Situated in the village of Boughton Lees, just outside of Ashford, is this immaculately presented three-bedroom cottage. There's a gravel driveway to the side of the house giving off street parking for around 3 cars, as well as offering access to the garage. The garage has been partly converted, now separated into two separate areas. To the front is good storage whilst the rear has become a separate utility with space for a tumble dryer.
Built in the late Victorian era, the accommodation follows a traditional layout with two generously proportioned reception rooms accessed off the hallway. Throughout this home there is a lovely feeling of space and light which is enhanced by the high ceilings you will note. The living room and dining room have been opened up to create one flowing living space and adhere to the modern way of life. Off the dining room is an extended modern kitchen boasting an array of fitted appliances including two ovens, fridge/freezer and hob. There's also ample storage and worktop space. Leading from the kitchen is a lobby area which gives access into the garden and the ground floor bathroom. Showing off a vaulted ceiling, the bathroom comprises a three-piece suite with a shower above the bath, washing basin and WC.
The staircase which leads from the entrance hallway takes you to the first floor, where you'll find three generously proportioned bedrooms. The upstairs also follows a traditional layout with the largest bedroom to the front. There's a lovely decorative fireplace in here, along with not only a built-in recessed cupboard but also some fitted wardrobes within an alcove. Also within the master bedroom is an ensuite shower room, with shower cubicle, wash basin and WC. The other two bedrooms face to the rear of the house and overlook the garden, with the larger of the two benefitting from a fitted recessed wardrobe.
Should further space be required the potential to convert the attic into habitable space remains and with a precedent set already with neighbouring properties, we would expect there to be no implications. (subject to necessary planning permissions).
Outside the garden is a real sanctuary, a lovely place to soak up the sun and with just fields beyond you're sure to get a feeling of peace and privacy here. The garden is made up of three distinct areas; a patio/courtyard right off the rear door and provides access into the garage through a personnel door and gated side access back onto the driveway. A lawn follows, made up of numerous planted beds and borders, sunken pond and fenced boundaries. Accessed from the lawn is the summer house, a suitable home office or garden room with mains electricity. The final area is the patio that's right at the bottom, a perfect place to sit and enjoy some alfresco dining whilst enjoying the countryside view.