1930s home with paddocks and stables
Address: Four Acres, Frinsted, near Sittingbourne Guide price: £900,000 Agent: Fine & Country This well presented 1930s home is in the belt of countryside within the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
It is on the edge of the village of Frinsted and has a large plot of about four acres.
Seven paddocks are served by seven stables arranged over two yards.
A 17ft kitchen/breakfast room has a double glazed bay window to the front and a further window to the back. The room has solid oak worktops, a breakfast bar and a stable door leading to a conservatory.
The sitting room, dining room and morning room are all packed with character. There is also a downstairs cloakroom on this floor.
A well designed first floor has four bedrooms, three with en suites. There is also a family bathroom and a good range of fitted wardrobes.
There is a two-storey timber-clad brick-built garage building, with an inspection pit and an electric up and over door.
A flight of steps leads to the upper storey which has barn doors at the front and back.
The area is extremely popular with horse riders and walkers, who enjoy the picturesque surroundings of the idyllic rural lifestyle. Excellent schools are to be found within a short drive. Junction 8 of the M20 for Leeds Castle is nearby and mainline rail services are at Lenham, Harrietsham or Hollingbourne.