Published: 08:30, 04 March 2019
| Updated: 10:33, 07 March 2019
Medieval oak beams and inglenook fireplaces are part of the package at a 15th-century cottage for sale in an elevated spot in one of the Weald's prettiest villages.
No 2, The Charity, School Hill, Lamberhurst, is the middle property in a row of three cottages that by the 18th-century formed the village workhouse.
The three-bedroom home is Grade II-listed by Historic England, partly on account of unusual curved dragon beams such as the one in the master bedroom.
Living room, kitchen and dining room are on the ground floor, with a sun room at the back looking over the lawned back garden. First floor has two bedrooms and bathroom and one bedroom is tucked into the roof with a dormer window to the front.
Rebecca O'Connor, of Chewton Rose, says: "This is a fantastic opportunity to own a little slice of history. This quirky house is packed with original features including a bread oven in the inglenook fireplace.
"It would be ideal for someone who is looking for a home they can decorate to their own taste."
Guide price is £425,000.
For information ring 01892 458931.