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Work from home at Key Cottage for sale with Charles Bainbridge near Faversham

By Helen Geraghty

Two huge back-to-back inglenook fireplaces form the heart of traditional hall house, Key Cottage.

The 16th-century, Grade II-listed property sits in just under four acres at Boughton under Blean, near Faversham and has a guide price of £995,000 with Charles Bainbridge.

Grounds include paddocks, orchard and a number of outbuildings.

Key Cottage has exposed beams and fireplaces
Key Cottage has exposed beams and fireplaces

Buyers will find the two inglenook fireplaces warming the 18ft sitting room and the dining room, both spaces accessed via the small front hallway.

One of the inglenooks at Key Cottage
One of the inglenooks at Key Cottage

There’s a long kitchen/breakfast room with pantry and utility.

Interiors at Key Cottage have a cosy feel
Interiors at Key Cottage have a cosy feel

Also on the ground floor is a snug, with gas-fired stove and

a cloakroom. The house has a useable basement.

The four bedrooms are all on the first floor and include a 19ft master bedroom with dressing room and large en suite bathroom with roll-top bath. The family bathroom is also on this floor.

The large en suite has a roll-top bath
The large en suite has a roll-top bath

Gardens include paved seating area with pergola and lawns and a shingled parking area leads to a car port and garage building. External steps lead up to an 18ft x 16ft studio room/home office above.

The agent, Charles Bainbridge says: “This is a most impressive 16th-century Grade II-listed former hall house in an enviable rural location, providing extensive and versatile accommodation.

“There is a wealth of features of the period, including handsome fireplaces and exposed timbers.”

For information ring the agent on 01227 780227.

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