4 bedroom house for saleStrand Street, Sandwich, Kent
Guide Price £775,000
- Double reception room and study/bedroom
- Kitchen/breakfast room and utility
- Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom
- 3 - 4 Further bedrooms and family bathroom
- Substantial parking area and garage
- Large private garden
- Recently refurbished
Double reception room | Study/bedroom 5 | Kitchen/breakfast room | Utility room | Ground floor shower room | Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom | 3 Further bedrooms | Bathroom | Outbuilding | Garden | Garage | Parking area
Wheelwrights is a most unusual character house on the edge of the much sought after Cinque port of Sandwich. Believed to date from the early 1900s, the house has a wonderful feeling of light and space.
The front door opens directly into the main living space, a huge partly-vaulted, double aspect reception room. This space offers complete flexibility to use the room as desired. With two brick fireplaces (one with fitted wood-burning stove) and double doors to the garden, the room provides plenty of options. On the southern side of the house is a study/bedroom 5 which has a shower room adjacent. From here there is access to the side entrance vestibule. Beyond the main reception room is a well fitted kitchen with space for a table and chairs. There are extensive storage cupboards and work surfaces over.
Stairs rise from the main reception room to a galleried landing and a passageway then leads to the bedrooms. The master bedroom is at the back of the house and overlooks the garden with a large three-quarter length window. There is a very well fitted, modern en-suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Sandwich offers a variety of facilities, including well regarded schools and specialist shops. The coast is close by, as are a selection of golf courses. Westwood Cross provides additional shopping and leisure facilities and a full range of amenities can be found in Canterbury.
There are excellent transport links. The local station has High Speed connections to London St Pancras International, and the A256 joins the A2/M2 and M20/A20 at Dover. The area has good access to the Continent.
The garden is unexpectedly large for a town garden, giving good levels of privacy. There is an extensive open area of lawn with a number of shrub, herbaceous and vegetable beds, and a wide terrace runs the width of the house. The garden runs down to a small tributary of the River Stour. To one corner is a useful outbuilding/ garden store/log shed. A large turning and parking area to the front of the house leads to a detached garage.
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