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Kent dream homes: 3 of the best properties for sale in February

PUBLISHED: 11:32 29 January 2019 | UPDATED: 11:33 29 January 2019

Upper Harbledown (Miles & Barr Exclusive)

Upper Harbledown (Miles & Barr Exclusive)

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Thinking of moving to or within Kent? Every month we pick three stunning houses for sale that we’re sure you’ll love

• Cranbrook £1,295,000

Cranbrook (Fine & Country Cranbrook)Cranbrook (Fine & Country Cranbrook)

Surrounded by glorious Kent countryside is Ibis House in Heron Mews, a stunning new private gated development of just five luxury homes in Cranbrook. The kitchen has been designed by Burnhill Kitchens and is fitted with quality induction hobs, double ovens, wine coolers and Quooker instant hot water taps. Woven into the fabric of the building is technology such as CAT 6 cabling, under-floor heating and a Sonos sound system that can be operated from a smart phone or tablet.

Cranbrook (Fine & Country Cranbrook)Cranbrook (Fine & Country Cranbrook)

The five-bedroom house, built with tumbled antique bricks and traditional tile hung elevations, is also fitted with heritage style sash windows. It sits on a generous plot, so benefits from having good size gardens and large patio terraces for sitting out, relaxing and entertaining. The gardens are accessed via French or bi-folding doors, which creates an almost seamless connection between inside and out.

Cranbrook (Fine & Country Cranbrook)Cranbrook (Fine & Country Cranbrook)

Fine & Country Cranbrook 01580 715000

• Upper Harbledown £725,000

Upper Harbledown (Miles & Barr Exclusive)Upper Harbledown (Miles & Barr Exclusive)

Originally two cottages, Willow Cottage is a delightful Grade II listed, period detached five-bedroom family home standing in approximately 2.7 acres of land.

The home has many appealing features including beamed ceilings, natural brick walls, feature fireplaces and a wood burning stove. The accommodation is over three floors; there are two reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and a bathroom on the ground floor, three bedrooms, a family bathroom and two large walk-in storage rooms on the first floor and two further bedrooms on the second floor. Outside there is a large off-street parking area. The plot has a variety of trees, plants and shrubs and lawns and there is a detached office/workshop with power and wood burner.

Upper Harbledown (Miles & Barr Exclusive)Upper Harbledown (Miles & Barr Exclusive)

Miles & Barr Exclusive 01227 200600

• Sutton Valence £1,275,000

Sutton Valence (Knight Frank)Sutton Valence (Knight Frank)

This Grade II Listed former farmhouse, which has been extended and adapted over the years, offers spacious and versatile accommodation together with gardens, two feature ponds and paddocks totalling 12.5 acres complete with a stable block and menage. The sitting room boasts an imposing inglenook fireplace, while the dining room is open to a further reception room and there is a useful study. The kitchen has a comprehensive range of farmhouse-style units with a central island. Off the kitchen is a triple-aspect breakfast/family room open to the rear terrace and throughout the house you’ll find a wealth of period features and exposed timbers. There are five double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room, plus two further bathrooms.

Sutton Valence (Knight Frank)Sutton Valence (Knight Frank)

Sutton Valence (Knight Frank)Sutton Valence (Knight Frank)

Knight Frank 01732 744 466

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