Virtual viewing available: Grade II Listed house with attached outbuilding set in a large garden
Linden House is a fine Grade II Listed attached house. The mellow red brick and lime mortar are set off by a handsome front entrance door. The house features a variety of original details, including exposed timber beams and inglenook fireplaces.
On the ground floor there is a spacious sitting room with a large inglenook fireplace, fitted with a wood-burning stove, adjoining is a bright dining room. To the rear, the kitchen/breakfast room has extensive units providing plenty of storage space, wooden worktops, a breakfast bar and a range cooker with an extractor hood. Adjoining there is a small utility room, with space for further household appliances.
On the first floor there are five bedrooms as well as a family bathroom.
Workshop/barn Approached off the vestibule on the ground floor is the attached workshop/barn. The barn offers enormous potential for development into further living accommodation or an independent annexe, subject to the necessary consents.
This property has 0.5 acres of land.
To the front of the property there is a walled garden with paved and gravel pathways and several flowerbeds. The block-paved driveway is to the side, with parking space and access to the large barn, which has workshop space and garaging.
At the rear, the southeast-facing garden includes paved terracing, lawns, grassy meadows and an orchard.
The property is located in the small hamlet of Coxhill, just outside the village of Shepherdswell, surrounded by beautiful Kent countryside. The village has a local shop, a post office, a doctors surgery, a pub and a primary school, while further amenities can be found in the neighbouring village of Eythorne and nearby Whitfield.
Dover, with its shops, supermarkets and leisure facilities, is seven miles away, while the historic cathedral city of Canterbury, with its excellent shopping, leisure and cultural facilities, is 10 miles away, and easily accessible via the A2.
Shepherdswell station provides services to Canterbury East, while Canterbury West station provides services to London Victoria and St. Pancras International.
From Canterbury city centre: Leave on the Old Dover Road (A2050), proceeding south towards Dover and then join the A2. Follow the A2 for 7 miles. At the first set of traffic lights bear left (following the sign for Shepherdswell and Eythorne) towards Coxhill. You will find the property on your right-hand side after about 0.75 of a mile.Read all
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