Three of the best houses in Kent for sale

PUBLISHED: 21:56 16 January 2011 | UPDATED: 20:41 20 February 2013

Three of the best houses in Kent for sale

Three of the best houses in Kent for sale

Desirable homes for sale in Biddenden, Saltwood and East Hill

Three of the best houses in Kent for sale


Biddenden 1.5m


This handsome Grade II listed Georgian country house enjoys a semi-rural location close to the pretty Wealden village of Biddenden. Built of warm brick under a Kent peg and slate tield roof, a wealth of fine period detail ranges from sash windows and lofty ceilings to Bethersden marble fireplaces, stone floors and picture covings.


Principle rooms all take advantage of fine views of the stunning gardens and a thoughtfully planned extension provides an additional bright and airy breakfast room, a games room and striking Amdega conservatory.


Upstairs are five spacious bedrooms with generous fitted wardrobes and two bathrooms.


The partially walled grounds of 3.3 acres include a large, wildlife-rich pond, productive kitchen garden and greenhouse, fenced paddock and various outbuildings.


Jackson-Stops tel: 01580 720000


Saltwood 775,000


A gravel entrance drive offering plenty of parking space leads to this beautifully restored barn of charm and character in Saltwood village and theres a detached double garage too for when you have extra guests and family to stay.


A spacious entrance hall with a cloakroom and WC leads to an open-plan reception room, dining recess with French doors to the well-stocked, mainly walled garden and a long fitted kitchen/breakfast room.


There is a lounge in the south wing and an attractive garden room, while a spiral staircase complete with minstrels gallery takes you upstairs to the four bedrooms (two en suite) and four bathrooms/shower rooms.


Champion and Company tel: 01303 260666.


East Hill 900,000


Red Tyles sits well back in a semi-private lane and is approached along a sweeping driveway lined with some impressive mature trees on either side.


Sympathetically extended over the years to provide spacious family accommodation, this charming property retains many original features while still offering further scope for improvement.


The stunning gardens provide a perfect setting for outdoor entertaining with a heated indoor swimming pool and changing room. The stable block overlooks a paddock leading onto woodland in the distance and the detached quadruple garage offers scope for either a separate annexe or office, subject to planning consent. No onward chain.


Ibbett Mosely tel: 01959 522164






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