A beautiful Grade II Listed Georgian cottage, believed to date back to 1799, boasting a wealth of features and deceptively spacious accommodation.
This stunning cottage is situated in one of the most beautiful lanes in Tenterden, tucked just metre from the High Street. Bells Lane is a little oasis of pretty period cottages with blossoming front gardens. Theatre Cottage was converted from the former Georgian Theatre in 1840 and is believed to date back to 1799. With exposed brick fireplaces and an exquisite wooden spiral staircase at its heart, this home is a period property lovers dream and the chance to own a piece of Tenterdens history.
The cottage offers spacious accommodation throughout and also has the added benefit of a tanked cellar. The main front door enters into a large double fronted reception room with large sash windows, high ceilings, exposed beams and an exposed brick fireplace. The kitchen to the rear provides access to the garden as well as the cellar and is fitted with an arrangement of wooden base and wall units with space for appliances. The bespoke staircase provides access to the remaining accommodation, firstly the guest bedroom with its large sash window and outlook onto the garden as well as a newly fitted en-suite wet-room. The living room is accessed next and also boast double fronted sash windows flooding the spacious room with light. On the top floor is the master bedroom, another spacious and bright room, with duel aspect windows and a built in library area, which could be the perfect place to unwind, with another en-suite bathroom completing the accommodation.
Outside, there is a pretty garden with mature shrubs and flower borders which, being south east facing, has a lovely sunny aspect.
The historical Cinque Ports town of Tenterden with its beautiful tree lined High Street is home to a number of independent shops restaurants and pubs as well as comprehensive shopping facilities such as Tesco and Waitrose.
This family home is ideally situated for a number of schools including Tenterden Infants and Junior Schools, St. Michaels Primary School and Homewood Secondary School. Transport links here are also ideal with bus links to many of the local villages as well as into Ashford town.
Train links in the area are also fantastic, with links to London from Headcorn (approximately 8 miles) and Ashford International (about 12 miles). where there is a high-speed service to London St Pancras which takes approximately 37 minutes as well as the Eurostar to take you across to the continent. Tenterden is also only a 20 minute drive (approximately) to the coastal towns of Rye and the sandy beaches at camber Sands as well as 30 minutes drive (approximately) to the Eurotunnel.