Mill Hill, Kingsnorth, Ashford, TN23
Offers in excess of £420,000 Freehold
An unusually spacious detached Colt bungalow set within its own grounds of just under an acre. The gardens are beautifully presented and were designed by the well renowned landscape gardener and author, Anthony du Gard Pasley.
Set amongst the delightful gardens is Birnam, a spacious detached Colt Bungalow, beleived to have been built in the 1960s and is now offered for sale with no forward chain.
The plot extends to approximately 0.8 of an acre and is beautifully stocked with a wide range and variety of trees, plants and flowering shrubs. There are beech and yew hedges and the garden has been noted by Dover District Council under the Historic Parks and Gardens.
The bungalow itself is located on the edge of the village of Woodnesborough, about 2 miles from the Cinque Port town of Sandwich and about 11 miles from the Cathedral City of Canterbury.
Surprisingly large on entering the property from the side porch you walk into a good sized Entrance Hall. From here you proceed to a pleasant Sitting Room which then leads to a light and sunny Garden Room, which also has doors leading to the lovely gardens, bringing the outside into this lovely room.
There is an excellent Dining Room, cleverly separated from the Sitting Room by a fireplace. There is a modern fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room with integrated appliances, including oven, hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer and has a front window which gives an excellent view of a fishpond and water feature. Off this room is a Utility Room with a separate W.C.
In the centre of the bungalow is a long hallway giving access to all four bedrooms, all of which are double in size. The main Bedroom has a walk-in dressing area and en-suite bathroom. The family bathroom completes the accommodation.
Outside the property is approached by a private drive which gives parking for a large number of vehicles and leads to a double garage which gives flexibility of use with a door into the bungalow
There is also a large well kept building with double door entrance to the front and a single door at the back. Parallel to the garden. With electric lighting and approximately (approx 16m x 6m).
The Cinque Port town of Sandwich, with its many medieval buildings, Royal St Georges and Princes Championship Golf Courses, shops and restaurants, is about 2 miles away.
The property has oil fired central heating, secondary double glazing to some windows and a digester drainage system.
* Agents Note:
The roots of an oak tree caused some damage to the Entrance Hall area but this was repaired under an Insurance claim with the works carried out during June 2021. (Further information on request).