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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