141 The Street, Boughton-under-Blean

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 1 Receptions

A charming Victorian, end of terrace cottage in the delightful village of Boughton-under-Blean. With two double bedrooms, an open plan…

Key features

  • Charming Victorian End Of Terrace Cottage
  • Many Beautiful Period Features
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Bright Open Plan Living/Dining Space
  • Good Sized South Facing Rear Garden
  • Within Easy Reach Of Local Amenities
  • Sought After Village Location
  • No Onward Chain
  • Ideal First Time Buy Or Investment Property

Full property description

A charming Victorian, end of terrace cottage in the delightful village of Boughton-under-Blean. With two double bedrooms, an open plan living space and a south facing garden, the property also has some lovely period features, including exposed beams and brickwork, original floorboards and a vaulted ceiling in one of the bedrooms.

A solid wooden front door opens from The Street into a spacious, double aspect open plan sitting room/dining space. To the front of the room a double glazed window provides natural light and a view of The Street. Exposed brick and beam work is tastefully revealed and stands in contrast to the cottage’s warming plasterwork, giving a lovely rustic feel to the place.

Central to the room there is a splendid, subtle, wrought iron and wood spiral staircase to the second floor. A small step up, takes one to the sitting room area towards the rear of the living space. There is a double glazed window to the side and some useful recessed shelving set into back wall of the room.

A door from the sitting room takes one into a bright and pleasant kitchen space. As you enter, to the left there is a tasteful half panelled, half painted brickwork wall with exposed beams, whilst on the right the door to the shower room. With hardwearing ceramic tile effect laminate flooring the kitchen has a range of wall and base units with roll top worksurface and a breakfast bar. There is also a gas hob with an extractor overhead as well as the boiler and space for white goods. A double glazed window overlooks the rear garden, with a part glazed door next to it providing access.

The shower room has a generous double shower, with a wonderful fanlight providing natural light. There is also a WC and basin and a lovely, tiled floor.

On the first floor a small galleried landing, with attractive wooden panelling, gives access via stripped wooden doors to two characterful, double bedrooms. The room to the rear has a fantastic, vaulted ceiling with original beams as well as access to loft storage space. There is also a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.

The front bedroom is a splendid sized double with beautiful original floorboards and a large built in storage cupboard. The room also benefits from attractive traditional plastering and exposed beams with a window to the front overlooking the handsome buildings of The Street.


To the rear of the kitchen a good sized, decked area is flanked on the left by a beautiful, old red brick wall and terminates with a raised flower bed and steps down to a path on the left. Further raised beds flank the path with a mature palm tree, established bamboo area and a pond. Beyond this there is a useful patio area with a green house and a storage shed.


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.

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.

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