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Built Circa 1860 and standing proud in the centre of the village within walled grounds this imposing former Victorian rectory has been comprehensively restored over recent years with meticulous attention to detail yet retains the true integrity and character of the original building. Approached by gothic style porch you are presented with tiled entrance hall with period staircase, there are two substantial reception rooms, the dining room having two sets of full height French doors which open onto south facing patio terrace and gardens. The kitchen/family room is well appointed with granite work surfaces, Aga and conventional oven and hob for summer cooking, this leads to practical utility/boot room and access to the three cellar rooms, one of which would make an ideal wine cellar.

To the first floor are three substantial bedrooms two of which afford views over the stunning countryside and being served by newly installed family bathroom. To the second floor are two further bedrooms with sumptuous bathroom with roll top bath.

Mature gardens wrap around the house with specimen trees with beautiful tucked away spots, a safe place for children to explore. The gravel driveway provides ample parking which leads to double garage.

EPC Rating F Cooling is steeped in history with definitive links to the works of Charles Dickens and the 13th Century church of St James. The Hoo Peninsular, in which Cooling is found, is positioned to the north of the Medway Towns and to the north east of Gravesham. The area is renowned for its striking countryside and yet despite its overriding rural feel, it is extremely accessible with excellent road and rail links to the capital. LOCATIONCooling is steeped in history with definitive links to the works of Charles Dickens and the 13th Century church of St James. The Hoo Peninsular, in which Cooling is found, is positioned to the north of the Medway Towns and to the north east of Gravesha... Read more

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