Guide price £1,200,000
Wootton Court is a lovely detached period property which dates from around 1750, with later additions. Construction is of attractive Flemish bond brickwork, porch with leaded roof and central doorcase, sash windows, under a tiled roof. The property has been much improved by the current owners and boasts many period features such as attractive inglenook and feature fireplaces, exposed brick walls, beams, high ceilings, picture rails and stripped flooring. This charming period home offers space and flexibility for modern day family living. FEATURES - Entrance Porch, terracotta tiled flooring, entry door. - Entrance Hall, stairs to first floor, picture rail, stripped flooring. - Drawing Room, double aspect with sash windows, cove ceilings, marble feature fireplace, stripped flooring. - Dining Room, double aspect, cast iron feature fireplace with recess either side with storage cupboards and shelving for display. - Sitting Room, inglenook fireplace, high beamed ceiling, exposed brick and beam feature wall, stripped flooring. - Study, attractive fitted book case, picture rails, casement windows to rear. - Utility Room, Butler sink, wooden work surfaces, ceramic tiled flooring. - WC, hand basin, painted wood panelling and ceramic tiled floor. - Cellar, steps down, brick flooring. - Kitchen, range of base and wall mounted cabinets, with integrated appliances to include ceramic hob, electric oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, fireplace recess housing aga, central island, granite work surfaces, beams to ceiling, stable door to rear garden, tiled flooring, secondary staircase leading to: - Studio Room, stripped flooring, casement windows, semi-vaulted ceiling. - Orangery, glazed on brick plinth with slate tiled roof, exposed brick feature wall, tiled flooring, French doors opening onto the gardens. - First Floor & Landing, sash window to the front, picture rail, stairs to second floor. - Master Bedroom, double aspect with sash windows, stripped flooring. Dressing Area, with full range of built-in wardrobes. - En Suite, panelled bath set in marble surround, chrome mixer taps, twin handbasin set in marble vanity unit, walk-in double shower with chrome rain head, WC, marble tiling to walls and flooring. - Guest Bedroom 2, with En Suite Shower Room. - Bedrooms 3 & 4, with cast iron feature fireplace to bedroom 4. - Family Bathroom, panelled bath with chrome mixer taps, WC, pedestal hand basin, separate shower cubicle, chrome towel radiator, painted wood panelling. - Second Floor - Bedroom 5, eaves access, semi-vaulted ceiling, windows overlooking gardens. - Detached Double Garage. Timber framed with tiled roof. - Gardens. OUTSIDE The property is accessed via double timber gates, which lead to a gravelled area providing ample parking and garaging. The front of the property has a mature beech hedge and picket fencing, with a pathway leading to the front entrance. The grounds sweep around the property and are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs, log store and pathways lead to the front entrance and sun terrace. SITUATION Wotton Court is set in a sought after location within a Conservation Area and enjoys glorious views over the surrounding countryside in the North Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Petham village has many charming period buildings, a primary school, new village hall and 13th Century All Saints Church. There are picturesque walks and rides through the countryside and woodland. The Cathedral City of Canterbury is about 5 miles away, with its many cultural interests, Marlowe Theatre, excellent shopping centre and wide range of schools in the private and state sectors, together with colleges and universities. There is a wide choice of sporting facilities including County cricket at the Canterbury Cricket Ground, a good selection of golf courses and Polo Farm Sports Club. Fishing and water sports can be found along the coast. Connections are excellent with the A2, M20 /M25 and M2 motorway network all within easy reach, along with rail links with the high speed train operating from Canterbury West to London St Pancras in less than an hour. The Port of Dover and Channel Tunnel Terminal, operating services to the continent, are also easily accessible. VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment through Jackson-Stops. Tel: 01227 781600 DIRECTIONS From Canterbury proceed along the Old Dover Road passing the Cricket Ground and turn right onto Nackington Road (B2068) towards Hythe. Proceed for approximately 2.9 miles. Take a right signposted ''Petham'. Continue into the village of Petham turn right onto Vicarage Hill and proceed for about 0.5 of a mile. Wootton Court with be found on the corner of Wootton Drive. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Private oil tank. - Local Authority: Canterbury City Council - Council Tax band (2020/21): "G" - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.
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