Period cottage in an idyllic location.
Stable Cottage is a fabulous conversion of a period stable building forming part of the Hawkhurst Court Estate. The main house dates from the 19th century and has a rich history - the estate was used in World War II by the Canadian Army. It then became a school before the estate was later adapted to private residences in the 1980s.
The cottage is approached via a shared courtyard with the adjoining property, the entrance hall/boot room leads to a kitchen/breakfast room with an adjacent sitting room with exposed beam, brick fireplace and wood burning stove.
Upstairs comprises principal bedroom and family bathroom along with ample storage on the landing. Two further bedrooms are found on the ground floor, both generous sized and providing access on to the garden.
Outside, the garden is very private and offers a decked seating area and an area of lawn.
A gate at the end of the garden leads to a shed, log store and parking for one car.
There is additional vehicle space to the front of the cottage.
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I love all the walks direct from the front door.Daniel Clay