We are delighted to bring to market this characterful, detached four bedroom period cottage, which is bursting with charm and original period features throughout. Discovered in the picturesque village of Oare, nestled at the end of Oare Creek, just a short distance from the market town of Faversham – this captivating home offers semi-rural living, with all the amenities required close by.
The cottage boasts several period features throughout, such as; exposed brickwork, beams, fireplaces, a well and exposed floorboards. The current owners have lovingly decorated and improved their home over recent years. The property has been extensively decorated, a lovely new kitchen installed and bi-fold doors fitted to open onto the recently landscaped rear garden. All of this combines to create a warm and welcoming family home.
On entering the property you discover the inviting entrance hall. From the hall you access the open plan kitchen and dining room. The kitchen diner is a great size as it’s area spans the width of the house – creating the perfect place for entertaining or spending time as a family. The dining room retains several key features, including; exposed beams, an exposed brick chimney breast and wood burning stove.
From the dining room, steps lead down to the cosy family room. This room boasts further original features and leads into the shower room and conservatory – which is currently used as a utility room. The main living room is at the rear of the house and contains one of the most interesting features of the property – an old well, which has been covered and lit internally to create an unique seat or table.