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Kentish Gazette Canterbury & District - East Kent Property - - NEWS -

Lees Court was built in 1654 for Sir Ge­orge Son­des. Be­cause of its ad­vanced Clas­si­cal style it has been as­cribed to ar­chi­tect Inigo Jones, though this is un­cer­tain. It was gut­ted by fire early in the 20th cen­tury but was later re­built. Listed Grade I, it ceased to be the home of the Son­des about 25 years ago and with its hand­some sta­ble block was con­verted into flats and cot­tages. would make an ex­cel­lent gallery in which to hang those an­ces­tral por­traits.” Apart­ment 14, The Man­sion, Lees Court, Sheld­wich Lees, near Faver­sham, is priced at £250,000. No age re­stric­tion ap­plies. For in­for­ma­tion ring Hobbs Parker on 01233 506221.

The sec­ond floor apart­ment of­fers the chance to en­joy 16 acres of park­land, com­plete with pool and ten­nis court; right the kitchen

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