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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Doddington, Sittingbourne, Kent

Under Offer £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance hall
  • 3 Reception rooms and study
  • Kitchen
  • Cellar
  • Master bedroom with en-suite
  • 3 Further bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
  • Double garage with workshop
  • Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Entrance hall | Drawing room | Sitting room | Dining room | Study | Kitchen | Utility room | Cloakroom | Cellar | Master bedroom with en-suite shower room | Guest bedroom with en-suite shower room | 2 Further bedrooms | Family bathroom | Separate WC | Double garage with workshop | Garden | EPC rating F

About 1 acre

Brewster House is a handsome period property located in a fine rural setting and accessed by a private road. There are rendered elevations under a slate roof with symmetrically placed sash windows giving the house the classic "country house" appearance.

Internally the house is very well presented and has much character. The elegant staircase hall has polished floorboards and these continue through the principal reception rooms, where there are elegant fireplaces and moulded cornicing. The well fitted kitchen is to the rear of the house and is open to a family room with wood-burning stove.

Upstairs is a very comfortable master bedroom (of over 22 feet in length), with an en-suite shower room. The guest bedroom also has an en-suite; there are two further bedrooms, a separate WC and a family bathroom.

Brewster House lies in a small hamlet half a mile from the village of Doddington and to the south-west of Faversham. It is idealy placed for the commuter who wishes to live a country life yet within easy reach of London. Local facilities are available in Doddington, which has a well-regarded family butcher and service station. Primary schools are available in the nearby villages of Rodmersham and Eastling.

Faversham offers an excellent array of everyday shopping facilities, supermarket and traditional businesses trading from it's attractive period centre. The town has a mixed grammar schools, and a commuter service to London. Access to the national motorway network is via Junctions 5 or 6 of the M2. A further range of facilities are available in Sittingbourne and Canterbury.

The main vehicular access is on the north side of the house, leading to a driveway and the double garage, which has a workshop attached. There is a further parking area on the south side of the house.

A terrace at the front of the house has steps down to the lawns. These extend to the west, with an attractive hexagonal gazebo for alfresco dining and a summer house. The garden has some fine mature trees and in total the plot extends to about 1 acre.


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02 May 2016

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