A Kentish house of character believed to date back to the 17th century. The current owners have lovingly restored the property which is now presented in stunning order and has a wonderful mix of period charm and modern fittings.
The property is in an elevated position, with beautiful far reaching rural views of mature oak trees and fields.
Care and attention to detail was carried out during the works using original materials where possible, creating an interior of period ambience and style.
Exposed timbers and beams are a feature, there is a substantial inglenook fireplace in the sitting room and a superb vaulted ceiling to the master bedroom, which benefits from en-suite facilities. The guest bedroom has another en-suite and the back bedroom with views has a cloakroom and stylish study unit. The second floor offers a further bedroom with useful storage and there is a family bathroom also on this floor.
The bespoke kitchen has been tastefully designed with a range cooker and solid wood units. Complementary work surfaces run over with hidden appliances throughout. The kitchen is open-plan to an excellent orangery with views over the gardens.
The ground floor also offers a large entrance hall, formal dining room and separate utility with W.C.
The property is approached via a driveway which provides ample off-road parking and leads to a substantial garage. There are level lawns with mature borders and mature hedging. To the immediate rear is a large Sandstone patio which offers a splendid opportunity to enjoy drinks whilst taking in the beautiful surroundings.