Medieval farm house in Downs setting
Address: Little Winchcombe, Crundale, Canterbury Price: £1.25m Agent: Jackson-Stops & Staff
Discover a taste of the good life at this Grade II listed farmhouse in the North Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Set in grounds stretching to about five acres, there are wonderful, far-reaching views over the surrounding farmland.
Dating to around the 13th century, Little Winchcombe is a charming detached home that has gone through various revamps over the years, the most recent adding a fabulous, oak-framed orangery in 2013.
It includes a lovely sitting room with an inglenookfeature fireplace and exposed beams, and a separate dining room also incorporating an inglenook fireplace and oak flooring.
Off the dining room, is a study, with a semi-vaulted ceiling, glazed windows and french doors that open on to the delightful garden.
The kitchen has granite work surfaces complemented with ceramic tiled flooring. Next to the kitchen is a garden room with under-floor heating.
The bedrooms are on the first and second floors, with the first floor having three good-sized bedrooms, a family bathroom and an occasional bedroom with en suite shower room. An oak staircase leads to the second floor a bathroom and another double bedroom.
The beautiful grounds are mainly laid to lawn. There are fruit cages, vegetable and herb gardens, plus various sun terraces.
Crundale is conveniently located between Canterbury and Ashford. The village has a pub. Wye with its mainline station and amenities is just over three miles away. For more details, contact the agent on 01227 781600