Grade II listed coun­try home

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Front Page -

his beau­ti­ful Grade II listed coun­try prop­erty dates back in part to the 16th cen­tury. One of its finest fea­tures is the at­trac­tive Gothic style leaded light paned win­dows and front doors to the main house and the an­nexe. The in­te­rior is stun­ning with many pe­riod fea­tures re­tained, in­clud­ing a wealth of ex­posed beams and tim­bers and a mas­sive in­glenook fire­place. The ac­com­mo­da­tion in­clude sit­ting room with in­glenook, din­ing room, 35ft kitchen/break­fast room, cloak­room, 24ft util­ity room, five bed­rooms, two bath/shower rooms, study area in an­nexe – and po­ten­tial for one bed­room has an at­trac­tive beamed and partly vaulted roof. The land­ing leads to three bed­rooms, one with a built-in wardrobe and the fam­ily bath­room. The two-storey an­nexe is used as part of the fam­ily space pro­vid­ing two ex­tra bed­rooms, a shower room and an en­trance hall/ study area, but could be con­verted into a sep­a­rate one-bed­room an­nexe. The garage is used as a cin­ema and record­ing stu­dio but could be eas­ily re­in­stated. The gar­dens in­clude a sunken ter­race near the house, with the re­main­der laid to lawn with paths to the stables and pad­docks. For more de­tails call 01580 765858.

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