A wonderful period home, refurbished in recent years to a high standard and in tune with modern living is this superbly located cottage, which comes with generous size accommodation and plenty of room for entertaining. The property has been remodelled from top to bottom, including a loft extension, making clever use of all available space whilst working hard to retain the original charm of this most appealing home.
The highlight of this home is the wonderful lounge dining area with multi fuel log burning stove which leads to the traditional bespoke fitted kitchen, located at the rear, adding to a wonderful living experience. Upstairs are two bedrooms and a four piece contemporary bathroom suite and over the second level is the converted bedroom. This bedroom boasts wonderful views of the village from its two Velux windows.
Of a particular note is the good size attractive rear garden, which comes with a large summer house and built in work shed. To complete the picture there is the sunken child’s trampoline and is mainly laid with astro turf making it extremely low maintenance.
There is a certain amount of magic approaching the cottage : You pass by some beautiful period houses and great views unfold as you turn round the corner into Church Hill. Being siutated at the heart of the village means it is only a short walk to the village pub, shop and well regarded primary school which hosts a range of community events. This fine home will surely attract a variety of purchasers.
Temple Ewell is situated in the Dour valley and is surrounded by nature reserves and conservation areas. The village has a strong identity and sense of place in Dover and has a parish church, village hall and a primary school. It also has a local shop, a Post Office and an 18th-century public house.
Temple Ewell, in transport terms, is well connected being close to the A2 and A20 trunk routes, has a railway station at Kearsney with direct services to London and is only three miles from the Port of Dover.
The neighboring village of River also has a primary school and supports a wide variety of local interest groups such as drama, gardening and society activities and is home to Dover Athletic F.C. The village of River presently has three public houses, a green grocer, Co-Op convenience store and still retains its Post Office.
River and Temple Ewell both share the historic park called Kearsney Abbey and another two adjacent parks namely Russell Gardens and Bushy Ruff.
Lounge / Diner (3.94m x 6.96m (12'11 x 22'10))
Kitchen (2.87m x 3.76m (9'5 x 12'4))
Bedroom Two (3.00m x 2.74m 1.52m (9'10 x 9' 5))
Bedroom Three (2.41m x 3.02m (7'11 x 9'11))
Bathroom (2.90m x 2.21m (9'6 x 7'3))
Bedroom One / Loft Room (4.34m x 3.45m (14'3 x 11'4))
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