Published: 00:00, 28 July 2014
| Updated: 08:23, 28 July 2014
This country farmhouse is packed with 16th century character and has lovely countryside views.
Criols Court is a Grade II listed building and is believed to have been named after the 13th century landowner Sir Bertram de Crioll.
The five-bedroom house sits in the centre of its own large gardens, set back from a quiet country lane and has a small barn converted into a useful office.
The house is in Shadoxhurst, a village with a post office and pub, three miles south west of Ashford and is approached from the lane via an automated gate and gravel driveway leading to the house and its double garage. The accommodation is over three floors and includes two large reception rooms on the ground floor, each with inglenook fireplaces, beamed ceilings and oak floors. There is a kitchen/breakfast room with door to the garden.
There is a downstairs cloakroom, a utility room and a study.
The first floor has three bedrooms, one with dressing room and two bathrooms. Two good sized bedrooms on the attic floor lead to a study and a storage room.
Many of the rooms are dual aspect, with views over the gardens and surrounding countryside.
The historic barn, now used as an office, has insulation and power and could be easily converted to extra living accommodation, subject to the necessary permission.
The main area of garden is lawned and has a patio and a pond with footbridge. There’s also a double garage.
Criols Court, Shadoxhurst, near Ashford
For information ring the agent on 01233 506220
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