Little Wadden Hall is an unlisted detached country cottage believed to date from the 18th Century. The property sits towards the centre of its plot which adjoins farmland on three sides and enjoys rural views. The current vendors have updated throughout and as such have very much improved the property during their ownership. It now offers a light and airy rural cottage. The property also offers the potential for development (subject to planning permission) and we have been advised by our client that an adjoining 0.5 acre is available by separate negotiation.
The property is situated just over 6 miles to the south of Canterbury, being reached off the Roman road, Stone Street which provides excellent access to both the coast and M20. The vibrant Cathedral City offers a wealth of amenities including a modern shopping centre and excellent schools in both the public and private sectors. The surrounding footpaths and bridleways in the vicinity provide beautiful countryside walks and rides, whilst the nearby village of Stelling Minnis (1.5 miles) has a shop/Post Office and public house.
Leave Canterbury on the Old Dover Road heading past the St Lawrence County Cricket ground and turn right on to Nackington Road (B2068). Follow this road towards Hythe for just over 5.5 miles and Little Wadden Hall will be found on the right hand side (shortly after the left hand turning to Bossingham) and being identified by our For Sale board.
Note: The plans are for identification purposes only and should not be relied upon for accuracy. Photographs are not true depictions of fixtures and fittings. Wide angle lenses may be used. Distances and times are approximate. CAN140118|050716|v1