- Desirable Village Location
- Double Bedroom
- Sun Lounge
- Courtyard Garden
- Brick Feature Fireplace with Log Burner
- Gas Central Heating
Page & Co are delighted to present to the market this pretty cottage located in the semi-rural village of Harbledown. Harbledown is one of the most desirable areas of Canterbury and is surrounded by an abundance of fruit orchards, stunning church, highly rated public house which we are told serves a fabulous roast on a Sunday and a selection of attractive properties all nestled in a conservation area. This pretty village is steeped in history and at one time was home to the Leper Hospital of St Nicholas where passing pilgrims would leave their donations. The cottage itself is an ideal first time buy or would be a perfect holiday rental due to it`s close proximity to the City and A2 commuter route. The owner tells us that she has been quite successful letting it as a holiday home in recent years. The Mint is very neighbourly and there is a great sense of community along the terrace.
We believe that some modernisation would be required to further enhance it`s natural charm. Set over two floors in an elevated position with some lovely views to the front and rear, accommodation consists of a lounge with feature brick fireplace and log burner, cottage kitchen and sun room to the rear. The sun room has sliding patio doors to the rear courtyard and the current owner tells us that she loves working in this sunny space. Upstairs there is a double bedroom to the front with alcove storage and shelving, a shower room and study, which can also be used as a dressing room or storage area. Outside, the courtyard garden is a pretty space with established shrubs and steps down to the gated rear access. There is a small brick built outhouse and undercover storage area, perfect for bikes etc. The views to the rear are over to the orchards beyond.
These properties do not come on the market that often and therefore we are advising early viewings. Call Page & Co now on 01227 472000 to be one of the first through the door.
Lounge - 11'8" (3.56m) x 10'1" (3.07m)
Kitchen - 11'8" (3.56m) x 7'10" (2.39m)
Sun Lounge - 9'9" (2.97m) x 7'5" (2.26m)
Bedroom - 11'8" (3.56m) Into Recess x 10'2" (3.1m)
Study - 7'10" (2.39m) x 5'1" (1.55m)
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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