A substantial modern detached property built in the 1960’s which has since seen many improvements including the installation of contemporary dark aluminium framed windows and bi-fold doors, a new slate roof and a high specification kitchen and luxury bathrooms. The current owners have a creative eye for detail and have lovingly renovated and refurbished this 1600 sq.ft property throughout, including the installation of an impressive garden room, which is surrounded by 0.36 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens.
The main front door opens into an elegant hallway with attractive tiling that runs through to a well-appointed utility room which has stairs to the first floor and access to the side of the house. Beyond the utility room there is a spectacular open plan family room which has been intellectually designed to make the most of the stunning views of the garden through the impressive bi-fold doors. The kitchen has recently been installed and incorporates an array of contemporary dark coloured units, which integrate all main appliances and are a striking contrast to the neutral stone work tops.
This is further complemented by an oak topped island which extends out to a large family dining room table that sits adjacent to a Contura wood burning stove. There is a charming sitting room which is separate from the main family living area, this has been fitted with a Chesney wood burning stove that sits nestled in an intricate mantle central to the room.
From the hallway, there is a well-appointed shower room with bespoke cupboards and three double bedrooms, one of which benefits from fitted wardrobes.
To the first floor, one will find a beautifully appointed bedroom with large Velux windows making the most of the views out to the garden and countryside beyond. Adjacent to the bedroom is another room currently used as an office but could equally become a dressing room or nursery. There is a luxury bathroom which has been fitted with stylish metro tiles, and an elegant white suite which includes a rolled top bath tub.
The grounds wrap around the entire house and include 0.36 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. A driveway leads to extensive gravelled parking and a garage which is enclosed by established hedging and small trees. To the rear of the property, there are steps that rise to a garden path, recently finished with sleepers that creates a border for the lawn. Mature trees and attractive shrubs run alongside the path; this rises to a magnificent patio seating area with a timber framed pergola, large pond with tropical plants which overlooks the lower garden.
A spectacular garden room has been built to an exceptional standard with bi-fold doors making the most of its setting. The décor is vibrant and reflects the owners love for interior design, it offers a perfect area for entertaining away from the house.
Adisham is situated just six miles to the southeast of the Cathedral City of Canterbury and is set amidst beautiful Kentish farmlands. The village has a strong sense of community with several regular clubs and activities, an excellent primary school rated outstanding by Ofsted, a village hall and a beautiful church dating back to the twelfth century. It also benefits from a mainline railway station with a regular and direct service to London.
The nearby village of Wingham is an ancient and historic village with many period homes and listed buildings dating back to the early thirteenth century. The village has a thriving high street offering a good range of shops and amenities, three public houses and the village primary school. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside and farmland.
The cathedral city of Canterbury is just six miles away and is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, with a thriving city centre offering a wide array of High Street brands alongside a diverse mix of independent retailers, cafes, and international restaurants. The city also offers a fine selection of sporting, leisure, and recreational amenities, including the refurbished Marlowe Theatre.
Canterbury has an excellent choice of educational amenities, ranging from Grammar schools to well-regarded private schools and three universities. Canterbury offers a regular rail service to London Victoria, Charing Cross and Cannon Street and the high-speed rail link connects with London’s St Pancras from Canterbury West station in just under one hour.
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