A fine example of a Medieval Hall House, Ragstones is a property dating from about 1500, with the parlour end rebuilt a century later. The house is constructed from oak timer frames under a Kent peg tiled roof. Internally there is a wealth of beams and timbers, with two attractive inglenook fireplaces and a former bread oven.
The property has three bedrooms, dining room, sitting room and kitchen with Aga. There is a staircase at each end of the house.
The house is around two miles south of the popular village of Pluckley which provides useful amenities day-to-day while Ashford, Canterbury and Tenterden are all easily accessible. Pluckley station is also within walking distance and provides regular services to London in around 70 minutes.
The guide price is £695,000. For further information please contact Strutt and Parker on 01732 459900.