A charming period cottage that was converted from the former Georgian Theatre that was believed to be built in 1799 and was used as a theatre until 1840, which is situated in a quiet lane just of the picturesque high street of Tenterden.
This character cottage offers a wealth of period features including the dramatic one-off spiral staircase with curved wooden balustrade, which can be only fully appreciated upon internal viewing. If you are looking to own a period home with a part of Tenterden’s history, then this is the home for you.
The living space offers a double fronted dining room with high ceilings, open fire, exposed beams, steps down to kitchen and access to the spiral staircase. The kitchen offers a range of wall and base units with space for appliances, access to rear garden and doorway to stairs leading down to cellar with wall mounted boiler.
A spiral staircase leads to the first floor with access to sitting room and second bedroom with en suite wet room. The light and airy sitting room features two windows over looking roof tops and stairs to second floor. The second floor offers master bedroom again with views over roof tops and en suite bathroom.
Externally the property offers an enclosed rear garden with a variety of mature flower and shrub borders, patio area, brick built shed and side access via the passageway.
The property is situated just off the picturesque tree-lined High Street of Tenterden. The town offers comprehensive shopping including Waitrose, Tesco supermarkets and many pubs and restaurants. This wonderful family home occupies a popular location in one of the most desirable avenues and is ideally situated for a range of schools including St Michaels Primary school, Tenterden Infants and Junior schools, and Homewood Secondary school. The property is within easy access two popular golf courses, Tenterden Golf Course, and London Beech Golf Club with salt water spa. Mainline train services to London can be accessed from Headcorn (about 8 miles), or Ashford International (about 12 miles). where Eurostar trains depart for the continent, as well as the high-speed service to London St Pancras (a journey of approx. 37 minutes). The property is also within a 20-minute drive to the coast and 30 minutes’ drive to Eurotunnel.