A stunning detached twin roundel oast house, located close to the centre of the village, full of character and charm with an abundance of period features, attractive gardens and two garages.
The elevations are of brick and stone beneath a Kent peg tiled roof. A 17th century oak door leads into a spacious entrance hall with an exposed wall, a coat cupboard and a cloakroom. An inner door leads to the breakfast room and kitchen, a small dining room and a staircase to the upper floor. The kitchen has been fitted with an attractive range of wall and base units with granite work surface with integrated twin ovens, dishwasher and also features a large pantry style and utilities storage cupboard. The small dining room has an external door leading to the side garden and drive. Limed oak double doors lead to the grand drawing room from which an external door leads to the front patio. Period doors lead to the formal dining room and sitting room - both in roundels. The formal dining room has flagstone floors and stained glass windows - impressive for hosting large dinner parties. The sitting room features an old carved fireplace and wooden floors. Most ceilings on the ground floor are beamed.
The first floor landing leads into three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a study. Bedroom one is an impressive room and is situated in a roundel with views across the Downs. The study has a small staircase to bedroom two, again a roundel with fixed ladder access to a loft area. Bedrooms four and five have sunny aspects and views. From the main landing there is an additional staircase leading to the third roundel bedroom 3 with a high ceiling and far reaching views. At this level there is walk-in access to a large loft area.
The property has a shared drive and two separate garages. The pretty garden is nicely matured with a wide array of flower and shrub borders. There is a good expanse of lawn and well positioned seating areas. The front garden offers a covered patio seating area and has been designed with a Mediterranean style in mind.