This historic Kentish property sits in five acres of its own gardens which include a magnificent pond, stables and paddocks
Shieling Hall is an historic Medieval galleried hall house which features in Pevsner’s Buildings of England. The property in Kent, is in a beautifully restored state and has some extraordinary period features including the inglenook fireplace in the Medieval galleried hall, extensive exposed timbers and mullioned windows and a dragon beam in the sitting room.
The interiors are full of character but the accommodation is flexible and provides perfectly for a family who may be looking to entertain. Accommodation in total comprises: galleried hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, cloakroom, cellars and four bedrooms plus a family bathroom.
Outside the mature gardens are extensively planted and very well-planned. Beside the house is a small pond and a herb garden are the range of outbuildings. A herbaceous garden filled with roses and a range of specimen trees are also the large centerpiece pond with a small island in the middle. The stable block and paddocks are accessed by a five-bar gate and there is also a small former cherry orchard with some trees remaining. The land comes to around five acres.
Shieling Hall is situated in the Wealden village of Langley and local facilities can be found at Sutton Valence (two miles) or Headcorn (five miles).
The guide price is £895,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01227 473 720 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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