Published: 09:44, 16 January 2019
| Updated: 10:18, 16 January 2019
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.
Buyers will find the two inglenook fireplaces warming the 18ft sitting room and the dining room, both spaces accessed via the small front hallway.
There’s a long kitchen/breakfast room with pantry and utility.
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.
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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