This outstanding detached former period farmhouse understood to date from the 17th Century and fully justifying its Grade II listing has a very spacious interior providing well-arranged and exceptional family accommodation over the three floors. Throughout there are numerous fine period and notable features some of which include the following:-
• The drawing room and dining room are well proportioned rooms with exposed timbers and beams and both have fine inglenook fireplaces with wood burning stoves and polished wood flooring in the dining room. The sitting room also has a wood burning stove set into a fireplace with exposed brick surrounds and ceiling beams. The study which is a good size could equally be used as a family room if required.
• The superb very impressive farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room has a magnificent high vaulted and beamed ceiling, an AGA, a range of cupboards with marble work tops, butler sink, tiled flooring and door to outside.
• On the first floor, which can be approached by a main or secondary staircase, there are three excellent bedrooms all with outlooks to the front and with lovely polished wood floors. There are a further two bedrooms to the rear and a family bathroom, which includes a separate shower, plus an additional shower room.
• On the top floor there are two bedrooms, a shower room and a further large room which could be either a games room or an additional bedroom. All these stunning rooms have high vaulted and beamed ceilings and far reaching views.
Approached by a long drive and set in beautiful grounds with far reaching views Home Farmhouse is less than one mile from the attractive village of Hawkhurst where there are Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets, local shops, a cinema and pubs. The house is opposite the highly regarded St Ronan’s School and is within the Cranbrook School Catchment Area. Also nearby are Marlborough House School, Dulwich Preparatory School and Benenden Girls School. In Cranbrook there are a wide range of amenities, local shops, supermarkets and banks etc. Further excellent shopping facilities are in Tenterden and Tunbridge Wells.
The house is approached from Water Lane by a shared drive to its own private parking area which is flanked by a long stone wall and with a brick outbuilding to one end. A pathway flanked by shrub borders and beds leads to the front and surrounding are sweeping areas of lawn. By the house there is a wide paved terrace and to the side a productive vegetable garden and a garden store. All is surrounded by mature hedges and beyond the garden is the paddock where there are some fine trees, in all about 3.5 acres.
3 Bath/Shower Rooms
Delightful Gardens & Paddock
In all About 3.5 Acres