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Sold STC - Acrise Mews, Oak Hill, Acrise, CT18 - £450,000

Front, Acrise Mews, Oak Hill, Acrise, CT18

Set in the former grounds of Acrise Place, Acrise Mews is an enchanting group of period properties which were sympathetically converted from the stables and outbuildings once belonging to the main house. These were sympathetically converted in the 1980's provide a group of unique and enchanting mews style properties.

The Forge is a truly beautiful Grade II Listed period home being offered for sale in excellent decorative order and enjoying a wealth of original features throughout. The elegantly proportioned accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hall leading to the generously sized triple aspect drawing room with its cosy fireplace and the recently refitted kitchen/dining room with integrated appliances. On the first floor the wonderful principal bedroom is set beneath a vaulted ceiling with mezzanine floor and benefits from an en-suite bathroom. There is a second double bedroom and smartly fitted shower room.

The Mews is approached via a long gravelled driveway where there is ample parking for visitors and open oak framed barns providing two parking spaces for (and storage facilities) for each property. There are well tended communal gardens for the use of the residents.

For room sizes please refer to the floor plan.

Acrise is an exclusive and conveniently situated hamlet in a pleasant rural setting approximately 2.5 miles from Hawkinge and on the approach to the Cathedral City of Canterbury (approximately 14 miles distant). There is a well regarded public house nearby and a local convenience store and Post Office. Hawkinge offers a wider range of amenities including Tesco Express, Lidl, doctors, dentists and pharmacy, 2 primary schools and a Post Office. There is an active Community Centre and Village Hall together with various public houses (including the Cat and Custard Pot Public House at nearby Paddlesworth), take-aways and several riding establishments. A bus service runs to both the coastal port of Folkestone to the south and, to the north via the A2, to the Cathedral City of Canterbury. Both offer excellent shopping, recreational and educational facilities, as well as main line train services to London (high speed link from Folkestone to London St Pancras via Ashford in under an hour). The Channel Tunnel terminal at Cheriton is accessible as is the M20 motorway.