Published: 06:00, 04 August 2020
Take a virtual tour of this historic £1.1 million house.
Bailiffs House in Meopham was once part of the Camer Estate and is now up for sale alongside its 3.37-acre grounds.
BTF Partnership is asking for offers in excess of £1,100,000 for the Grade II listed house, which was built in the 18th century for the Bailiff who collected rents from tenants on the estate.
Once this role became redundant it was occupied by the current owner’s grandparents and has remained a home for members of the family for more than 100 years.
Brick built, with a part tiled and part slate roof, the four bedroom house was extended on the north side in the 1970s and also includes a study on the ground floor, along with a cellar.
The estate agents have also provided video tours of the property, showing aerial shots from above and a guided tour within.
Take a look inside the historic house
The property includes two stables and approximately three acres of fenced grazing paddocks with hacking and riding available on a network of bridle ways.
The house also has a large walled garden which was originally the kitchen garden of Camer House, and two of the original fig trees remain from its productive years feeding the household.
Richard Thomas, a founding partner at BTF Partnership said: “This is a truly unique opportunity to purchase a slice of local history here in Kent and for a new family to begin occupation of a fabulous rural home with excellent links to London and beyond."
Full details can be found at www.btfpartnership.co.uk/property/camer-park-meopham-gravesend/