Kent dream homes: 3 of the best properties for sale in June
PUBLISHED: 11:57 29 May 2019
Thinking of moving to or within Kent? Every month we pick three stunning houses for sale that we're sure you'll love
- East Church (£2,500,000 to £2,750,000)
Magnificent Grade II-listed Shurland Hall enjoys far-reaching views over its own grounds of seven acres, which include a boating lake with a timber jetty. An oak and iron-studded entrance door opens to an impressive entrance hall that bisects the north and south wings and offers access to a downstairs cloakroom within one of two octagonal turrets. In the north wing, a formal dining room features wood-panelled walls, exposed timber floorboards and a marble open fireplace. A secondary entrance hall leads to the drawing room, spacious oak-finished kitchen/breakfast room and separate utility room. On the first floor of the north wing are three double bedrooms (one is en suite) and a luxurious family bathroom. In the south wing you will find two further bedrooms, reached via a spiral staircase within the second octagonal turret.
Fine & Country 01732 222272
- Lynsted (£1,250,000)
The former Roper dower house to Lynsted Park, this Grade II-listed country house set in around 3.25 acres of grounds was originally two detached 16th-century cottages. The generous accommodation includes five bedrooms - a master with dressing room and en-suite bathroom, plus two further bedrooms serviced by a Jack and Jill bathroom. There is an additional bathroom, three reception rooms, a study, cellar and an attic room/studio. The spacious farmhouse kitchen is the heart of the home, and character abounds throughout, with a number of fireplaces, beams and timbers. Outside are several outbuildings and stables, a double garage/car port, parking, formal gardens, lawns and a paddock.
Miles and Barr Exclusive 01227 200 600
- Tenterden (£1,350,000)
Grade II-listed East Hill House offers versatile accommodation over four floors, including a cellar, together with many original features such as a Venetian window and fireplaces. There are four reception rooms, a large kitchen and breakfast room and an impressive Victorian-style conservatory with double doors leading to the pretty walled garden. On the first floor are four bedrooms, a family bathroom and a shower room. The second floor floor provides potential for flexible living accommodation and currently has another four bedrooms, plus a room historically used as a kitchen, and a bathroom. Outside a double garage leads to a paved area and workshop with a lean-to greenhouse and raised vegetable beds.
Fine & Country 01580 766388