Property news from Kent
PUBLISHED: 15:01 18 October 2010 | UPDATED: 11:55 28 February 2013
Three of the top properties on sale in Kent this month
Property news from Kent
High Halstow 600,000
Perfect if you love horses or want to work from home (or both!), this versatile home with excellent riding paths along the sea wall has a 26ft kitchen/diner (great for entertaining), a lounge with feature fireplace housing a wood- burning stove, a study and downstairs cloakroom.
Upstairs theres a modern family bathroom, four double bedrooms, the 26ft master bedroom having its own en-suite shower room.
A large gravelled drive allows for ample parking with a walled surround. To the rear there is a large garden mainly laid to lawn, with a decking area and viewing platform overlooking the fish pond. A wrought-iron gate leads to a large forecourt, double garage and two lean-to areas, a 16ft stable and a barn measures that would be ideal for someone wishing to run a small business from home. A gate leads to the two paddocks of approximately 2.25 acres.
Greyfox Prestige 01732 617227
With Matfield having just been named Kent Village of the Year 2010 (see page xx), what better time to snap up this rare opportunity to own a stunning detached twin-roundel oast house tucked away in some 15 acres of beautiful rural Kentish countryside? Accessible via electric double gates, Summerford Oast exudes charm and character from the moment you step inside.
On the ground floor youll find a cloakroom plus lounge, dining room and kitchen in the roundel. The master bedroom and second bedroom on the first floor are also in the roundel and there are a further two bedrooms with bathroom and shower room on the same floor, plus bathroom/shower room and dressing room to the second floor.
The landscaped gardens with far-reaching views across neighbouring countryside include lawns, mature trees, shrubs, a patio area and a brick paved drive with gravelled parking area for several vehicles. No forward chain.
01892 833 388
In the centre of Hythe, this splendid listed Grade II house with Georgian origins is set in attractively laid out gardens and faces south overlooking the Royal Military Canal. With plenty of room for the whole family, theres a downstairs cloakroom, large sitting room, snug, office area, conservatory, spacious kitchen/dining room and utility room. A study can double as an occasional fifth bedroom, complete with shower room and WC en suite, and there are three to four futher bedrooms, two bathrooms (one en suite), plus a double garage.
Champion and Company