Published: 00:00, 08 August 2014
| Updated: 09:49, 08 August 2014
This Arts and Crafts-style detached house has it all – a tucked away position, a touch of luxury and a rich heritage.
St Martins was built in the 1930s as the new farmhouse for the Solleys – the well-known farming family now famous for their dairy ice cream.
In countryside just outside Deal, the south facing house has lovely views over its beautiful gardens to the fields beyond.
The garden is just under an acre and includes an inviting heated swimming pool with a retractable cover.
Alongside this is a sauna, shower and a large plant room. There’s also an entertainment area with summerhouse, bar, paved terrace and a barbecue
The accommodation includes a hall, a double aspect lounge, impressive dining room, a conservatory and games room, utility room, cloakroom plus a kitchen/breakfast room. There are four bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room.
The cream kitchen has black granite effect work surfaces, integrated dishwasher and fridge as well as a range-style cooker with double oven, five ring gas hob and electric hotplate.
Your reach St Martins through electric gates that open to the gravel driveway. There’s also an integral garage plus another handy utility room.
The village of Great Mongeham has a primary school, garage and pubs.
St Martins, Northbourne Road, Great Mongeham
Agent: Marshall & Clarke
For more details contact the agent on 01304 381622
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