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A delightful Grade II Listed detached Georgian cottage set on a quiet country lane, with wonderful period features to include an inglenook fireplace with bressummer beam carved from Yew, solid oak plank wooden flooring and sash windows. Construction is of red brick with attractive windows under a Kent-peg tiled roof. The property sits in an idyllic position surrounded by its stunning cottage gardens with the benefit of a Garden Studio ideal for the creative or home office. FEATURES - Entrance - Sitting Room, sash windows, inglenook fireplace with seats within, bressummer beam carved from Yew, woodburner, oak flooring and attractive wood panelled walls. - Kitchen, gloss units complemented by worktops, larder cupboard, ceramic sink, quarry tile flooring. - Breakfast Room, sash windows, storage cupboards, door to cellar - Dining Room, attractive sash windows, wood panelling, fitted shelving. - Sun Room, wall mounted dresser, slate tiled floor, loft hatch and door to rear courtyard and garden. - Cloakroom - Ground Floor Bathroom, window to garden, bath with shower over, slate tiled floor, wash hand basin, WC, underfloor heating, feature flint wall. - Master Bedroom, dual aspect. - Bedroom 2, dual aspect, feature fireplace, original wooden flooring (exposed boards). Second Floor Landing - Bedroom 3 & 4, window to front aspect, wood panelled walls. - Cellar, accessed via the breakfast room ideal wine and storage. - Garden Studio, charming traditionally constructed oak framed studio, ideal for creatives or working from home. - Beautiful Gardens & Courtyard - Single Garage, timber double doors - Parking for two vehicles. OUTSIDE Yew Tree Cottage is situated within well established cottage style gardens being a particular feature with many "rooms within the garden". Attractive and interesting pathways are flanked by stunning flower and shrub borders. There are also storage sheds, a single garage and parking for two vehicles. SITUATION This quintessential English home is situated in the well regarded village of Wootton, with its beautiful church, 7.5 miles south of Canterbury and being designated as An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This lovely hamlet is well placed with Broome Park Country and Golf Club and the village of Barham offering shop, post office, well regarded primary school, church and public houses. The Cathedral City of Canterbury has a wider range of facilities and excellent shopping centre, many cultural interests, good range of educational establishments including schools in both the state and private sectors, universities and colleges. Recreational facilities include sports centres and swimming pools, good selection of golf courses with fishing and water sports found along the coast. Connections are good with the A2 linking into the M2 and M20 motorway networks. The Port of Dover and the Channel Tunnel at Cheriton both operate services to the continent. There are two mainline railway stations found at Canterbury, with Canterbury West operating the high speed Javelin train to London St. Pancras in less than an hour, and Canterbury East offering connections into Cannon Street & Victoria. DIRECTIONS Head out of Canterbury via the A2 and continue towards Dover. After approximately four miles take the exit signposted Wingham & Folkestone, follow the A260 to Folkestone towards Barham. Continue into the village of Denton and just passing the Jackdaw public house and restaurant, turn left onto Denton Lane and proceed Yew Tree Cottage will be found on the left hand side. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: Mains water and electricity. Cesspit. - Local Authority: Dover District Council. - Council Tax band: "E" (2021/22) - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.
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