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For Sale - Alkham Road, Temple Ewell, Dover, CT16 - £675,000

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More about this property

Glorious Rural Location

Former Stable Courtyard

Exceptional Home

Detached Annexe

Set Within Private Gardens

Private Driveway

Galleried Hallway & Landing

Original Character Features

Enclosed Courtyard & Delightful Garden

Views of Parks & Lakeland

Set within a glorious location in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is this extraordinary former stable courtyard which has been converted into an exceptional home within private gardens on the outskirts of Kearsney Abbey and Russell Gardens. Approached from the Alkham Valley Road via a private driveway through part of the Bushy Ruff gardens, the accommodation offers a galleried entrance hall to the delightful sitting room measuring 14'10 x 24'5 which has a brick fireplace and views over the courtyard leading to the second sitting room which could be offered as a study/third bedroom. There is a triple aspect dining room measuring 16'5 x 12'11 which has a circular window with views of the lakeside, side window overlooking the stream and wonderful French doors to the courtyard. The stylish kitchen incorporates a comprehensive range of modern units and appliances with granite worktops, double bowl sink and quarry tiled flooring. To the rear there is a double bedroom measuring 12'10 x 12'2 which has views of the rear garden and stream together with a family bathroom with ceramic tiled flooring and separate utility room. The imposing staircase rises to an extensive galleried landing with built in shelves leading to the master bedroom measuring 14'7 x 17'1 with built in wardrobes and stained glass leaded window giving views over the lake together with an en suite bathroom. A gas heating system is installed. Constructed of brick and flint under a slate roof, the character features were maintained throughout which include stripped pine floor, solid oak panelled doors with original wrought iron hinges, Gothic arched door, vaulted ceilings with timber panelling, staircase with turned Newel posts and balustrading incorporating cast iron stall posts from the original stables. This wonderful property has a detached annexe which comprises a workshop with exposed brick work to the rear and French doors leading to the courtyard. There is a separate living room with a kitchen area together with a shower room to the rear. The annexe has ceramic tiled flooring throughout and a gas heating system is installed. Externally, the private gardens are a true delight. There is a generous, well-kept lawn bordered by a colourful and interesting selection of plants and bushes, a fish pond and paved patio area. The Stables are accessed via a driveway with brick gate piers, metal railings and automatic gates. Leading to a gravel driveway, there is a further set of timber gates leading to the enclosed courtyard. The Alkham Valley is an agricultural area nestling between the towns of Dover and Folkestone. The valley is now recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and along with ancient wooded areas it boasts Special Landscape Area, Sites of Scientific Interest, Conservation Areas and 17 Grade II listed buildings. There is a mainline railway station at the nearby village of Kearsney and the villages of Temple Ewell and River offer primary schools and local amenities.

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Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquires to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property. We have not tested any services, systems or appliances at this property. We strongly recommend that all the information we provide be verified by you on inspection, and by your Surveyor and Conveyancer.