A delightful Grade II listed property is set in a rural and idyllic setting within the sought after hamlet of Broad Street, at the foot of the North Downs with far reaching views.
The Old House is a lovely Grade II listed family home dating back to the early 16th Century with later additions. The spacious accommodation is over three floors and offers many original features.
The house is approached via a paved driveway, which leads to the side of the house and provides additional parking, and there is a fivebar wooden gate opening onto the front gravel driveway leading up to the front door. The entrance hall, with large cloakroom and w/c leads to a charming, double aspect drawing room, with inglenook, and access to the bright conservatory.
The library also leads into the conservatory and connects to the drawing room and dining room, which benefits from a further inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. There is a useful utility room and the hall door leads into the kitchen/breakfast room, with an Aga and breakfast table. In addition there is a boot room.
Upstairs on the first floor, is the principal bedroom and guest bedroom both with en suite bathrooms, two further bedrooms and family bathroom. The second floor has two further bedrooms and a study.
There is also an adjacent cottage which is available under seperate negotiation.
This property has 6 acres of land.
The gardens are immaculately presented and provide a well, a large terrace, croquet lawn, a platt, tennis court and swimming pool.
There is a delightful pool house, barn and further outbuildings, including a summerhouse. Within the barn, there is an air conditioned wine cellar.
The property sits in approximately 2 acres of garden with 5 acres of grazing paddock and has outstanding views across the neighbouring farmland and Kent countryside.
The property has numerous country walks in the vicinity. The highly sought after Bearsted Green is 2.7 miles with its village shops, station and range of pubs and restaurants.
The popular village of Hollingbourne is 1.7 miles with several pubs and a station with mainline links to London Victoria and Ashford International.
There are numerous excellent schools in the vicinity, including Hollingbourne Primary, Roseacre and Thurnham Primary, Sutton Valance, Maidstone Grammar School for Boys, Maidstone Grammar School for Girls and Invicta Grammar.
The county town of Maidstone, with its comprehensive range of shopping facilities is 6.2 miles. The house is conveniently situated 3.5 miles from junction 8 of M20, providing links to the national motorway network, Channel Tunnel and the Kent coast.Read all
- Wine cellar
- Swimming pool
- Approx. 7 acres including paddocks
- Further outbuildings, including a summerhouse.
- Croquet lawn
- Tennis court
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