Plantation House is a property dating back to the 16th century set in the heart of a popular village in the North Downs in Kent. The property has mixed elevations with timber framing and the interior is characterful with many oak timbers of a wonderful mellow colour, exposed brick and some more recent wooden floors. The property has been very carefully restored and is now an ideal family home.
The sitting room has a fine inglenook fireplace and oak floor, and leads through to the study which has an exposed brick floor and there is some attractive studwork in the master bedroom.
Accommodation in total comprises: hall, sitting room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, playroom/bedroom five, cloakroom, and upstairs a master suite with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property also has planning permission for an annexe with two bedrooms.
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Outside the house fronts the street of the village, and has a narrow lane with access down to a pretty courtyard garden. The main garden of the property is for the most part laid to lawn with some attractive trees and shrubs and has wonderful countryside views.
Plantation house is situated within both an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Special Landscape Area. It has a variety of period houses and a well regarded primary school and further facilities are offered at Faversham five miles away while Canterbury is just 14 miles.
The guide price is £450,000. For further information please contact Strutt and Parker on 01227 451123 or visit www.struttandparker.com.