Unspoilt by the passage of time, this period home is quintessentially English. Right next to the village church, it's got such curb appeal you might notice passers-by taking selfies in front of it. Inside you'll find a charming warren of cosy rooms, with country furnishings and heirloom antiques. It's packed with character features like fireplaces, beams, sloping ceilings and sash windows, and when you step out into the walled garden, you'll really feel as though you've gone back in time. A traditional cottage garden, bursting with colour in season, you can sit out and read on the lawn, or eat on the patio on warm summer evenings. There's a popular pub restaurant in the village, The Duke of Cumberland, and great country walks from your door. You'll also be just a fifteen-minute drive from Canterbury, and twenty-five minutes from the coast at Folkestone. At the end of the day, settle down with a book in the sitting room, or sip a hot mug of cocoa in the snug, before climbing the winding stairs to bed.
Home truths: *It's in quite a rural spot, so you'll need a car if you'd like to explore the area
*There's a winding staircase, and the home is over three floors, so it may not be best suited to those with limited mobility
*There are off-road parking spaces
*Be aware this is a period building, with quirks like low doorways and uneven floors in places
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