RINGWOULD – GUIDE PRICE £495,000

A lovely period Grade 11 listed detached cottage situated in an attractive location within a conservation area overlooking the village green, set in a delightful garden backing onto farmland and retaining many interesting period features.

‘LAUNDRY COTTAGE’      GUIDE PRICE:  £495,000

A LOVELY GRADE ll DETACHED PERIOD COTTAGE OVERLOOKING THE VILLAGE GREEN IN THE VILLAGE CONSERVATION AREA, RETAINING MANY CHARACTER FEATURES SET IN ATTRACTIVE GARDEN WITH WILDLIFE POND BACKING ONTO FARMLAND

SITTING ROOM   DINING ROOM     FARMHOUSE STYLE KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM

CLOAKROOM   BATHROOM

2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS WITH POTENTIAL TO DIVIDE THE LARGER ONE INTO TWO

DRIVEWAY/PARKING FOR 3–4 CARS LEADING TO LARGE SINGLE GARAGE

EPC RATING:F  

DESCRIPTION

A lovely period Grade 11 listed detached cottage situated in an attractive location within a conservation area overlooking the village green, set in a delightful garden backing onto farmland and retaining many interesting period features.   Constructed of brick with painted rendered elevations under a Kent peg clay tile roof.  Dating from the 16th Century the cottage is believed to be one of the oldest houses in the village with its origins as the laundry serving the local manor house and estate.  This is borne out by the fact that the 2 main reception rooms at 19’x 18’ x 19’ x 14’ are larger than you would expect for a modest domestic cottage, in addition it has been extended to create a spacious 18’4 x 13’6 kitchen/breakfast room, plus a downstairs cloakroom.

The accommodation at present comprises; sitting room with original exposed beamed ceiling and Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and oak floorboards, dining room with exposed ceiling beams, Inglenook fireplace and flagstone floor, Farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room with cloakroom and rear lobby.  Upstairs are the bathroom and 2 double bedrooms (one with a walk-in wardrobe/dressing room, if needed the other is large enough to be remodelled to create a double and single bedroom.

RINGWOULD is a small village approximately 3 miles south of DEAL and 7 miles north of DOVER with its port and busy cross- channel ferry service.  During term time transport is provided daily to the modern Primary School at the nearby seaside village of KINGSDOWN (rated outstanding by ofsted) (approximately 1 and a half miles distant) and there is a regular bus service to both Dover and Deal where shopping and further educational services and leisure pursuits can be found.  There are railway stations at neighbouring Martin Mill and Walmer (both aprox 2 miles) offering high speed rail service to London St Pancras (approx. 1hr 20min)

The accommodation with approximate measurements;

Front door to;

SITTING ROOM

19’ x 18’ (5.79m x 5.49m) Double aspect with view over the village green, Inglenook fireplace with original oak Bressumer beam and exposed brick work, wood burning stove, 2 cast iron radiators, TV point, 7 wall light points, exposed beams, oak floor boards, doorway.

DINING ROOM

19’ x 14’ max (5.79m x 4.27m) View over the village green, Inglenook fireplace, exposed ceiling beams, 4 wall light points, flagstone floor, stable door to rear garden

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM

18’4 x 13’ 6 (5.59m x 4.11m) Double aspect fitted with a range of oak fronted floor and wall cupboards, built in ‘AEG’ oven, inset 4 ring ceramic gas hob with extract canopy/light over, inset 1½ bowl sink, space and plumbing for washing machine, plumbing for dishwasher, double radiator, ‘Trianco’ oil fired boiler for central heating and domestic hot water, Quarry tiled floor, door to;

REAR LOBBY Coats hanging space, stable door to garden and door to;

CLOAKROOM

Low level toilet suite, wash hand basin.

From dining room door opening to staircase rising to;

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING Built in airing cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder, (immersion heater fitted) access hatch to roof space.

BEDROOM 1

17’10 x 12’7 (5.44m x 3.84m) View over the village green, 2 radiators.

DRESSING ROOM/WALK-IN WARDROBE

6 x 5’4 (1.83m x 1.63m) 

BEDROOM 2

13’6 into eaves x 12’8 (4.11m x 3.86m) Triple aspect with views over the village green and rear garden, period fireplace, 2 radiators.  With some remodelling, it would be easily possible to divide this room in to a double and single bedroom.  Door to;

BATHROOM

11’3 x 7’8 (3.43m x 2.34m) White suite comprising panelled bath with wall mounted shower over and glass shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet suite, bidet, radiator.

OUTSIDE

Double metal gates opening onto DRIVEWAY/PARKING For 3-4 cars leading to;

GARAGE

17’4 x 9’ (5.18m x 2.74m) 

The gardens are beautifully laid out and really do give the cottage a lovely setting. Mainly lawn with a variety of mature trees, shrubs and plants, large wildlife pond with waterfall, gravel seating area, in addition the garden backs onto farmland further enhancing the appeal.  Timber shed and greenhouse.

COUNCIL TAX BAND: ‘D’

 MAINS, ELECTRICITY, WATER AND DRAINAGE

VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT WITH THE AGENTS MARSHALL AND CLARKE

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE VARIOUS APPLIANCES AND SERVICES HAVE NOT BEEN TESTED BY MARSHALL AND CLARKE

 

 

 

 

 

  • Price: £495,000 
  • Bedrooms:
  • Bathrooms: Yes 
  • Status offer line: SOLD