, cosy dwelling ... Read more
IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES, WE REMAIN OPEN AND ARE ABLE TO FACILITATE PROPERTY VIEWINGS UNDER STRICT COVID-SECURE PROCEDURES. A delightful three bedroom detached Victorian cottage with parking and a beautiful secluded, south-facing, garden. This charming, cosy dwelling sits on the gentle curve of Colonels Lane, within easy access of the many amenities of the village and with fantastic country walks accessed from the field behind the property.
With its crisp, white painted brick work, double pitched roof and three red brick chimneys, Chestnut Cottage has character and presence from the outset. Entered from the street via a solid, dark wood front door, one enters directly into a homely sitting room with an attractive, exposed brick fireplace and wood framed window looking out to Colonels Lane.
A solid wood, ledge farmhouse door takes one to the foot of the stairs on the left. Straight ahead, another rustic, solid wood door opens to a welcoming living room which opens onto the well-appointed upvc double glazed conservatory, with patio doors to the garden. This generously proportioned living room features its own fireplace, storage with the understairs cupboard and access to the kitchen.
Upon entering the bright and airy kitchen, directly to the right is a fully glazed upvc door to the garden. Next to it, another double glazed window sits in front of the sink. Punctuated by the third chimney breast, this pleasant room has a rustic feel with a range of wall and base units, farmhouse tiled floor and plenty of work surface space.
Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms, a quirky but ample single bedroom with a recessed storage area and the family bathroom.
A shingled, picket fenced area at the front of the property provides off road parking for one car. To the left of this there is generous side access to the rear garden, which measures approximately 77 ft x 47 ft. Directly behind the house a handsome, spacious brick edged patio provides an all weather area to admire the beautiful lawn and established flowerbeds. To the left of the patio is an attractive, detached, red brick, fully functional outside privy. This private, south facing garden is mostly flanked by pleasant mature, bushes and greenery and has a summer house with an attached shed to the rear.
Boughton-under-Blean is three miles east of Faversham and five miles west of the bustling cathedral city of Canterbury. It has an extremely long main street with scores of old buildings either side and is a designated conservation area.
The village benefits from a primary school, a post office which is situated at Woods Garage, hairdressers, several churches and a village stores. There are a range of pubs and restaurants and it has a real community feel. It is situated next to Blean Woods which have been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest and cover more than eleven square miles.
Boughton is close to the A2, which gives easy access to the motorway network, London and coast bound. The village is also well served with a bus route to Faversham and Canterbury. Its neighbouring village Dunkirk has a new village hall, a garden centre, a pub and farm shop. The villages are closely linked and have a real community spirit.
The nearby town of Faversham offers a far wider range of shopping, leisure and recreational amenities, including an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a cinema, a museum and numerous good pubs and restaurants.
The town is served by a good selection of primary schools and two secondary schools, one of which being the renowned Queen Elizabeth Grammar School. Faversham also has a mainline station with a high speed link to London St Pancras in just over an hour.
The sought after seaside town of Whitstable is situated seven miles away and is famous for its seafood and annual oyster festival held at the vibrant harbour and picturesque quayside. The town has a variety of independent shops and boutiques, as well as high street names. There are good local primary and secondary schools, numerous pubs, restaurants, excellent water sports and good leisure facilities.
We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements, floor plans and site plans are a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Fixtures and fittings shown in any photographs are not necessarily included in the sale and need to be agreed with the seller.