Rectory Lane, Barham, CT4 6PD
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The property is well situated in this popular village which boasts a good number of facilities; including a recently opened community/general stores/post office, hall, bowls club, playing fields, church, public house/restaurant and sought after primary school.
The surrounding countryside forms part of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty over which there is a wealth of walks, rides and cycle routes. There is a regular bus service running through the heart of the village, giving access to the north to the historic Cathedral City of Canterbury and, to the south, the Channel Tunnel town of Folkestone and Ancient Cinque Port Town of Hythe on the coast. These offer a wide range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities, together with high speed main line train services to London with the travel time to St Pancras being some 60 minutes.
A little further afield will be found the expanding business centre of Ashford, from where the capital may be accessed in some 37 minutes and, via the Eurostar connections, there is direct and easy access deep into Europe.
Approx. 12' 10'' x 10' 9'' (3.91m x 3.27m)
Approx. 12' 11'' x 10' 1'' (3.93m x 3.07m)
Approx. 11' 11'' x 10' 10'' (3.63m x 3.30m)
Approx. 9' 11'' x 5' 6'' (3.02m x 1.68m)
Approx. 7' 6'' x 4' 4'' (2.28m x 1.32m)
Second Floor Bedroom Two plus Eaves Storage
Approx. 13' 0'' x 11' 9'' (3.96m x 3.58m)
All mains services connected. Gas fired central heating. Outside tap.
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