Tall ceilings and exposed timbers
This typical cottage-style village home in Sissinghurst is attached at the back, so the owners have created a pretty rose-filled garden at the front.
And once you’ve done your little bit of gardening, you’ll notice the house is just across the road from the 16th-century Milk House, a stylish dining pub.
Beautifully decorated Oak Cottage has tall ceilings and exposed timbers and is on the market with Lambert & Foster, at a guide price of £339,950.
The entrance door of the double fronted property in The Street leads into a reception/ dining room.
This hallway has a door to the left into the sitting room, which has a large window at the front and a feature brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove on a raised brick hearth.
A door from the right of the hallway leads to the kitchen, which has a ceramic twin bowl sink unit and an inglenook style fireplace with space for a range style cooker. This room has a large window overlooking the front and a smaller window at the back. A door leads to a back porch, a shared pathway and some storage.
From the hallway, a door and stairs lead down to a cellar, while a separate flight of stairs take you up to the first floor.
Here there are two bedrooms and a box room. Also on this floor is a stunning family bathroom with a large window, a free standing roll top bath on ball and claw feet and a separate shower cubicle.