**NO CHAIN**This handsome, bay fronted detached 1930's house has been extended over the years to create a versatile, five bedroom home with beautiful far reaching rural, views to the side and rear. Rose Marie sits on the end of a row of detached properties just to the south of Chartham Hatch in the beautiful North Downs and boasts extensive driveway parking, a detached garage, a heated outdoor pool and is available with no onward chain.
A half glazed UPVC door opens to a generous porch with plenty of room for shoes and coats. A further part glazed front door opens to a long entrance hallway. With the stairs to the first floor ahead, to the left a door opens to the living room. Beyond this the hallway opens out to give access to the guest suite/gym, a utility room and the kitchen dining room.
Original stripped wood flooring flows throughout the hallway and into the living room. With a beautiful, curved bay window and a charming window seat, the room also benefits from a 26kW wood burner, set into a handsome exposed brickwork wall. Bespoke wooden framed, fully glazed bi-folding doors open to the rear to the kitchen dining room.
Spanning the rear of the house the kitchen has a great range of rustic, natural wood units with an extensive black granite work surface, a Butler sink and recently serviced dual fuel Aga. Double Velux windows flood the dining area with natural light, whilst French doors from here open to the rear gardens decking.
The kitchen gives access back into the entrance hallway. A useful built-in storage cupboard on the left has the utility room adjacent. With base units and work surface with its own sink, the utility room also houses the boiler and gives access to the driveway to the side and the guest suite shower room. The guest room is currently used as gym and has a double glazed window to the front, built in storage as well an en-suite shower room with basin and wc.
The first floor landing gives access to the main bedroom, the study and a double bedroom to the left. Steps down to the right lead to the family bathroom, a further double bedroom to the front, the airing cupboard and a good sized bedroom to the rear.
The splendid sized main bedroom also benefits from a wonderful bay window with a lovely curved window seat, plus an additional window to the front. There is also an en-suite shower room with wc and rustic vanity unit with basin. There are a further two double bedrooms to the rear, with breathtaking views of the surrounding rolling countryside, one with built in storage. The study benefit from the same vista and has a fitted desk and storage.
The front garden is approx. 40ft long, with a large driveway, providing parking for at least seven cars, sweeping down to a detached garage with power and light on the right hand side of the property. There is also access to the utility room and a power type 1 car charging point. Steps down from the drive lead to the porch. To the front of the house the lawn terminates in a raised bank with established bushes and trees.
The rear garden is approx. 130ft long. A raised decked area spans the rear of the house giving access to the drive via a substantial side gate. A gate from the decking opens to a heated above ground swimming pool. Steps down from the decking lead to an L shaped lawn with established trees and bushes to the right and a low fence to the rear providing uninterrupted rural views. Screened solar panels are nestled in with mature bushes to the left.
Rose Marie is situated on Hatch Lane, between beautiful villages of Chartham and Chartham Hatch.
Chartham has a mainline railway station for easy access to Canterbury, Ashford and the high speed links to London and Europe. Chartham also has a doctors surgery, primary school and a village store and post office.
The pretty village of Chartham Hatch, near Howfield Manor, is a small hamlet of around 200 houses situated approximately five miles south west of the bustling cathedral city of Canterbury. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside, farmland and also has apple and pear orchards close by. The village hall, which is in the centre of the village, was formerly the village school. It is an ideal situation for those wanting a quiet place to live but to be within easy reach of a large town.
Nearby Canterbury offers an excellent range of amenities and these include primary and secondary schools in both the state and private sector, three universities, two hospitals (one of which is private) and two railway stations. It also has a good selection of shopping facilities, including high street and independent retailers, lovely parks and gardens, restaurants, pubs and leisure facilities.
The market town of Ashford (approx. 12 miles) also provides excellent shopping, recreational and educational amenities along with a high speed rail service which reaches London St Pancras in approximately 38 minutes from Ashford International Station. 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 (approx. 20 miles) provides a regular shuttle service to the Continent, whilst the Port of Dover (approx. 19 miles) also provides regular ferry crossings to the Continent.
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