Published: 00:00, 30 May 2014
| Updated: 09:09, 30 May 2014
Oast Cottage is a delightful attached oast conversion, dating back to 1805, with generous proportions and many period features throughout. The four-bedroom detached property is set in three-quarters of an acre of beautiful garden.
The four-bedroom detached home is in three-quarters of an acre of gardens and on a quiet country lane with views over farmland and countryside.
It is one of five homes formed around an original Elizabethan manor house. The area is surrounded by countryside, with outstanding views in all directions. The nearby villages of Hoath and Chislet both offer local services, such as primary schools and pubs.
The living room has a beamed ceiling, exposed brickwork, open studwork and a wood burning stove effect gas fire.
An inner hallway leads to a dining room with exposed brickwork, a beamed ceiling, an exposed brick chimney breast with an inset wood store and a wood burning stove.
Beyond this is a fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a superb range of fitted wall and floor units set around oak and black granite work surfaces, a Belfast sink, integrated stainless steel NEFF appliances and a ceramic tiled floor.
There is a separate 16ft dining room, with fireplace and a downstairs cloakroom.
On the first floor is a large landing which leads to the master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite. The second bedroom and a family bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle are also on this floor.
On the second floor, there are two more bedrooms, with beamed ceilings and outstanding views.
The plot is predominantly laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees and is completely enclosed by beech and hawthorn hedging.
A long driveway provides parking for numerous cars.
A large paved patio area is a lovely space for entertaining and a wood store and timber shed provide outdoor storage.
For more information, ring the agent on 01227 752617.
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