Raise a glass to this 1600s cottage
Address: Brewery Cottage, Nargate Street, Littlebourne, near Canterbury Guide price: £325,000 Agent: Humberts Raise a glass to Brewery Cottage, a village home with barrels of charm.
The three-bedroom grade II listed cottage dates from the late 1600s and has been well maintained and fully refurbished by the current owner.
The mid-terrace home at Nargate Street, Littlebourne, near Canterbury, is now on the books of Humberts. The agent is seeking a guide price of £325,000 for this lovely property.
Brewery Cottage has a painted wooden front door leading in to a hallway. Inside, buyers will find exposed beams and leaded light windows, stripped pine doors, brick and wooden flooring. A 15ft x 11ft sitting room is at the front, with fireplace and multi-fuel burner. A wide opening leads into an 18ft x 16ft kitchen/diner at the back of the house.
The three bedrooms and family bathroom are all on the first floor.
At the back is a pretty garden, with a sunny decking area.
The property is well placed in the popular rural village of Littlebourne, which has a primary school, village store, pubs, doctors’ surgery and 13th-century church. Zumba and yoga classes are held at the village hall, along with bridge sessions. The recreation ground has a playpark.
Wider facilities are offered by the nearby villages of Wingham and Bridge, which are each around three miles from the cottage. Canterbury lies to the west with its wide choice of schools and shops.
See www.littlebourne-parishcouncil.co.uk for details about the village and events.