GUIDE PRICE £325,000 - £345,000.
Beautiful family home in the popular village of Hamstreet. Stylish kitchen with integrated appliances. 3 double bedrooms, en-suite to main bedroom & allocated off road parking.
This stunning family cottage in the vibrant village of Hamstreet, comes to the market 4 years after it's conversion. The building was originally built in the 1860s and was converted to a dwelling in 2017. The current owners have further modified the house bringing it in line with stylish and fashionable living. There is allocated parking to the rear of the property which leads you to enter the property via the back. The entrance hall gives access to the downstairs cloakroom and is a perfect space for boots after a countryside stroll. The gorgeous kitchen is excellent in every way. There is an array of wall and base units under solid wood worktops. The integrated appliances include a fridge freezer, a dishwasher and a washing machine. There is a built in electric oven and hob with an extractor hood over. The kitchen has the French doors that lead out onto the courtyard, perfect for entertaining. The engineered oak flooring runs throughout the ground floor and leads to the stylish and beautifully lit dual aspect living/dining room. There is a log burner in this room and plenty of space for both dining and living room furniture. Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms. The main bedroom has the advantage of an en-suite shower room and a dressing area with built in wardrobes. The guest bedroom has built in storage and a cute box window with seating, perfect for reading a book or watching the world go by from the window. The third double bedroom is currently used as a work from home space that so many of us require at the moment. Completing the property is the recently refurbished family shower room with stylish and modern fittings.
The Kentish village of Hamstreet is affectionately known as the gateway to the marsh', being located six miles south of Ashford where the ridge of clay hills meets the flat expanses of Romney Marsh, an area once awash with smuggling. Three long distance footpaths pass through the village; one follows the peaceful banks of the Royal Military Canal - the UK's third longest defensive structure, and two pass through the expansive woodland that is Hamstreet Woods. A second area of public woodland is located northeast of the village at Orlestone Forest. Orlestone is the original location of the village - now just a hamlet. The village has an array of local amenities including a shop with a post office, The Dukes Head pub, The Cosy Kettle tearoom and an Indian restaurant. There is a railway station with links to Ashford International and Hastings. Ashford International has high speed links to London St Pancras in just 37 minutes. Hamstreet primary school is within walking distance of the property, and regular buses run to and from Ashford town centre with a fantastic selection of secondary schools.
The rear garden is south westerly catching a lot of the sunshine throughout the day. The garden has been landscaped and paved for ease of maintenance. This courtyard style garden is perfect for outside entertaining and alfresco dining. There is an outside tap, ideal for washing off the muddy boots and a gate for access out to the allocated off road parking space.
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