Property: 3 of the best homes in Kent, latest from Kent Life

PUBLISHED: 12:22 24 November 2011 | UPDATED: 20:20 20 February 2013

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Property: 3 of the best homes in Kent, latest from Kent Life

Property: 3 of the best homes in Kent, latest from Kent Life

Newington 695,000
This charming Grade II listed manor has been lovingly restored and updated to a high standard throughout.
Period features include oak flooring in the part-panelled drawing room with a Tudor inglenook fireplace and book shelving with a secret door leading to a recess in the attractive living room, which has French doors to a conservatory.
The beamed kitchen-breakfast room has a range of bespoke painted units and upstairs are the five bedrooms, three en suite, plus a family bathroom; there is also a shower room downstairs.
The lawned grounds to the side and rear include an enclosed courtyard area, summer house and a double garage.
Laing Bennett 01303 863393

Canterbury 795,000
This handsome Grade II listed, four-bed detached property in the city centre is arranged over three floors and has retained many of its original Georgian features, including exposed floorboards and wooden shutters.
The Old Rectory has been fully refurbished to provide spacious living accommodation, including a large entrance hall, elegant drawing room, contemporary fitted kitchen as well as a spacious cellar, walled courtyard garden and two private parking spaces.
Located within the city walls, The Old Rectory is within easy reach of a range of shops, bars and restaurants as well as Canterbury West and Canterbury East train stations, with regular and direct services into London.
Cluttons 01622 607406

Plaxtol 3,500,000
Old Allens is a former Kent Hall House believed to date from 1430 with later Arts and Crafts additions. It is set in nearly five acres of landscaped grounds with three ponds, paddocks,
a summerhouse and stables.
The house boasts a wealth of period features, including a hexagonal crown post, exposed ceiling and wall timbers, boarded latch doors, a Jacobean staircase and an impressive inglenook.
Note the panelled dining room, impressive Mark Wilkinson kitchen/breakfast room with painted solid oak units, a family room, a snug and a sitting room with open fireplace.
Upstairs youll find five bedrooms, with a new master en suite, two bathrooms and a shower room.
Jackson-Stops & Staff 01732 740600

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