Kent dream homes: 3 of the best properties for sale in July
PUBLISHED: 16:56 01 July 2019 | UPDATED: 16:56 01 July 2019
Thinking of moving to or within Kent? Every month we pick three stunning houses for sale that we're sure you'll love
- Sandhurst (£575,000)
This Grade II-listed Georgian property with a gated entrance is interesting both inside and out; with later additions, it now provides a comfortable three-bedroom home, full of quirky, original features. There are three sizeable reception rooms - a morning room, with doors to the south-facing garden and terrace, a beamed lounge with inglenook fireplace and steps down to the lofty, pine-floored dining room - and oil-fired central heating throughout. The light, bright kitchen with ceiling windows to the rear has a separate tile-floored utility room and there's a family bathroom also on this floor. Upstairs are three bedrooms, one of which is en-suite. Outside you'll find an oak-built double garage, two wooden garden sheds, a greenhouse and a chicken pen with enclosure. The charming garden has a bridge over the stream that leads to a woodland area.
Fine & Country Cranbrook 01580 715000
- Whitstable (£1.5m)
Iwade is a contemporary detached home set in three and a half acres of park and woodland grounds with a swimming pool and pool room. Both the open-plan living/dining area and formal lounge both have wood-burners, there's a garden room, kitchen/breakfast room with a separate utility room, plus a shower room on the ground floor. Upstairs you'll find en en-suite master bedroom with doors out to a large balcony. There are four further bedrooms (one en-suite), a study and family bathroom. The attached garden flat offers an open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner and a family bathroom; upstairs there are two bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom and dressing room. The annexe also has its own private garden terrace and barbecue area.
Miles and Barr 01227 200600
- East Sutton (£1.35m)
Bells Farm is a charming Grade II-listed farmhouse in parts dating back to the 16th century. The entrance hall leads to a snug with an inglenook and the south-east facing dining room; the rear lobby takes you to the kitchen-breakfast room, which has an Aga and larder. The study leads off the kitchen. The drawing room and downstairs WC lead off the reception hall with a spiral staircase upstairs to the triple-aspect main bedroom suite. On the first and second floor are four further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property also has an unconverted barn at the entrance and further outbuildings, with potential for refurbishment, along with an additional access point on the lane. A small stream meanders through the immaculate gardens.
Knight Frank 01732 744464