We are delighted to bring to market this three bedroom, semi-detached cottage discovered in a delightful rural location, nestled in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The property oozes character, individuality and boasts a wealth of features including, exposed beams throughout and a log burning stove. Originally built as a farm worker cottage, the home has been extended and improved throughout its history.
Dell Cottage has been lovingly and carefully decorated and improved by the current owners. On entering the property you discover a useful porch, before being greeted by the cosy and inviting living room. The living room, which is in the oldest part of the building, is a great size and a log burning stove and original beams lend the room character.
A door from the living room leads into the large and bright kitchen/ diner, which has plenty of space to accommodate a large dining table and copious amounts of cupboard and counter-top space. Off the kitchen/ diner is another room which would make a perfect study, play room or quiet reception room to relax. There is also a downstairs cloakroom, which comprises of w/c and wash basin.
Upstairs are three double bedrooms. The master bedroom is an accommodating size and boasts a high ceiling, original beams, built-in storage and feature Victorian fireplace. Bedrooms two and three are great sized doubles. The third bedroom benefits from a balcony to the side of the property. The nicely finished family bathroom includes; w/c, wash basin, heated towel rail and shower over bath.
Outside, the property has off street parking for at least three cars, and a small cottage garden behind the front wall. To the rear there is a large patio – perfect for dining outside in the summer months. Steps from the patio lead up onto a substantial lawn. From the garden there are expansive, un-spoilt views across farmland.
The current owner has built a studio at the rear of the garden, with a veranda from which the spectacular views can be enjoyed. The music studio is fully insulated, sound proofed and has mains electricity. It would make a brilliant garden room, home office or studio space for a musician or artist.
The village and parish of Throwley lies about five miles southwest of Faversham. Throwley lies on top of the North Downs in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The landscape is mainly arable fields and woodland copses covering just over 5 square miles. The Parish has many marked footpaths enabling the countryside to be explored. The population is scattered across a number of hamlets, the largest of which is Throwley Forstal, others include Wilgate Green, Bells Forstal and here at Tong Green.