A charming cottage overlooking the river and countryside in the desirable village and Conservation Area of Patrixbourne with a touch of history as the original village bakery is in the garden, this property has plenty of character.
Listed cottage built in the 18th Century, this attractive property forms part of a pair of semi detached cottages in this picturesque hamlet of Patrixbourne.
It is surprisingly spacious with three bedrooms, and is now waiting for a new owner to come in and completely modernise the property, this really is a project for someone to undertake.
Throughout the property there are plenty of windows streaming light through and original features, so the cottage already has a cosy feel, but is surprisingly spacious.
Enter into the living area, which is of a good size, where there is plenty of room for sofas, chairs and a dining table. At the rear of the property is a small kitchen and back door to the garden. Also on the ground floor is the bathroom and a double bedroom.
Upstairs there are two further bedrooms, one overlooking the rear garden and the main to the front overlooking the local countryside.
Outside there is a lovely cottage garden, and a shed. However, the great additional feature is the small original village bakery, which sits to the rear of the house and would make a super workshop to carry on enjoying this space.
Patrixbourne is a popular village just a few miles from Canterbury. Nearby there is St Marys Baptist Church, Bridge Health Centre and Essentially Hops with the popular Mama Feelgood eatery and food shop.
A short drive from Canterbury's City Centre where there is a large range of shopping facilities, restaurants and of course the Marlowe Theatre. The nearby village of Bridge retains a number of conveniences, including a butchers, Post Office and popular primary school, whilst Bekesbourne has a veterinary surgery.
Canterbury is well served by other amenities including a wealth of high-achieving schools and two mainline stations to London, with the High Speed rail link from Canterbury West taking just under the hour (59 minutes) and excellent access to the coastal ports of Dover and Folkestone. The property also benefits from good access to the A2/M2 corridor and Sandwich.