A pretty 'Ragstone' cottage situated in the village of Pluckley, offered with no onward chain and potential to extend (stpp) and improve.
Requiring updating and modernisation throughout is this two-bedroom cottage, with accommodation across two floors the ground floor comprises an entrance porch, kitchen and lounge/dining room. The first floor comprises the two bedrooms and family bathroom. Throughout this home work is required, however it is worth noting that double glazing has been installed as well as internal secondary glazing. There is plenty of storage space with lots of cupboards built-in.
Being situated on the end of this collection of cottages, space to the side and rear offer potential for extension, and with the garden being of generous proportions any form of extension would not takeaway too much from the outside space. Any extension would of course be subject to planning permissions.
Once renovated and modernised this pretty cottage would make a lovely family home.
LOCATION The village of Pluckley lies around 7 miles west of Ashford and is referenced within the Doomsday book. Long has it been believed the village is haunted, when in 1989 it was mentioned within the Guinness Book of records as being the most haunted village in Britain. The village has also featured on the television programme "Most Haunted" and even today still attracts amateur Ghost Hunters.
Amenities within the village include the Black Horse pub, Pluckley primary school, village hall, parish Church, post office and convenience store, The Dering Arms restaurant and Pluckley mainline train station, which provides links into near-by Ashford or London. Being situated with the beautiful Kent Countryside numerous walks are close-by whilst Calehill Park is also within easy reach. The villages of Hothfield, Charing, Egerton, Little Chart and Smarden are also close-by.