Pett House is a fantastic converted three kiln oast house with wonderful brick and flint elevations and three roundels with traditional cowls. Originally converted in the 1920s, the property was substantially enhanced and upgraded in the 1980s to provide very spacious accommodation of great character. Period features include some lovely old doors and exposed timbers – some reputed to be from ships broken up at Chatham Dockyard.
The kitchen/breakfast room is in one of the roundels with a two-oven AGA inset in the brick fireplace, and a door opens into the inner hall. Beyond is the dining room with polished oak floorboards and ceiling timbers, and doors leading to the conservatory, drawing room and sitting room. The generous drawing room has lovely views over the garden, and there is an open fireplace.
Pett House, £1,3m
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The full accommodation comprises sitting room, drawing room, dining room, study, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, shower room, two cloakrooms, a galleried landing and five bedrooms (two en suite) a family bathroom and a playroom.
Outside the south side of the house has a walled garden and the gardens also have extensive lawns with shrub-filled borders planted with roses and other various trees and shrubs. Behind the garage is a potting shed and a paddock containing a barn-style building which could be converted into stables. The property has around 2.2 acres.
Pett House lies within a beautiful North Downs valley characterised by pasture, orchard and woodland. The village of Stockbury has an inn, a village store and a butcher and is much sought-after.
The guide price for Pett House is £1,100,000. For further information contact Strutt & Parker on 01227 451123 or visit www.struttandparker.com.