A significantly refurbished period home, finished and styled to a very high standard
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13 Church Street St Marys is a former sweet shop that has been extensively renovated and now presents as a modern period home with features including New England style window shutters, bi-fold doors, built-in storage and wood-burning stove. The finish is superb and sympathetic to the age of the house.
The bright, light-filled sitting room features a double-sided wood-burning stove and benefits from multiple windows and ceramic tiled flooring, which extends into the contemporary open-plan kitchen and breakfast room at the rear of the home. The latter area has skylights and bi-fold doors which open onto the courtyard garden, allowing natural light to flood inside and creating the perfect indoor outdoor living experience. Fitted with modern Shaker style wall and base level units, the kitchen also has a breakfast bar and modern integrated appliances. There is a cleverly concealed cloakroom.
On the first floor there are two well-presented double bedrooms, both benefitting from built-in storage space and attractive wooden floors. The principal bedroom has a charming side aspect bay window with seating overlooking a charming medieval street scene. A stylish family bathroom completes the accommodation on this level.
The property offers a well-presented courtyard garden with feature wooden panelling, exposed brickwork, outdoor lighting and power, a log store and a pedestrian gate.
This private space is perfect for al fresco dining with family and friends, or enjoying a gin and tonic whilst taking in the sunset.
Long held as one of the finest medieval towns in England, Sandwich has all that one would expect of a thriving and prosperous town, and the property has easy access to a wide range of shops, schools and cultural attractions, both locally and in the nearby towns of Deal and Canterbury.
Being close to the coast and Pegwell Bay National Nature Reserve, there is ample scope to enjoy the surrounding area. There are numerous quality golf courses, including Royal St Georges.
The local station offers High Speed connections to London, and the A256 joins the A2/M2 and M20/A20 at Dover. There is good access to the Continent.
From Canterbury: Leave on the A257 towards Sandwich. Pass through Wingham village and continue along the Ash bypass to the roundabout. Continue straight over into Strand Street, turn right before St Marys Church onto Church Street St Marys, where the property will be found on the corner on the right.Read all
- Sitting room
- Kitchen/Breakfast room
- 2 Bedrooms
- Family bathroom
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