Senior Associate DirectorCanterbury Estate Agents
Located in a peaceful rural village on the outskirts of Sandwich, Little Fleming Farm is a handsome period oast house with a wealth of character throughout, including exposed beams and partially vaulted ceilings. The property is arranged over three light-filled floors. The land holding is around 5.5 acres, and there are excellent equestrian facilities, comprising two superb stable blocks, a sand school and five paddocks.
On the ground floor are a bright reception hall, two large reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room together with a utility and a downstairs cloakroom.
The welcoming sitting room has beams, exposed brick detailing and a feature fireplace with wood burning stove. The kitchen/breakfast room is a bright and airy space, with hardwood flooring, beam detailing on the ceiling, classic country-style cabinets, a Belfast sink and an AGA. There is ample space for casual dining, while the separate dining room features wood flooring, dual aspect windows and French doors which open to the garden.
Spread across the first and second floors are five bedrooms. This includes the principal bedroom with an en suite bathroom and a dressing room. Bedroom 2 features a beamed vaulted ceiling adding interest and great sense of volume. Two of the remaining bedrooms are doubles, while there is one single bedroom and a separate study. There is also a contemporary family bathroom on both floors.
This property has 5.5 acres of land.
The property sits within vast grounds which include well-maintained lawns featuring flower beds, shrubbery and trees. Mature boundaries provide excellent levels of privacy. There is also a small pond.
The main driveway leads to a detached double garage and generous parking area, with vehicular access to the stabling, sand school and paddocks beyond.
The superb equestrian set up includes five paddocks, a 30 x 40 metre sand school, and stable yard (including five stables) in excellent working condition.
Little Fleming Farm is situated on the edge of Woodnesborough village, between Eastry and Ash. Ash provides a good range of local services, including a small supermarket, post office, pubs and schools. The property sits within the catchment area of several grammar and independent schools. The ancient medieval Cinque Port of Sandwich offers a further range of amenities, as does the cathedral city of Canterbury with its excellent leisure, shopping and educational facilities.
The property has excellent communication links, with the A256 linking directly with the A2 to Dover, which in turn links directly with the A2/M2 and the A20/M20. There are High Speed rail services to London from both Sandwich and Canterbury. The area has good access to the Continent.
From Canterbury: Leave on the New Dover Road (A257). Bear left to stay on the A257 then take the second exit at the roundabout. Continue on the A257 for approximately 6 miles until reaching Wingham. At the junction, turn right onto High Street and then left to join Stable Road. Continue for another 3 miles (the road will merge into The Street), then turn left onto School Lane. Take the next right onto Lower Road. After approximately 0.5 mile it will merge into Fleming Road. The property will be found on the left after another 0.5 mile.Read all