3 bed Detached House
Elliott Cottage, Luddenham
Offers In The Region Of £475,000 to £485,000. This charming detached period cottage, built in a mellow brick with pale grey weatherboarding, is well presented throughout, has many lovely original features and is situated in a quiet, rural setting less than 2 miles from the bustling market town of Faversham.
The front stable door opens into a small brick entrance hall. To the left is a large coats cupboard, whilst the right leads into a snug area with brick flooring and a decorative cast iron radiator. This then widens out into a delightful kitchen/breakfast room.
This has been fitted with a good range of modern base and wall units set around solid wood surfaces, integrated appliances and a brick floor, whilst a glazed door opens out to the rear garden.
From here there is a tongue and grooved stable door that leads into a delightfully light and airy sitting room, with a triple aspect with stunning views over the surrounding countryside. There are two exposed brick fireplaces both with wood burning stoves, hand forged Iron wall lights, stripped floor boards and double glazed French doors opening out on to a decked patio area.
A wooden striped staircase takes you to a pleasant landing with a feature exposed brick wall, oak beams and stripped floorboards. The landing leads to three bedrooms, two doubles, one small double, a storage cupboard and a large family bathroom.
The master bedroom is dual aspect with views over the rambling countryside, wrought iron style wall lights, an cast iron fire place, a built in wardrobe and stripped floorboards.
The second bedroom is another good size double with views to the front of the property, a cast iron radiator, a good size built in cupboard and access to the loft.
The family bathroom is a generous size, with a window that overlooks the rear garden and benefits from both a shower cubicle and a free standing slipper bath, toilet and basin, part tiling to the walls, cast iron radiator and stripped floorboards.
Elliott Cottage is situated on a little country lane which provides a good degree of privacy. It has front and rear gardens with sleeper raised beds planted up with many different types of flowering shrubs.
There is a brick pathway that leads to the front door and this opens out to a small seating area overlooking the front lawn. The rear garden has a raised decking area with a wooden hand rail and steps down onto the lawn.
At the end is a single detached garage and off road parking for two cars.
Elliott Cottage is nestled on a rural nothrough country lane, in a peaceful setting surrounded by beautiful farmland and countryside.
The peaceful and wide spread hamlet of Luddenham is situated about two miles north of the bustling market town of Faversham and is surrounded by some truly beautiful farmland. The hamlet is served by a good local primary school, the Grade l Listed Church of St. Mary and a butcher selling locally reared meats. The surrounding area has numerous footpaths and is ideal for those who enjoy rambling and the great outdoors.
The creek side hamlet of Conyer (approx. three miles) has a good public house which serves hot food, The Ship Inn, and two marinas and is ideal for those who enjoy sailing. The nearby hamlet of Oare(less than two miles) also has a marina and two public houses, The Three Mariners and The Castle. Oare Marshes are an internationally important nature reserve and ideal for those who enjoy birdwatching as they play host to a variety of species of migrating birds.
The village of Teynham is about two and half miles away and has a wider range of local services including a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants, a library, a primary school, a doctor and a mainline station. The nearby market town of Faversham has a wide range of high street shops and independent retailers which adorn its attractive high street and its bustling market square.
The town also offers excellent leisure facilities with an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a cinema, a large park and recreation ground, a museum and numerous pubs and restaurants. It has a good selection of primary schools and two secondary schools, one of which being the renowned Queen Elizabeth Grammar School.
Faversham has a mainline railway station with a regular service to London Victoria, Cannon Street and Charing Cross and a high speed rail link to London St. Pancras. The nearby M2 motorway gives excellent and fast access to London and the Cathedral City of Canterbury.
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