Great Bulleign Farmhouse is a period property dating back to the 18th century situated between Tenterden and Rye in a very pretty part of Kent. The property itself is Grade II listed with external brick and tile elevations; the interior is also classic Georgian with reception rooms and bedrooms radiating off central halls.
The drawing room has a splendid inglenook fireplace, and has excellent proportions, as does the dining room, which enjoys expansive views. The farmhouse kitchen is particularly welcoming, with a lofty beamed ceiling and old brick floors, as well as access to the cellars.
The first floor comprises a landing with a turned staircase to the second floor and the principal suite of master bedroom suite, plus two further bedrooms which share a spacious bathroom. On the second floor are two double bedrooms and with charming sloping ceilings and beams; between the two is a family shower room, and off each is a walk-in wardrobe.
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Lavender and ornamental pools border the front door while the garden to the front of the house is mainly lawned; to the rear a paved terrace attracts afternoon and evening sun, while a delightful pond is has wonderful wildlife – the grounds come to around 0.72 of an acre.
Tenterden is three miles, and has a good range of local services, while Ashford international is just fifteen miles and has trains to London in 37 minutes.
The guide price is £845,000. For further information please contact Savills on 01580 720 161 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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