Georgian home with converted stable block
Address: Court Lodge, Nackington, near Canterbury Guide Price: £1.25m Agent: Finn’s
The new owners of this stunning Georgian home will also be buying a versatile two-bedroom converted stable as part of the package.
Grade II listed, the pre-Georgian part of the house is timber-framed, with the kitchen and dining room being 20th century additions.
The impressive ground floor accommodation is made up of an entrance hall, drawing room, cellar with a wine store, study, utility room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom.
On the first floor are the three of the four bedrooms and the family bathroom. A further flight of stairs leads to an upper landing and the bright, spacious master bedroom and dressing room.
The grounds and gardens extend to around one acre. They are divided into a number of areas and mainly laid to lawn although there are various vegetable beds as well as a greenhouse, large barn, a timber-framed outbuilding being used as a general store plus a triple garage.
North west of the main house, Court Lodge Stables was converted in 2013 and has a separate gated entrance. It has traditional weatherboard elevations and a slate roof.
As well as the sleeping accommodation, there’s a kitchen, sitting room, wet room and a dining room with a vaulted ceiling.
A four-acre paddock is available to buy along with Court Lodge by separate negotiation.
The hamlet of Nackington is under three miles from the centre of Canterbury. It forms part of the parish of Lower Hardres. Church Lane is a peaceful no through road off Stone Street (B2068).
For more details, contact the agent on 01227 454111