This nine-bedroom home is hiding a secret wine cellar that you can only find through the trapdoor.
If you want to amuse your guests with a truly unique feature, this Grade II-listed property in Sevenoaks has an underground three-room wine cellar that you can access through an electric-operated glass trapdoor.
The quirky door to the cellar can be found in the hallway between the dining room and the family room and can be opened with the touch of a button.
However, despite this modern feature, the £2.75 million home still has many traditional aspects that date back to its origins, including the high ceilings and original William De Morgan tiled fireplaces.
There are also nine bedrooms, including a master bedroom with its own balcony and en-suite bathroom, a bespoke kitchen with fitted appliances and several reception rooms, including a drawing room and music room.
The property also boasts an annexe which houses an additional kitchen, bathroom, dining room and a home gym.
The spacious outdoor area is a highlight of the home, with a walled garden, patioed terrace and well-maintained lawns.
There’s also water features, vegetable patches and potted plants to help bring plenty of character to the space.
If you want to explore what’s outside of this semi-detached property, you can visit the local pub, The Kings Head, which is just two minutes’ walk from your front door.
Sevenoaks town centre, which has a variety of shops, bars and restaurants, can also be reached in less than 10 minutes in the car.
A number of stunning National Trust properties, including Knole, Chartwell, Emmetts Garden and Ightham Mote, are all within 20 minutes of the house, so you have plenty of places to take your friends and family when they come to visit.
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This property can be found at Bessels Green Road in Sevenoaks.