This home offers much more than you may first think; lovely bedrooms, a study/office, two reception rooms, garage, off road parking and a great garden!
Positioned within the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this flint and brick cottage sits between Hythe and Canterbury on the renowned Stone Street, a former Roman Road that originally connected Canterbury to Lympne. In Roman times Lympne was a port overlooking an area of sea that was subsequently drained and formed Romney Marsh.
One of the joys of living here is the breadth of landscapes you can easily explore, from woodland, to rolling countryside, to beaches, the Chalk Cliffs and Nature Reserves around Dover to the unique environments of Romney Marsh and of Dungeness.
A delightful garden is also one of the striking features of this intriguing and unusual cottage.
Part flint, part brick the house has a charming appeal visually and surprised us with the amount of space it provides outside, with the parking and the garage too.
Inside it is a cottage, one that has been extended to form unique accommodation with an intimate feel. Fireplaces provide a homely character, the sitting room opens onto the garden that stretches away from you and basks in a westerly aspect, perfect for soaking up the afternoon and evening sun.
Two rooms downstairs give freedom to live with and use space in a variety of ways. Upstairs there are two lovely bedrooms and a third room that makes a super study/office space.
The garden is dog friendly and a network of footpaths can be accessed to explore the surrounding countryside; walk to Stelling Minnis, Bossingham or to Yockletts Bank Nature Reserve, a site known for its orchids.
Canterbury West Station is less than six miles away and provides commuter train services and High-Speed Link to London.
There is a lovely life to be enjoyed here.Get in touch if you like this home.