17th-century Kentish farmhouse

PUBLISHED: 08:16 06 May 2014 | UPDATED: 08:16 06 May 2014

Mundy Bois House, Egerton

Mundy Bois House, Egerton


Mundy Bois House, Egerton

Mundy Bois House, set in lovely countryside midway between the villages of Egerton and Pluckley, is on sale for £1,295,000.

A fine example of a 17th-century Kentish farmhouse and originally dating from the 15th century, the house is part timber-framed and has original features such as leaded light windows, terracotta tiled and stripped oak floors, exposed ceiling timbers and splendid fireplaces – including a magnificent inglenook in the sitting room.

The en-suite master bedroom with its own dressing room has leaded light windows to the front, some super timbers and a fireplace with preserved unpainted wattle and daub protected by glass screen above.

There are three further bedrooms and the annexe has been converted from an old barn and stables to the highest specification.

Within the garage is a secondary annexe with pedestrian door to small hallway with stairs up to two double bedrooms, which share a well-fitted shower room.

Strutt & Parker 01227 451123

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