Director, Residential AgencyCanterbury Estate Agents
Situated in a rural location close to the Kent village of Ash, Pembroke House is a beautifully presented detached bungalow, with elegant styling and three bedrooms. The property has been extended and renovated to create a thoroughly modern and attractive living space, designed by renowned local architect Guy Holloway,
The main living space is the open-plan sitting area, dining room and kitchen. This L-shaped reception room has wooden flooring, a splendid brick-built open fireplace, bi-fold doors opening onto the garden and a large floor-to-ceiling window with an outlook towards the garden and neighbouring fields. The kitchen has stylish charcoal-coloured units, wooden worktops and integrated appliances.
There are three double bedrooms. The principal bedroom benefits from a dressing room and a luxury en suite bathroom; bi-fold doors open to the rear garden. A family shower room completes the accommodation.
At the front of the property, security gates open onto a sizeable block-paved driveway, providing plenty of parking space.
The front gardens are laid to lawn, with border shrubs and hedgerow.
To the rear, the garden includes timber decking, an area of lawn and a summer house with its own area of timber decking.
Pembroke House is situated in a rural location in the hamlet of Westmarsh. The village of Ash offers a selection of shops as well as public houses, primary schools and attractive church.
Nearby Canterbury offers a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities. The ancient Cinque port of Sandwich has renowned golf courses and buildings of architectural interest.
The area has excellent communication links. The A2/M2 Bridge junction connects with the remaining southern motorway network and the High-Speed rail service from Canterbury West station provides access to London St Pancras in just under an hour. The Channel port of Dover and Eurotunnel at Folkestone both offer regular services to the Continent.
From Canterbury: Leave on the A257 towards Sandwich and remain on this road for just over eight miles before turning left onto Nash Road. After a third of a mile, turn right onto Overland Road, following the sign for Hoaden and Sheerwater, then after half a mile, turn left. Turn right onto Hoaden Lane then at the junction, turn right onto Sheerwater Road. After half a mile, turn left onto Wass Drove, and the property will be on the left-hand side, just before the lane turns sharply to the right.Read all