DODDINGTON, - 4 Bedroom Semi-Detached

For Sale - £ 415,000


  • Semi-Detached Country Cottage
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Utility Room
  • Ground Floor Bathroom & First Floor WC
  • Private Rear Garden Plus Separate Garden Plot Across Road
  • Located in a No Through Road
  • Requiring Some Updating & Modernising
  • Public House and Village Close By
A four bedroom semi-detached country cottage dating back to 1832 in need of some updating and modernising situated in a rarely available no through road in the picturesque village of Doddington.

This charming extended property has been inhabited by the present vendor for over thirty years which is a testament to what a happy home it has been. It offers flexible accommodation and outside spaces giving a buyer an ideal opportunity to create their own village home to fit their needs.

The accommodation is arranged over two floors comprising entrance hall, living room with brick fireplace, an open plan kitchen/dining room with Rayburn, utility room and a ground floor bathroom. To the first floor there are four bedrooms, three of which enjoy countryside views and a separate WC.

Outside there is a part lawned, part brick paved garden to the front and to the rear an enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn with hedged borders. In addition, across the road from the property there is a fenced separate plot of land with fruit trees, an old summerhouse, and space which has the potential to be converted to a driveway for parking or as an additional garden area.

Locality

The property is situated in the historic pretty village of Doddington which dates back to the 11th Century as a settlement, is located just 5.8 miles from the market town of Faversham and 6 miles from Sittingbourne town.

The village benefits from such amenities as a garage/petrol station with shop, a popular butchers and the Chequers Inn, a much loved coaching inn dating back to the 14th Century which is said to be haunted by a Cavalier from the English Civil War. It is owned by the famous Faversham brewer, Shepherd Neame.

Public transport is well catered for by way of a regular bus service to Faversham and the local villages with the nearest mainline railway stations of Teynham (4.1 miles) and Lenham (4.9 miles) provide access to London Victoria and Ashford International station which offers the High Speed 37 minute Javelin service to London St Pancras. Road links connect to both the M2 and M20 motorways.

Dimensions:

Ground Floor

Hall
Utility: 6'9" x 5'1" (2.06m x 1.55m)
Bathroom: 8'6" x 4'4" (2.59m x 1.32m)
Kitchen/Dining: 20'4" x 11'5" (6.20m x 3.48m)
Living Room: 13'6" x 11'5" (4.11m x 3.48m)

First Floor

Landing
WC
Bedroom One: 13'5" x 10'2" (4.09m x 3.10m) at largest
Bedroom Two: 10'11" x 7'7" (3.33m x 2.31m)
Bedroom Three: 9'8" x 8'5" (2.95m x 2.57m)
Bedroom Four: 7'8" x 7'7" (2.34m x 2.31m)

Rear Garden: Approx. 39'0" (11.89m) long
Plot to Front: 60'0" x 38'0" (18.29m x 11.58m) Approx.


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