El­e­gance and real qual­ity

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Front Page -

his el­e­gant and well pre­sented four-bed­room at­tached Queen Anne town­house is in a prom­i­nent po­si­tion in the heart of Sta­ple­hurst. Un­der­stood to date from 1703 it is a Grade II listed house which un­der­went gen­tri­fi­ca­tion in the early 19th cen­tury. It was de­scribed in James Turner’s au­to­bi­og­ra­phy Seven Gar­dens for Cather­ine, and was also men­tioned in Pevs­ner. There are many pe­riod fea­tures in­clud­ing sash win­dows with orig­i­nal shut­ters, moulded skirt­ings, ceil­ing roses and at­trac­tive open fire­places with richly em­bossed and moulded sur­rounds, and el­e­gant stair­cases. There is a pretty back gar­den and se­cure, gated park­ing for two cars. Jeremy St Clair Ge­orge of Cal­cutt Maclean Standen said: “Vine House is an ex­cep­tional and un­spoilt pe­riod town house brim­ming with fine pe­riod fea­tures, where el­e­gance and qual­ity are sec­ond to none.” For more de­tails con­tact the agent on 01580 713250.

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