Offers in the region of £900,000
Ickham Oast is an impressive Grade II Listed former Oast house which sits back from the road. Internally there's a sympathetic balance between old and new, with exposed beams, engineered oak flooring and double-glazed casement windows. To the ground floor boasts an impressive sitting room and dining room, along with the family room and kitchen which are within the roundels, there is also a study, utility/boot room and WC. To the first floor are four double bedrooms, two are within the roundels having en suites and study areas. To the second floor is the master bedroom suite with a range of built-in wardrobes, vaulted ceilings and two roundels housing the Jacuzzi bathroom, dressing room/gym and steam shower. FEATURES - Entrance Hall, wood panelling to walls, stairs to first floor and beamed ceiling - WC with hand basin - Sitting room, central feature fireplace with log effect gas fire, wealth of beams and engineered oak flooring glass panelled doors open through to the dining area. - Dining room, engineered oak flooring, exposed brickwork to the roundels, hop press - Family room, within the roundel, - Kitchen, within the roundel, range of base and wall mounted cabinets, range cooker, ceramic tiled flooring, stable door leads to the garden. - Study, vaulted ceiling with Velux windows. - Utility/Boot room, stable door that opens to the front of the property, separate WC - First floor Landing - Four double bedrooms, two are within the roundels with the en-suites and studies areas. - Family bathroom - Master bedroom Suite - South facing garden - Parking SITUATION Ickham Oast House is situated in the highly sought after and beautiful village of Ickham with its fine period buildings, lovely church and popular Duke William village public house/ restaurant. The surrounding countryside provides lovely walks along the Little Stour River and the Lakes at Seaton, a haven for birdwatchers. The picturesque village of Wickhambreaux is nearby and the larger villages of Littlebourne and Wingham, a mile or so away, provide a good selection of local shops and amenities including primary schools, local shops, pubs, restaurants, post office. The Cathedral City of Canterbury with its cultural interests, excellent shopping centre and wide range of schools in both the private and state sectors, colleges and universities is about 5 miles. High speed train services run from Canterbury West to London St. Pancras in just under an hour, the Channel Tunnel Terminal at Folkestone and the Port of Dover provide regular cross Channel services to France. There is a wide choice of sporting facilities with the home of Kent Cricket at the spitfire ground in Canterbury a good selection of golf courses in the area and the Polo Farm Sports Club nearby, Fishing and water sport can be found along the coast. OUTSIDE The south facing paved rear garden is 32 x 22 ft and enjoys lovely direct views out over the meadow and farmland. The front is accessed off ''The Street' via white five bar gates. We understand the property owns the drive, the adjoining other four properties have a ''right of way' and their own parking spaces. DIRECTIONS Leave Canterbury on the New Dover Road and after about 200 yards turn left at the traffic lights onto the A257 Sandwich Road, proceed for nearly 4 miles into the centre of Littlebourne and turn left into Nargate Street, signed Wickhambreaux. Heading straight for about 0.9 of a mile and turn right into Drill Lane, signed Duke William & Ickham turn right at the T-junction into The Street and proceed past the Duke William pub where the property will be found on the right via five bar gate. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: all main services are connected - Local Authority: Canterbury city council - Council Tax band (2020/21): F - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.
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