Guide Price £1,250,000
Stunning Barn Conversion - East Brabourne
IMMERSIVE 3D GUIDED VIRTUAL VIEWINGS AVAILABLE. £1,250,000 - £1,300,000 (Guide Price). Stunning Grade II Listed Barn Conversion. Four double bedrooms. Master bedroom/ en-suite/ walk-in-wardrobe. Large kitchen/ three receptions. Vaulted ceilings. Landscaped gardens of approximately one acre. Annexed gym/ office. Garage/ large driveway. Breathtaking views. Easy access to road/ rail networks.
Fine and Country are delighted to present the quite exceptional 17th century residence that is Court Lodge Barn. Idyllically nestled beyond a ragstone wall, the home enjoys beautifully manicured gardens and grounds of approximately one acre, affording breathtaking vistas to the front and rear, overlooking beautiful vineyards, neighbouring farmland and the North Downs.
Originally converted in the early 1990s this well appointed Grade II Listed home seamlessly blends characterful charm and contemporary elegance with the desirable convenience and efficiency of a more modern home with an abundant sense of light and space.
The centrally located reception hall boasts an impressive galleried landing with a beamed and vaulted ceiling, bathed in light via double height windows. An extremely generous triple aspect living room features characterful exposed timbers to the walls and ceiling and a striking contemporary glazed fireplace. The kitchen is also impressively large, with plenty of space for a second lounge and dining area. The hand crafted kitchen exhibits an Aga, additional electric oven and induction hob, granite work surfaces and a quarry tile floor. A dedicated utility room with walk-in pantry and a downstairs cloakroom complete the ground floor.
An oak staircase rises to a substantial galleried landing, with sufficient space for open plan working and offers fantastic views for those working from home. The master bedroom and bedroom two both benefit from vaulted ceilings and large walk-in-wardrobes, while a luxurious en-suite shower room serves the master bedroom. An equally impressive family bathroom serves the remaining three bedrooms on the first floor.
Occupying an enviable position within a plot of approximately one acre, predominantly laid to lawn interspersed with a mature range of specimen trees with prolifically well stocked flower beds exhibiting an array of mature shrubbery and herbaceous plants while an attractive arched walkway providing further interest. A large wooden sun terrace to the rear of the home affords the perfect spot to view the garden and to enjoy al-fresco dining, as does an additional stone paved seating area to the side of the property. A shed for a ride on mower is conveniently located within the garden also.
An attractive annexe stands within the front garden. With large glass doors and a Velux window within the roof this versatile space is ideal for those who would like office space away from the house, a home gym or for occasional guests.
Garaging & Parking
There is a good size solid oak framed garage with power and light and a carriage driveway dressed in fine shingle, offering convenient in/ out access and ample parking for numerous vehicles.
Court Lodge Barn stands idyllically within the Conservation Area of the highly desirable and quintessential Kentish village of East Brabourne, overlooking the rolling hills of the North Downs, itself an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village's attractive ancient church is situated at one end of the lane and the highly acclaimed award-winning pub/eatery/inn The Five Bells lies at the other, while the village school is approximately 1 mile distant.
The village of Wye is located a short drive away and offers a wider range of facilities to include shops, GP surgery, library, pubs, restaurants and an active village hall plus sports facilities. It also benefits from a regular bus service to both Ashford and Canterbury and a mainline railway station with services to London Charing Cross, Canterbury West and London Victoria. The popular town of Ashford is only approximately 8 miles away and benefits from a more comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities as well as the Ashford International Rail Station, providing High Speed services to Stratford in 28 minutes and London St. Pancras in 37 minutes.
- £1,250,000 - £1,300,000 (Guide Price)
- Stunning Grade II Listed Barn Conversion With Breathtaking Views
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Master Bedroom/ En-Suite/ Walk-in-Wardrobe
- Large Kitchen/ Three Receptions
- Vaulted Ceilings
- Landscaped Gardens of Approximately One Acre
- Annexed Gym/ Office
- Garage/ Large Driveway
- Easy Access to Road/ Rail Networks