Thompson’s Oast is a Grade II listed twin roundel semi-detached oast conversion on the edge of a Kentish village. The house is constructed of brick with weather boarding to some upper elevations, and has been completely refurbished which means the house comes immaculately presented.
Inside the partly-vaulted entrance hall has glazed doors out to the rear terrace, and also doors opening onto the superb vaulted kitchen/dining room which has underfloor heating and French doors to the rear garden. The drawing room also provides access to the garden, and has a decorative fireplace, as well as a timber floor and staircase to the first floor. The pretty roundel sitting room has three windows looking out to the garden and a fireplace with a multi-fuel stove. A roundel study with fitted bookshelves completes the ground floor.
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Upstairs, the first floor landing has doors to all four bedrooms; the master bedroom suite has a double aspect, and the other rooms are all inviting and spacious – there is also a family bathroom upstairs.
The gardens are well-established and offer a wide range of shrubs and trees. The main garden area is laid to lawn and a block paved terrace provides ideal space for outdoor entertaining.
Thompson’s Oast is located on the edge of Golden Green just four miles from Tonbridge, which has a comprehensive range of facilities, and a mainline station with regular trains to London.
The guide price is £875,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01732 744 477 or visit http://search.knightfrank.com.
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