Set within the delightful village of Boughton Lees in row of six pretty cottages which all boast stunning views across the north downs. Prospect cottage is brimming with period features such as original fireplace, exposed brick, and latch doors. The property also benefits from off road parking and a beautiful 150ft rear garden with a spacious wood cabin.
There is a welcoming entrance as you step into the sitting room, a charming, exposed brick chimney breast encompasses a wood burning stove.
The living space is open plan, and this flows beautifully into the dining room with an exposed beam which gives some division between the two rooms. Wood panelling adds another depth of character, the space under the stairs has been opened up to create a reading corner with an array of bookshelves.
The kitchen sits adjacent to the dining room and has a selection of traditional style floor and wall units, which are arranged around a double oven, hob, and extractor fan these are complemented by attractive stone tiles.
To the rear of the property a small utility room with access to the garden. From this lobby area there is a well-appointed family bathroom.
A latch door from the dining room opens into a wood panelled stairwell which rises to a galleried landing and leads to three generously proportioned bedrooms. The main bedroom has fitted wardrobes, an attractive period fireplace and offers stunning views over the rolling countryside.
To the front of the property there is an attractive front garden and parking space for one car, this could be extended to allow for additional parking. Steppingstones and a few steps lead you to the front door and there is also access to the side of the garden through a wrought iron gate.
The garden has a large patio area which is home to a wooden shed and a seating area. This leads onto a beautifully established mature garden with an array of shrubs. flowers and fruit trees. At the end of the garden a wooden summer cabin makes a perfect home office or hobby room, electricity has been installed but needs to be reconnected. Behind the wood cabin there is a secret garden which leads onto a spring fed brook.
The picturesque village of Boughton lees sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with the North Downs as a backdrop.
This extremely well-connected village benefits from rail services to Ashford International, Canterbury and London St Pancras International door to door in 51 minutes. Ashford international station offers direct access to the continent connecting with Paris, Disney Land (Marne La Vallee), Brussels, Lille, and Marseille.
Boughton Lees is a village in the civil parish of Boughton Aluph, Ashford District, Kent, England. It stands on the main Ashford-Faversham road, just over 3 miles north of Ashford.
The village church is Saint Christopher's Church, while the nearby All Saints Church, Boughton Aluph is the venue for the Stour Music Festival. Cricket has been played on the village green, The Lees, for over 200 years. The Eastwell Manor, a country-house hotel, is situated on the edge of the village in Eastwell Park.
Wye close by is well served by a range of shops including Co-Op, artisan bakers, butcher, newsagent, and chemist. The village also benefits from Doctors, Dentist, and physiotherapist.
The Lady Joanna Thornhill primary school boasts an Outstanding grading by Ofsted and is the main feeder school to the Wye Free School now in its 3rd year. Excellent private schools are also close to hand as are the Grammar Schools in Ashford.
Wider afield Ashford offers excellent recreational facilities with the Eureka Park offering a selection of restaurants. The development also includes Bannatyne Health Club & Spa, Cineworld and Travelodge. The McArthurGlen Designer Outlet is undergoing massive expansion to double the size of this major retail attraction.