A stunning location, with unrivalled views of St Mary’s Medieval Church with farmland beyond, is this architect designed three/four bedroomed detached home set off a private road. Two The Cloisters is one of two properties built in 1990, situated on the northern edge of Newington Village. A particular feature are the gardens which have been lovingly re-designed by the current owners, a fantastic feast of colour in the spring and summer months. This well maintained house offers spacious accommodation with a 25’ lounge, dining room/bedroom four, a 16’ kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances, utility room, family bathroom and en-suite shower room. There is ample parking with a private driveway for 2/3 cars, leading to a single garage. Situated in this private setting yet only half a mile from the centre of Newington, which has local shops, pharmacy, doctors surgery (shortly to be opened), primary school and mainline station with services to London and coastal towns. There is good road and rail access to Sittingbourne and Rainham which have a choice of shopping, general amenities and secondary schools. The A2, M20 and M2 are all closeby. Very much a one off opportunity to live in this wonderful setting in the country, yet within walking distance of village facilities and commuter links to London and towns in Kent. Your internal viewing is highly recommended.
Covered Porch, entrance door into
entrance hall: Three quarter height double glazed window to front, stairs to first floor, radiator, understairs storage cupboard
cloakroom: Double glazed window to front, low level w.C, wash hand basin, ceramic tiled splashback, radiator
lounge: 25’ x 14’7, double glazed windows to front and rear, radiators, fitted gas fire with fireplace surround
dining room: 13’7 x 9’10, double glazed window to front, radiator
kitchen/breakfast room: 16’ x 9’10, double glazed window to rear, fitted range of oak faced wall and base cupboards, worktops with inset single drainer sink unit, fitted gas hob with stainless steel extractor hood over, fitted electric double oven, built-in dishwasher and fridge, space for fridge/freezer, radiator, doors to garden and
utility room: 6’6 x 5’7, double glazed window to rear, wall and base cupboard, matching storage cupboard, worktop with inset single drainer sink unit, plumbed for washing machine and dryer, gas boiler for central heating and hot water, radiator
half landing: Deep mezzanine window recess, double glazed window to rear
first floor landing: Access to part boarded loft space, built-in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder
master bedroom: 14’7 x 13’7 max, double glazed window to rear, radiators, fitted wardrobes and dressing table, door to
en-suite shower room: Double glazed window to side, inset twin wash hand bowls with cupboards under, shower cubicle with mainsfed power shower, low level w.C, ceramic tiled splashback, radiator
bedroom two: 9’10 x 8’10 plus wardrobes, double glazed window to side, built-in wardrobe and shelving, radiator
bedroom three: 9’10 x 8’6 plus wardrobes, double glazed window to side, built-in wardrobe and shelving, radiator
bathroom: Double glazed window to front overlooking church, panelled bath, low level w.C, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, ceramic tiled splashback.
Exterior: The gardens are a particular delight, which the owners having lovingly created with much imagination and hard work. Front garden: This is an attractive west facing garden, overlooking the Medieval church, with flower and shrub beds and borders, lawn and pathway to a covered paved terrace. There is a pathway to both sides of the house leading to the secluded rear garden: Laid to lawn with an abundance of flower and shrub beds, a herb garden and greenhouse, fenced, wall and hedge boundaries. There is a driveway for 2/3 cars leading to a single garage: Up and over door, power and light, door and window to garden.