Home with style and view across tree tops
Old-fashioned style is yours at Little Oaks, part of a Victorian manor house built in 1895.
In the village of Westbere, just four miles from Canterbury, Little Oaks once housed Second World War pilots, flying out of the airbase at Manston.
It is on the market with Winkworth and is priced at £625,000.
There are several reception rooms, including a living room with open fireplace, a large, open-plan kitchen and dining area.
Buyers will love the high ceilings, fireplaces, oak parquet flooring and large sash windows. On the lower ground floor, there is a utility and family room.
The master bedroom is on the first floor, enjoying the best of the views towards the lakes, along with a double guest bedroom. A second flight of stairs leads to the second floor and two further double bedrooms.
Little Oaks has a family bathroom, a shower room and a cloakroom. The gardens enjoy the best of the southerly aspect.
Shaded under a leafy pergola, there is a decked terrace.
The garden has a great view across tree tops and down to the wildlife-rich wetland area with reed beds known as Westbere Lakes.
A driveway to the front and side of the property has parking for several cars. Outbuildings include a workshop and potting shed.
Westbere is a quiet little village that has a popular pub and picturesque walks to the lakes and along the Stour Valley.