CHARING, KENT - 3 Bedroom End of Terrace


  • Charming Character Home
  • Central Village High Street Position
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Cloakroom
  • Off Road Parking
  • Courtyard
  • Gas Central Heating
  • View to Appreciate
A beautifully presented three bedroom Grade II listed character home located in the very heart of Charing High Street, providing attractive, flexible accommodation and off road parking with easy access to all of the village amenities.

As the name suggests, The Old Bakery was formerly the village Bakery and a thriving business until 25 years ago when it was sympathetically restored into the property you see today. It still retains much of the original shop front and door and some interesting beams that are understood to have come from ships of the past.

The accommodation is arranged over three floors to include sitting room, dining room, downstairs cloakroom and kitchen/breakfast room. To the first floor, there is an impressive master bedroom, additional double bedroom and designer bathroom, and to the second floor, there is another bedroom with a beautiful carved beam believed to relate to the status of the Bakery owner.

Charing enjoys an interesting mix of village shops, restaurants, churches, primary school and doctor's surgery. Transport links are well supported with Charing mainline railway station at the southerly end of the village providing access to London Victoria and Ashford International Stations, whilst Junction 9 of the M20 Motorway is some 5 miles distant and Junction 8 some 8 miles distant.

Charing is also just 5 miles west of the large market town of Ashford with its excellent selection of shopping and leisure facilities, choice of schools and the International Rail station which benefits from a 37 minute high speed train service to London St Pancras.

Sitting Room (formerly the Bakery shop): 11'2' x 10'11' (3.40m x 3.33m)
Leaded bay window to front, part glazed entrance door to front, window to side, radiator, decorative feature fireplace, television point, carpet flooring, beamed ceiling.

Dining Room: 13'5' x 11'2' (4.09m x 3.40m)
Part glazed entrance door, window to side, radiator, carpet flooring with part raised brick area, stairs to first floor, understairs storage cupboard, french doors through to kitchen, telephone point, feature beam, , recessed lighting.

Low level w.c., wall hung sink, extractor fan, carpet flooring.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room:
10'10' x 10'4' reducing to 9'0' (3.30m x 3.15m reducing to 2.74m) Half glazed door to courtyard, window to side, radiator, range of wall and base units with wood fronted worktops over, inset stainless steel sink and chrome mixer tap, tiled and stainless steel splashback, inset Diplomat electric hob with integrated extractor over, integrated Bosch electric oven, space for fridge freezer, space for washing machine, space for slimline dishwasher, vinyl flooring.

First Floor Landing:
Stairs to second floor, former ship's timber beams, fitted cupboard housing combination boiler.

Bedroom One:
14'5' x 11'2' reducing to 9'8' (4.39m x 3.40m reducing to 2.95m) Full height window to side, window to rear, radiator, vaulted ceiling with beam that was originally part of the dolly mechanism to bring flour up for the Bakery, fitted double wardrobe, carpet flooring.

Bedroom Two: 11'0' x 9'5' (3.35m x 2.87m)
Sash window to front overlooking High Street, radiator, fitted wardrobe and storage cupboards, beam, carpet flooring.

Frosted window to side, chrome ladder style radiator/towel rail, designer white bathroom suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and integrated shower over, vanity sink unit with chrome mixer tap, low level WC with split flush, fully tiled walls and floor, recessed lighting.

Bedroom Three:
11'9' into eaves x 8'10' (3.58m into eaves x 2.69m) Dormer window to front, radiator, feature central carved beam believed to relate to the status of the former Bakery owner, fitted low level cupboard, carpet flooring.

To the rear, there is a small courtyard with gated side access to the driveway, garden shed, outside tap and lighting. There is additional parking for approximately two vehicles. The paved driveway to the side (which is owned by this property) provides access for properties to the rear, the upkeep of which is shared.