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If you are a first time buyer, someone looking to down size or wanting that next great investment then this house should tick a lot of boxes. Situated in a sought after position within St Michael’s and hidden away off the beaten track you will find this gem. Within walking distance, you have all the amenities you will need from a choice of two local restaurants, a general store, pub, garage, butchers and Post Office.This is a charming cottage full of character and is believed to be approximately two hundred years old. You access the property over a good size front garden with a quaint gravel seating area, rustic brick path leading straight to the front door, lead light windows finish the look, this really is a pretty house.Once inside you will see that the lounge is a fantastic room full of period features like exposed beams and a wonderful open fireplace, with brick surround making a striking focal point. The period feel continues throughout. The kitchen is really modern and works so well against the back drop of this character cottage. It is fitted with white units and black work surfaces this will be the envy of all your friends and family. Leading from the kitchen you have the conservatory, this could make a great formal dining room or study. This room is so flexible you can use it for whatever your need are. Upstairs the lovely double bedroom is with fitted wardrobes and views across the front garden. The bathroom is just beautiful with a modern suite including a beautiful roll top bath.What the Owner says:
I bought this cottage as it was something I could put my own stamp on it, it was a project. Since owning it I have put on a new roof, new weather boarding, flooring throughout, new kitchen, bathroom suite, landscaped the garden, you name it I have done it.The location has really worked, so close to the shops and walking distance of Tenterden High Street, what more do you need. Room sizes:Entrance PorchLounge: 11'9 x 9'9 (3.58m x 2.97m)Kitchen: 11'10 x 7'9 (3.61m x 2.36m)Conservatory: 10'0 x 7'7 (3.05m x 2.31m)LandingBedroom 1: 10'4 x 10'0 (3.15m x 3.05m)BathroomGarden to Front
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