An attractive period cottage in a rural setting, only 2.4 miles from the closest station.
South Farthing is an attractive character cottage in a pretty rural setting triangulated between the villages of Staplehurst, Sutton Valence and Headcorn.
Having been extended over the years by the present owners the ground floor comprises; entrance hall, 22' sitting room with wood burning stove, kitchen/dining room/snug with wood burning stove, conservatory with French doors to the garden and bathroom. The first floor accommodation extends to three bedrooms, study and shower room.
Outside a very pretty garden is mainly set to lawn with mature fruit trees, an ornamental pond, patio off the conservatory and a gravelled area to one side - ideal for an al fresco drink.
The house is brick built with white weather boarding to the first floor elevations and is set back from the road along a drive owned by the neighbouring property over which one enjoys a vehicular right of way. A covered car port extends from the side of the house over the parking area. Two sheds and a greenhouse complete the external arrangements. Heating is a mixture of oil-fired boiler with some electric radiators.
There is no onward chain.
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The pretty garden is a joy and has been beautifully designed and maintained.Duncan Petrie