There is a real sense of community in Burham village which helped it to win ‘Kent village of the year’ back in 2008. You can still see horses riding on the roads from the local stables and many walkers enjoying walks in the Kent Downs area of outstanding beauty. We would recommend the newly refurbished Toastmasters Inn for a meal and glass of fine wine or for a more relaxed atmosphere try The Windmill, with its bargain Sunday roasts and secluded beer garden. Little ones will hopefully benefit from the small village primary school which was rated Good by Ofsted in 2014 and enjoy their free time relaxing in the large recreation ground and park in the centre of the village. Commuters will be able to access to the M2 and M20 at the top and bottom of nearby Blue Bell Hill. If you feel you need the hustle and bustle of town life then bus services run to Rochester, Chatham and Maidstone.
Composite double glazed front door into sitting room.
Feature fireplace. Double glazed window to front. Weathered wood flooring effect laminate. Radiator. Coving to ceiling. Open plan to kitchen.
A matching range of units with white coloured door and drawer fronts and Walnut effect work surfaces. Inset stainless steel bowl and drainer with chrome mixer tap. Built under electric oven with gas hob and stainless steel extractor over. Space for washing machine and fridge-freezer. Weathered wood effect laminate flooring and localised Travertine tiling to walls. Double glazed window to rear. Double glazed stable style door to garden.
Carpeted stairs from kitchen to first floor landing with doors to all first floor rooms. Access to loft via hatch.
Double glazed window to front. Oak effect laminate flooring. Radiator.
Double glazed window to front. Carpet to floor. Radiator.
Double glazed window to rear. Carpet to floor. Radiator. Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and boiler.
A white suite comprising bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment, vanity basin with chrome mixer tap and dual flush low level wc. Oak effect laminate flooring. Localised tiling to walls. Radiator. Obscured double glazed window to rear.
Small area of garden suitable for pots with gate and path to front door.
A neatly landscaped garden with patio area to the immediate rear and the remainder mainly laid to shingle. A variety of small trees and shrubs.
Electricity, Gas, Water and mains drainage
By appointment through:-
27 High Street
Tel: 01622 717500
Some decorations may have changed since the photos were taken.If you are looking for a cute character cottage in a semi-rural location then this could be the place for you. Church Street has a really quaint feel with a really eclectic mix of cottages and larger houses and you can still see the occasional horse and rider trotting down the street into the open countryside at the end of the road. The countryside views to the rear are to die for and there is a great spot at the end of the garden where you can imagine watching the sunset with a glass of wine after a tough day at work. The accommodation is unusually spacious upstairs because of the flying freehold and as such boasts 3 bedrooms and a separate bathroom. We strongly recommend an early viewing on this one as we are sure it will sell quickly so for more information or to arrange an appointment to view please contact us on 01622 717500.
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