An attractive attached Grade II listed cottage in the heart of the sought-after town of Cranbrook
Thyme Cottage is a charming attached, double fronted cottage which is designated a Grade II listing and situated within the Conservation Area of this popular town, well placed for the local shops and amenities.
This lovely period property, understood to date in part from the 17th century, although believed to have earlier 16th century origins, features brick and weatherboard elevations under a Kent peg tiled roof and benefits from a good sized garden to the rear.
Internal accommodation boasting a wealth of timbers and beams and good ceiling heights to several rooms, is arranged over three floors and comprises;
Southerly facing 24ft sitting/dining room with two deep bays to the front elevation and an impressive inglenook fireplace with original bread oven and a second fireplace.
Fitted kitchen continuing through to an adjoining breakfast room, the former being equipped with cupboards and offering space for various white goods.
Three bedrooms served by a bathroom equipped with white suite and a shower room.
Thyme Cottage is approached via a pedestrian gate leading to the front of the house with borders to either side.
A pathway to one side of the property leads via a gate to the enclosed cottage garden where there is an area of lawn, flanked by deep borders planted with varieties of rose bushes and shrubs.
There is a paved terrace with a pergola enhanced by honeysuckle and red grapevines and an old wooden outbuilding.
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South-facing period cottage, ideal for local town amenitiesDuncan Petrie