Warehorne, Ashford

Bed icon  4    Bath icon  1    receptions icon  2

Guide Price £675,000

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  • Charming detached Grade II Listed cottage
  • Period features throughout / 2 inglenooks
  • Beautiful 4 double bedroom accommodation
  • Established mature cottage gardens
  • Outbuilding with potential (stpp)
  • Timber cart lodge style double garage
  • Semi-rural location / countryside views
  • Tenterden and Ashford approx. 7 miles distant
  • High speed rail link at Ashford

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This lovely 4 double bedroom detached period property, with its beautiful mature cottage gardens, useful outbuilding with separate annexe potential (stpp) and double cart lodge style garage, must be viewed to be fully appreciated.

BOOT ROOM / STUDY 11' 2" x 10' 6" (3.4m x 3.2m) This useful area, which looks out on and has access to the garden is currently being used as a boot room, but would work equally well as a study or utility area. Built-in cupboard provides a good amount of storage. Feature fireplace. Window to rear. Doors to cloak room, dining room and kitchen / breakfast room.

CLOAKROOM 6' 2" x 5' 5 max" (1.88m x 1.65m) Consists of a concealed cistern w.c, wash hand basin, space and plumbing for a washing machine. Cupboard housing water tank. Window to rear.

DINING ROOM 16' 0" x 13' 0 max" (4.88m x 3.96m) With its beautiful inglenook fireplace, this room is the perfect place for evening entertaining or cosy nights by the fire. A lobby area serves to connect this room with the sitting room. Parquet flooring. Window to front. NB: Although not used at present, the front door opens into the lobby area.

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM 22' 0" x 10' 5 max" (6.71m x 3.18m) With its beautiful shaker-style country kitchen, feature brick floor, fireplace with wood burner and views over the cottage garden beyond, this warm, welcoming room is truly the heart of this home. The kitchen has a range of base units, drawers and cupboards with granite worktops and butler sink. Bosch electric double oven and five ring gas hob with extractor above. Bosch fridge freezer. Integrated dishwasher. Space for table and chairs. Stable door and windows to rear. A door and open space with bespoke wood sill link this room with the sitting room.

SITTING ROOM 19' 3" x 12' 11 max" (5.87m x 3.94m) This spacious room with its' impressive inglenook fireplace exudes warmth. Two good size windows to the front make this room light and bright. NB: Although at present the inglenook serves as a cosy place to sit and relax, we are advised by the vendor that it is in working order, subject of course to the necessary inspections. Staircase to first floor.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING This long landing is wonderfully characterful with the painted chimney breast making an interesting feature. A cubby hole at the top of the stairs has been cleverly adapted to make built in drawers.

BEDROOM 1 19' 8" x 9' 8 max" (5.99m x 2.95m) A beautiful, spacious bedroom with bags of character, feature fireplace and two windows to the front giving views over the countryside beyond. Door to inner lobby.

INNER LOBBY 5' 4" x 5' 4 max" (1.63m x 1.63m) At present, this space is used for storage and gives access via two wooden ladders to the attic rooms above. It opens into bedroom 2.

BEDROOM 2 13' 4" x 10' 6" (4.06m x 3.2m) Light, bright double bedroom with much character and feature fireplace. Window to front.

BEDROOM 3 13' 2" x 10' 10 max" (4.01m x 3.3m) Currently set up with twin beds, this spacious room has a good amount of bespoke built-in storage. Window to rear overlooking garden. Loft hatch.

BEDROOM 4 11' 11" x 11' 2 max" (3.63m x 3.4m) A double bedroom with recessed open storage and window to the rear.

BATHROOM 12' 1" x 7' 10 max" (3.68m x 2.39m) A modern traditional style bathroom comprising: freestanding claw footed roll top bath with mixer tap and hand held shower attachment, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level w.c. Chrome heated towel rail. Obscure glazed window to rear. Stained floorboards.

SECOND FLOOR One half of the loft space has been converted into two pretty attic rooms, both of which give access to eaves storage (unmeasured). Please see floor plan for dimensions. NB: These are at present accessed via unfixed wooden ladders from the lobby area on the first floor.

OUTSIDE To the front of the cottage is a generous sized garden bounded by a mature hedge which gives a good degree of privacy. A gated shared driveway at the side of the property leads to the timber cart lodge Double Garage which has two sets of double doors. A gate at the side of the garage takes you through to a beautiful mature cottage garden which provides a spacious oasis of privacy, calm and relaxation and is completely in keeping with the character of the property. A brick patio situated at the back of the house makes an ideal setting for al fresco dining. In addition, there is a veggie garden and greenhouse for those who really want to live "The Good Life", secret areas, bridges and beautiful climbing trees for those who like to explore, and wildlife aplenty for nature lovers.
Agents note: We understand that the lay-by to the front of the house provides non-restricted off-street parking. The gated access and driveway to the garage is owned by the adjacent property, North Barn, but the occupants of Bluebell Cottage have a right of access over it at all times.

OUTBUILDING This useful outbuilding which is divided into two spaces, has been partly converted and is at present used as a utility area cum boot room and craft studio. There is also a dog kennel attached at the rear. It is located in the garden to the side of the house and offers much potential for further development, subject of course to the necessary permissions. See floor plan for dimensions.

SERVICES Mains water, electric and drainage. Oil fired central heating. LPG gas to five ring hob in kitchen. EPC: Exempt. Local Authority: Ashford Borough Council.

DIRECTIONS From our office in Tenterden, proceed along the A28 towards St Michaels, turning right into Beacon Oak Road and then left at the small crossroads towards Woodchurch on the B2067. Continue on the B2067 past The Rare Breeds Centre and through Kenardington. Bluebell Cottage can be found on this road on the left hand side a short way before the turning to Warehorne Village (Church Road) on the right hand side.
Floorplan for Warehorne, Ashford

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