Mann Estate Agents are excited to bring to the open market a beautiful three/four bedroom family home situated in the idyllic semi rural village of Lower Hardres. The property has beautiful gardens to the rear overlooking open fields. A viewing is certainly advised to appreciate the wealth of accommodation on offer.
Set back from the road, this property is nestled away with a large frontage allowing parking for several cars. On entry, a spacious hallway leads through to a lovely open plan lounge/dining room with French doors opening out into the garden and a open fire taking central focus point to the room. Furthermore, there is a beautiful fully fitted kitchen with oak work surfaces and contrasting cream fitted units and room for washing and cooking appliances. There is also a useful downstairs WC and separate reception room that would make an ideal office/study.
Rising to the first floor you will find two double bedrooms, one of which has glorious views of rolling fields to the rear. In addition, there is a single bedroom and another situated in the eaves, again that would make an ideal bedroom or play room. The family bathroom is designed to a neutral colour scheme with grey tiling to ceiling and consists of bath with over head shower and matching white suite.
To the rear of the property, you are spoilt with a generous garden mainly laid to lawn and large shingled area. Views across the fields go as far as the eye can see and has a sunny aspect.
Lower Hardres has a strong community feel with a local farm shop, village hall and St. Mary's Church and other amenities within close proximity found off the Nackington Road on the B2068. There is a bus service that runs to Canterbury City Centre and close to main transport links and A2. For more information on timetables please see http://www.travelinesoutheast.org.uk/se/TTB/EFA04__00004664_TP.pdf. There are also fantastic schools within just a few miles including the popular Simon Langton Grammar School. Local primary schools can be found in neighbouring villages such as Petham and Bridge. You are spoilt for choice with beautiful walks and the most local pub is the Granville, found on Nackington Road.