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Charles Bainbridge house for sale was once the Windmill Inn

By Helen Geraghty

On top of the North Downs, this former village pub comes with original 18th-century fireplaces, exposed beams and eight acres of land.

Once known as the Windmill Inn, it originally took its name from a neighbouring smock mill, now long gone.

While there’s still plenty of character, the property at Throwley Forstal near Faversham is now a comfortable four-bedroom home, with the two large pub rooms at the front now a dining room and an extended sitting room, each with a fireplace and linked by double doors.

The Old Windmill Inn is now a four-bedroom home
The Old Windmill Inn is now a four-bedroom home

An L-shaped kitchen/breakfast room is at the back of the house and the house has a downstairs cloakroom.

There are beams and fireplaces
There are beams and fireplaces

There’s still fun to be had in the old function room at the back, which makes a great games room or party venue. And instead of barrels, the old beer cellar now houses an oil-fired boiler providing the central heating and hot water.

On the first floor the master bedroom has an en suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

There is driveway parking as well as a garage, workshop and some other outbuildings.

At the back is a courtyard, lawns, mature trees and a kitchen garden with greenhouse. Grazing land is fenced and has a separate access, making the total plot of eight acres.

The old pub comes with eight acres
The old pub comes with eight acres

Paul Willmott of selling agent Charles Bainbridge, says: “Throwley Forstal is a picturesque village surrounded by delightful farmland and countryside.”

The house is priced at £925,000.

For information ring the agent on 01227 780227.

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