Spinnakers is a delightful family house set in its own grounds, designed in 1922 by a contemporary of Lutyens
Internally, oak timbers and beams are reputed to be from the Temeraire warship made famous in Turner’s painting, and broken up at Chatham in the early years of the 20th Century. A magnificent Tudor fireplace sits in the drawing room with stone surround and oak bressumer beam and the principal internal doors are oak panelled with sliding wrought iron latches.
The reception rooms are well-appointed and on the first floor is the double-aspect master bedroom, with a further three large double bedrooms. The family bathroom features an original cast iron bath.
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Outside the land is a mixture of woodland, parkland and level paddocks with mature and specimen trees including magnificent oaks all ring-fenced within the boundary There is a shelter belt of trees and a natural pond and stream and across country course has been created through the land.
The woodland areas are beautiful with the bluebells, primroses and some orchids and a wildflower meadow lies to the far north of the land.
The stable block has three large stables, two smaller stables and a tack/feed room. There is a good stable yard with block paving which opens to all the paddocks meaning the any escapees will return to the stable yard.
Spinnakers is situated midway between the villages of Wateringbury and West
Peckham in the hamlet of Nettlestead Green in Kent. Ashford station is around 10 minutes.
The guide price is £1.35m. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01227 473 720 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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