Period charm with beams and inglenook
ON THE MARKET
Address: Seymour Place, High Street, Wingham, Canterbury Price: £795,000 Agent: Strutt & Parker Built around a large inglenook fireplace, Seymour House, is a good example of a Wealden hall house and is on the market with Strutt & Parker, priced £795,000.
This detached village house is Grade II listed and dates from the 16th century, having lots of attractive exposed light oak beams.
The property is seven miles from Canterbury, six miles from Sandwich and has a large garage.
An entrance hall leads to a reception room with the inglenook fireplace and to another reception room with two brick fireplaces.
The dining room leads directly into the well fitted and vaulted kitchen.
On the first floor, the master bedroom has a large, fully fitted en suite. The three further double bedrooms, all with wonderful beams and exposed brick work, share the family bathroom.
There is a self-contained one-bedroom annexe on the lower ground floor. The back garden gives a good level of privacy and is divided into two areas. There is a large garage with storage and plenty of off road parking.
Wingham is a thriving village with a useful range of shops including post office, greengrocers, village store, pubs, doctor’s surgery, dentist and a well-regarded primary school.
The A2/M2 can be joined just south of Canterbury at Bridge, six miles away.