Faulkners Oast East is a fabulous example of an attached Kentish triple roundel oast house, believed to date from the mid 1800s. The property is constructed of brick and has a Kent peg tile roof coverings, as well as al original decorative cowls in tact.
Inside, the accommodation is spacious and flexible, and arranged over three floors/ The vast drawing room features a full-height window offering great views of the nearby Hadlow Tower, while the drawing room has an attractive wood-burning stove, exposed beams and double French doors out to the terrace.
The dining room in the roundel is a great entertaining space, while the kitchen sits in the second roundel, and has a barn door opening onto the terrace. An elegant English oak staircase rises to all three floors of the house and leads to the six double bedrooms and three family bathrooms. The second staircase landings provide versatile further accommodation.
The gardens and grounds are very pretty – the gardens are mainly laid to lawn – while the large studio lies to the front of the property and there are two paddocks. The grounds come to around an acre.
Faulkners Oast East is located just a stone’s throw from the village of Hadlow which has good local facilities and a primary schools. Tonbridge is just over three miles for further amenities and a mainline station into London Charing Cross.
The guide price is £1.35m. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01732 459 900 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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