3 of Kent’s best luxury properties
PUBLISHED: 10:09 08 November 2016 | UPDATED: 15:26 21 November 2016
We select 3 of the best luxury properties in Faversham, Deal and Brenchley
Chase House is a handsome Georgian town house with elegant, spacious rooms over four floors that have been meticulously restored by the current owners.
An impressive reception hall leads to three reception rooms and the kitchen. The drawing room has a tall curved bay window, cornice work, a dado rail and a grand fireplace with a white Chinese marble surround and mantle.
The light-filled sitting room boasts a splendid Adams fireplace, while the dining room features original wood panelling and a sash window overlooking the garden.
Large first-floor bedrooms retain period features such as wide exposed floorboards and sash windows; three still have their original fireplaces. On the second floor is another bedroom and family bathroom.
Foundation Property Services 01227 752 617
A substantial detached period home in two acres of land, The Elms is set back from the road and boasts six bedrooms, three reception rooms plus a substantial kitchen/breakfast room and a conservatory. In addition, there is an attached two-bedroom annexe with its own entrance and garden.
A wealth of attractive features includes stripped flooring, high ceilings, attractive fireplaces and a woodburner. The master bedroom has a large en-suite shower room and there’s a further shower room and bathroom to the first floor and a cloakroom on the ground floor.
Outside, a large paved patio leads to the mainly lawned garden while to the front there is a long gravelled driveway providing off-street parking for several vehicles, and an adjacent paddock.
Miles & Barr 01227 200 600
Built in 1865, the original part of this lovely family home was once a farmworker’s cottage and over the years the house has been sympathetically extended to provide generous space for a family to grow.
The extended kitchen/breakfast room has an island unit with pop-up sockets and room for two stools beneath the breakfast bar. Oak-framed doors and windows lead out onto the garden.
Principal rooms include a formal dining room and a cosy lounge with an inglenook fireplace and wood-burning stove. There is also a study, utility room and downstairs cloakroom.
The en suite master bedroom has a feature beam and there are three further bedrooms and a large bathroom. The double garage is accessed from the internal hallway and separate stairs lead up to the loft room, which could be a teenager’s den, studio, office or gym.
Fine & Country 01580 715 000