Published: 00:00, 05 September 2014
| Updated: 10:43, 05 September 2014
Laddingford Farm Oast has been home to Paul and Deborah Flindall for 24 years. Homes & Living finds out more about this stunning home created from a barn and three connected roundels.
Once a triple kiln oasthouse, Laddingford Farm Oast was converted to a five-bedroom home in the 1970s.
With two acres of land, it is tucked away behind wrought iron gates.
A log cabin, built just before the current owners moved in, houses an indoor swimming pool and has large doors opening to the garden.
There is a separate studio with a vaulted ceiling, which is attached to the triple garages.
Indoors, the house is characterised by exposed beams and timbers, full height windows, feature fireplaces and Travertine tiled flooring.
Rooms built into the roundels include the kitchen, which has integrated units, Aga, butler sink, two integrated fridges, integrated freezer, tiled floor and a centre island. A roundel dining room has exposed beams. The main reception room has a feature fireplace with log burner, bressumer beam over, exposed timbers and doors to the garden.
There is a snug, with tiled floor and exposed beams and the house has a downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs, three of the five bedrooms are built into roundels, two of them with their own bathrooms.
There is a family bathroom with an inset bath.
The two acres of land include orchards and a paddock area and back on to farmland.
The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a variety of established plant and fruit trees and further trees.
There is a stable, workshop and a tractor shed. The house is seven miles from Maidstone and close to the centre of Laddingford village, within easy access of schools.
Price: £1,395 million
Agent: Fine & Country
For information, ring the agent on 01732 222272.
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