£300,000

5 Ashdown Field, Chartham

  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 1 Receptions

A delightful 1990’s mid terrace three-bedroom cottage situated in the popular village of Chartham just five miles from the Cathedral…

Key features

  • A Delightful 1990u00c2u0092s Built Terraced Cottage
  • Three Generously Proportioned Bedrooms
  • Immaculate Condition Throughout
  • Bright & Airy Open Plan Living Area
  • Double Glazed Windows & Doors
  • Potential To Make Further Enhancements
  • Low Maintenance Front & Rear Garden
  • Lovely Village Location With Local School
  • Just Five Miles From The Cathedral City Of Canterbury
  • EPC RATING: C

Full property description

A delightful 1990s mid terrace three-bedroom cottage situated in the popular village of Chartham just five miles from the Cathedral city of Canterbury.

This property has a wonderful layout with separate bedrooms and upstairs bathroom, downstairs is mainly open plan, perfect for a young family. This cottage has recently had new double-glazed windows and doors installed throughout, and the current owner has done a beautiful job of keeping everything in an immaculate condition, however there is potential to modernise and make further enhancements.

The front door is reached by a little garden path surrounded by a picket fence and lawn to the side, a canopy frames the double glazed UPVC door.

A pleasant entrance lobby opens into an open plan living area with sitting room to the front and dining area to the rear which overlooks the attractive garden through the double-glazed door.

The kitchen is separate from the dining area but could easily be integrated to open up this living space allowing the area to feel airy and bright. Floor and wall units are arranged around the stoves cooker and is complemented by ceramic tiles and a Formica work top. The window overlooks the pretty garden beyond.

On the first floor one will find a galleried landing with three generously proportioned bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom. The dcor is simple and immaculate, yet there is potential to improve and update.

OUTSIDE:

To the front of the house a well-kept front garden is bordered by a picket fence, which has a gate that opens onto the garden path.

To the rear of the property a smart 30ft low maintenance garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a small, gravelled seating area and wooden shed perfect for garden tools and bicycles.

There is a lovely community feel along this row of cottages and it is perfectly located for the local primary school and a convenience store which is less than a stones throw from Ashdown fields.

SITUATION:

The ancient village of Chartham is four miles west of the Cathedral City of Canterbury. It is located on the Great Stour river and is surrounded by beautiful countryside and farmland, including apple and pear orchards. It is served by a village hall, a doctors surgery, a village store, a post office, pubs and a primary school.

There is a railway station with easy access to Canterbury, Ashford and the high-speed links to London and Europe. There is also a regular bus service to Canterbury and Ashford and a cycle path runs along the banks of the river Stour all the way into Canterbury.

The nearby cathedral city of Canterbury also has a wide range of amenities, including excellent shopping and leisure facilities, primary and secondary schools as well as three universities, two hospitals and two railway stations. Canterbury also offers excellent leisure facilities, along with a diverse selection of restaurants and international eateries.

The thriving market town of Ashford also offers excellent shopping, recreational and educational amenities, along with a high-speed rail link from Ashford International Station which reaches London St Pancras in just 38 minutes.

The area is very well served by road connections, with the A2/M2 accessible from nearby Canterbury and the M20 (which can be joined at Ashford) both connecting with London and the coast. The Channel Tunnel terminal at Folkestone provides a regular shuttle service to the Continent, whilst the Port of Dover also provides regular ferry crossings to the Continent.





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