A 300-year-old cottage in Gravesend has surprisingly cropped up on Zoopla’s 10 mist-viewed houses in the UK right now.
New research has revealed that the pretty three-bed cottage located in Northfleet, north Kent, is the ninth most popular property on Zoopla.
Coming in with a guide price of just over £400,000, we’ve taken a look into the house to see what’s grabbing the nation’s attention.
Zoopla’s description describes the property as ‘a stunning double-fronted timber-framed cottage’ that’s around 300 years old.
‘De-listed and with a great deal of charm and character,’ the property comes with “vast living accommodation and an attractive garden.”
The cottage is located on Vale Road in Northfleet, DA11, around 2 miles away from Ebbsfleet Station and comes with easy access to the M2 and M25.
The three bedrooms are good sized, plus a family bathroom and WC, gas central heating and double glazing.
The house also comes with a large lounge and kitchen, conservatory, cloakroom, and a small cellar.
Listed by agents Linda Matthews & Co, the guide price is £409,995.
This cottage currently ranks ninth on Zoopla’s most popular list, with a two-bed holiday home in Chichester costing just £44,995 currently topping the list.
Tom Parker, sonsumer spokesperson at Zoopla, said: “This second lockdown has brought with it a further boost to demand for property, with homes located across the UK, from Dorset to Dunstable and up north to Darlington proving amongst the most popular.
“The range of property types that Brits are looking at is broad, and includes terraced houses, detached cottages and even a static caravan, highlighting that in this period of market buoyancy, appetite for property is more diverse than ever.”
You can view the Gravesend listing here.