Station Road , Pluckley, TN27

Guide price £350,000

2 bedrooms 2 bedrooms 1 bathroom 1 bathroom 1 reception room 1 reception

Guide Price £350.000 ... Country Living At Its Very Best !! Northwood are delighted to offer this quintessentially Kentish double fronted period cottage dating back to circa 1850, lovingly refurbished by the current owners combining contemporary style with period features. There is also room to extend the property to the rear and covert the attic into two extra bedrooms (STP). With exceptional rear gardens and yet being under five minutes' walk to Pluckley station, and set in the heart of the 'Darling Buds Of May Country', this is an exceptional opportunity to own your dream country cottage and enjoy winter evenings by the log burner and dine Al Fresco in the summer months.

This truly irresistible double fronted red-brick cottage with classic Dering windows has been extensively refurbished combining a wonderful sense of contemporary style while keeping the feel of the original character of the property. Situated on the fringe of Pluckley, reputed to be England's most haunted village, and famous for it's filming of the Darling Buds of May, this really is the epitome of the Kent countryside but with the convenience of being just minutes' walk from Pluckley Railway Station which is just one stop to Ashford International and 37 minutes on to London St Pancras via the High Speed Rail. You also have the Dering Arms formally a hunting lodge and now an award winning restaurant and bar famous for its seafood and local ales at the bottom of the road as well as a local shop and butchers and famous Black Horse Inn within half a mile.

The property itself, has been lovingly and exquisitely refurbished and presented, making it a practical home or weekend retreat. The light and airy kitchen/diner is at the heart of the home with plenty of space for dining table and chairs just perfect for entertaining. From the kitchen, an oak entrance vestibule leads out on to a Pergola covered Dining terrace prefect for al fresco dining.
For the cosy winter evenings and cool summer months, there is a double aspect lounge with herringbone oak flooring, open fireplace with bressummer over with inset wood burner with French doors leading out to the rear terrace.

On the first floor is the master bedroom which is double aspect with room for wardrobes , a further bedroom/study and a bathroom with separate shower.
To the front of the cottage is a private gravelled off road parking area for three vehicles with a pathway leading to the front door with a plethora of plants and mature shrubs to boundaries. The breath-taking gardens to the rear are quite exceptional, divided into various different sections including kitchen garden, an orchard, large area of lawn , summer house and children's play area, as well as a potting shed which could be easily converted into ancillary accommodation, flower garden and exceptional planting make the gardens a gardener's delight.
Viewing is highly recommended so please call a member of the sales team to book a viewing today.

Agents note: The property could easily be extended to the rear and the attic could be converted to create more bedroom accommodation. (Subject to gaining the necessary consents)

EPC rating: E.

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Key Features

  • Delightful Period Cottage
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Kitchen /Diner
  • Oustanding Cottage Gardens
  • Period Features
  • Walking Distance Station
  • Room To Extend (STP)
  • Driveway Parking
  • Double Fronted Period Cottage
  • Summer House

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