This lovely cottage is an annex of the owner’s home in the quintessentially English hamelt of Oad Street, close to the market town of Sittingbourne in Kent.
The accommodation is all ground floor and furnished in a wonderfully traditional style, in-keeping with the quaint aesthetic of the village.
Step into the property and find yourself in a bright and airy hallway, to the right you will find a cloakroom with handy WC and washing machine.
Further down the hall you will find a spacious sitting room with country-style furniture surrounding a feature fireplace with electric fire.
The room also features patio doors leading out to the lovely garden with patio and lawn area.
Take a seat in this calming space on a warm evening and enjoy a delicious meal alfresco.
The kitchen can be found just off the sitting room and is fully appointed with a dining table in the centre.
Through a further door is the bedroom, with double bed and additional door leading out to the garden.
Oad Street has a very popluar Greek Taverne called the Plough and Harrow, this hamlet is complete with its own craft center which offers delicious menus and very good service, completing this hamlet is its own small garden centre.
There are plenty of walking opportunities around the village and the beautiful surrounding area.
A short drive away is the market town of Sittingbourne which offers plenty of shops and eateries to enjoy.
If you are looking for a peaceful getaway in a rural village location, this property is ideal.
All ground floor. One bedroom: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with shower, WC and basin. Cloakroom with washing machine, WC and basin. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room.
About the location
Gillingham 12.3 miles; Rochester 13.9 miles; Canterbury 16.7 miles.
Sittingbourne is a modern market town situated in the Swale district of Kent in South East England. It is located by the Swale, a section of sea separating the Isle of Sheppy from the mainland, as well as sitting beside the Roman Watling Street. Sittingbourne offers a number of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants as well as the historic Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light Railway. For lovers of the outdoors there are plenty of places to visit, explore Milton Creek Country Park or head over to the Elmley National Nature Reserve on the Isle of Sheppy. The history of the town can be explored in more detail at the Heritage Hub, the Sittingbourne Heritage Museum or the Milton Regis Court Hall Museum. Further afield are the towns of Rochester, Royal Tunbridge Wells and Gillingham as well as the city of Canterbury. With easy travel links to plenty of towns and cities as well as London, Sittingbourne is a convenient base for exploring the surrounding areas.