Large tythe barn with its own annexe
A converted tythe barn for sale in the centre of Cranbrook has no less than seven bedrooms, all on the first floor.
If that’s not enough, there’s a self-contained ground floor annexe too.
A tythe barn would have been an i m p o r ta nt – a n d large – building in any town. The buildings were used in medieval times to store large amounts of produce from farms, handed to the church as a type of rent.
This one is made of weatherboarding and brick and has a hipped tiled roof, typical of the Kent area. The front looks out on to St Dunstan’s church and there is a mature back garden.
The sitting room has a woodburning stove and is double aspect to front and back.
The kitchen/breakfast room leads to a walk-in larder and utility room. The house has a separate dining room and a cloakroom.
The l a rg e se l f- co nta i n e d annexe is at the back of the house and has its own door leading to the garden.
Seve n b e d ro o m s a re arranged over the first floor, with two bathrooms and a cloakroom.
Agent Lambert and Foster is seeking £845,000.
For information ring the agent on 01580 712888