Station Road, Appledore, Kent, TN26 2DE
Contact AgentTenterden Office
94 High Street
Tel: 01580 762927
About the Property
ENJOYING SUPERB VIEWS OVER THE SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE TO THE FRONT AND REAR.
Rush Witt & Wilson are pleased to offer this most attractive (un-listed) detached cottage having been extensively renovated and extended by the current owners, occupying a semi-rural setting on the outskirts of the popular village of Appledore. The well-proportioned accommodation is arranged over two floors and comprises a kitchen/dining room with bi-fold doors opening onto to a decked terrace, large utility/cloakroom, snug and living room both with open fires on the ground floor. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, the main with a vaulted ceiling and juliette balcony to the rear taking full advantage of the amazing countryside views and a beautifully bespoke fitted bathroom. Outside the property offers extensive off road parking, a detached oak framed garage, decked terrace and across the road is a large garden that runs along side the river. An internal inspection of this delightful cottage and its stunning rural views is highly recommended, please call our Tenterden Branch on 01580 762927 for further information.
- ENJOYING SUPERB VIEWS OVER THE SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE TO THE FRONT AND REAR.
- Most attractive (un-listed) detached cottage having been extensively renovated and extended by the current owners.
- Three Double Bedrooms, Bespoke fitted Bathroom.
- Kitchen/Dining Room with bi-fold doors, Living Room and Snug both with open fires.
- Large Utility Room/Cloakroom.
- Detached Garage.
- Across the road is a large garden.
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Rheewall Cottage is situated on the outskirts of the pretty rural village of Appledore which is surrounded by miles of beautiful open countryside. The village is only a short distance away and offers a range of daily amenities to include general store/post office, public house, tea rooms, village hall, recreation field and railway station connecting along the South Coast to Brighton.
Appledore is equidistant from the Wealden Town of Tenterden with its tree lined high street and the ancient Cinque Port town of Rye. Both towns offer a wide range of shopping and recreational facilities, banking and professional institutions, schools, playgroups through to secondary education. Rye is particularly well known for its artistic community and offers golf, tennis and sailing. Ashford has a main line station providing fast/frequent commuter service to London and the continent.
Camber's long and sandy beach, with wind and kite surfing, is no distance away and forms part of the Rye Bay, the stunning coastline includes miles of open shingle beach which extends from the cliffs at Fairlight to a Nature Reserve at Rye Harbour where mooring and launching facilities are also available.
Open Oak framed porch with tile roof, entrance door opening to:
6.81m x 3.63m (22'4 x 11'11)
Extensively fitted with a range of traditional style cupboard and drawer base units with matching wall mounted cupboards, complementing granite work-surface with inset double butler sink, space and point for electric range with extractor canopy above, integrated dishwasher, space and point for large american style fridge/freezer, window to side and rear elevation, space for table and chairs, two graphite wall mounted radiators, tiled flooring, entrance door to side elevation and bi-fold doors to the rear elevation giving access to a decked terrace and enjoying a stunning rural outlook over the adjoining farmland.
3.53m max x 3.40m (11'7 max x 11'2)
With window to the front elevation, feature fireplace, radiator, staircase rising to the first floor and front door.
3.35m,3.05m max x 3.40m (11,10 max x 11'2)
Being double aspect with windows the front and side elevation, radiator, exposed timbers, open fireplace with exposed brick chimney breast.
3.58m x 2.16m (11'9 x 7'1)
With window to the front elevation, exposed brick floor, low level WC, valued ceiling with oak timbers and spot lights, range of cupboards with work surface above with mounted vintage belfast butler sink and tap, slate tile splash back, floor standing oil fired boiler, space and point for washing machine.
With window the side and rear elevation, stable door giving access to the garden, tiled flooring and radiator.
With staircase rising from the Living Room/Snug, access to loft space and connecting doors leading to:
4.27m max x 3.61m (14'0 max x 11'10)
With window to the side and Juliette balcony to the rear elevation enjoying stunning uninterrupted countryside views, vaulted ceiling with exposed oak timbers and radiator.
3.78m x 3.78m (12'5 x 12'5)
With window to the front elevation enjoying pleasant countryside views, exposed floor boards, beams and brick chimney breast, radiator.
3.91m max x 3.78m (12'10 max x 12'5)
With window to the front elevation enjoying pleasant countryside views, exposed floorboards and beams, radiator.
3.56m x 2.44m (11'8 x 8'0)
A real feature of the property with large walk in shower with slate wall tiles and fixed screen, free standing copper bath and floor mounted taps, high level flush W.C, two rock stone wash basins with vintage storage cupboard beneath and wall mounted taps, Velux style window, exposed floorboards, vaulted ceiling, window to the rear elevation enjoying rural views and heated towel rail.
Detached Oak framed garage with double doors to the front elevation, light and power connected.
A five-bar gate opens to a large gravelled area providing off road parking for several vehicles.
A large decked terrace abuts the rear of the property being accessed from the Kitchen/Dining room is considered ideal for outside dining, entertaining and taking full advantage of beautiful adjoining countryside, a gravelled area runs down one side of the property where the oil tank can be found. Raised well stocked flower beds can be found to the front and rear boundary both having been recently planted with a range of shrubs and seasoned flowers.
River Bank Garden
Located on the opposite side of the road and predominately laid to lawn which gently slopes down towards the river, there is a selection of mature trees and well maintained hedge row to the front boundary.