Eyhorne Manor is a superb example of a 15th century Wealden hall house in the village of Hollingbourne in Kent. The house dates back to the 15th century and was formerly cottages which were extended in the 17th century. The vendors have restored the house to an immaculate standard, including the rare smoke loft in the kitchen/breakfast room.
The house is filled with period features including inglenook fireplaces, mullioned windows and a double aspect sitting room. Upstairs the master bedroom has a large open fireplace and its own bathroom. The landing features fantastic exposed timbers and the second landing gives access to two further bedrooms – there are seven in total over two floors. Accommodation is arranged at the present time to allow for a two bedroom annexe with its own kitchen.
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Accommodation in total comprises entrance lobby, dining room, sitting room, family room, morning room, kitchen/breakfast room, rear lobby, cloakroom, second kitchen and a cellar downstairs; upstairs are the master bedroom and six further bedrooms, two bathrooms and a shower room.
To the rear of the house is a large courtyard with established and well-stocked borders. The property is set in an elevated position and offers excellent levels of privacy. The front garden is laid predominantly to lawn.
Eyhorne Manor is situated in the lower half of Hollingbourne, five miles from the station which has services to London Victoria. The village has a shop a primary school and three pubs.
The guide price is £875,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01732 744 477 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.
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