The Horseshoes is a fine, Grade II listed cottage in Kent with well-presented accommodation over three floors. Period features include exposed wall and ceiling timbers, wooden floorboards and attractive lead-light windows.
Inside the generous sitting room has a brick inglenook fireplace -open stud work separates this room from the dining room, while the family room has direct access to the rear terrace. An oak staircase leads up to the first floor landing which provides access to three bedrooms, including the master bedroom suite. Second floor accommodation has vaulted ceilings and is arranged as a bedroom with an exposed rafter dividing the room.
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Outside the front garden has established mixed hedging to the front, with lawn trees and shrubs, while the rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with the terrace providing excellent outdoor space. The rear garden also has an ornamental pond and the remainder includes fruit trees and a greenhouse. The equestrian facilities include the timber stable block with two loose boxes, tack room and a feed store, and an outbuilding with hay storage. The pasture land is divided into three paddocks with a small schooling area.
The Horseshoes is situated on the outskirts of Bough Beech, a popular village in Kent. Neighbouring villages also include Penshurt, which has direct trains into London, and Chiddingstone.
The guide price is £950,000. For further information please contact Savills on 01732 789 700 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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