- Beautiful unlisted detached period country home
- Set in 2.2 acres (tbc) of wonderful gardens and pastureland
- Tucked away setting at the end of a long driveway
- 5 Bedroom accommodation with a wealth of features
- Ample parking and Garage / Workshop
- Easy reach of Pluckey railway station about half a mile away
- On the edge of the famous and historic village of Pluckley
- The village has a general store, Post Office, butcher and village school
Parsonage Cottage is a most attractive detached period property enjoying a lovely tucked away setting with about 2.2 acres (unmeasured) with a large garage / workshop and heated swimming pool. All set within easy reach of Pluckley train station.
Internally, the property is full of charm and character with excellent five bedroom accommodation arranged over three floors, there are many fine features to include beams and timbers, latch doors and a lovely inglenook fireplace with woodburner and catslide roof, all of which add to the overall appeal of this delightful family home.
Parsonage Cottage occupies a wonderful location approached over a long driveway with ample parking which leads to the garage and is set in mature gardens and patureland of about 2.2 acres (unmeasured).
The historic Pluckley village is within easy reach with local facilities including the well-k
The accommodation comprises the following with approximate dimensions :
GROUND FLOOR : Entrance door opens into the ENTRANCE HALL with brick flooring and doors to : UTILITY ROOM / CLOAKROOM
Providing ample space for appliances. Central heating boiler. Low level w.c. and wash hand basin. Door to the inner hall. STUDY 9' 0" x 7' 6" (2.74m x 2.29m)
Window overlooking the rear parking area. SITTING ROOM 24' 7" x 12' 9." (7.49m x 3.89m)
A wonderful sitting rom with two windows overlooking the garden and access to a further door and porch. There are a wealth of ceiling beams and exposed brickwork and the inglenook fireplace is a stunning feature with woodburning stove and bread oven. DINING ROOM 16' 4" x 9' 10" (4.98m x 3m)
Window to the garden and internal window to the inner hall. Door to KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM 15' 0" x 10' 6" (4.57m x 3.2m)
A well appointed 'country' style kitchen comprising a range of worksurfaces, base units, drawers and matching wall units. Butler style sink unit. Space for appliances. Ceiling beams. Space for dining table and chairs.
Please note : there would appear to be the opportunity to enlarge the kitchen by opening through to the adjacent dining room (subject to any necessary planning consent). Stable door to : CONSERVATORY
Steps up to the conservatory. Door to the rear. CONSERVATORY 31' 10" x 22' 9" (9.7m x 6.93m)
A spacious oak framed conservatory with quarry tiled floor derived from an old French barn. A lovely room to sit and relax overlooking the gardens and grounds. This is currently being used as a studio but again subject to planning consent could be incorporated into the main house. FIRST FLOOR LANDING :
Doors to : MASTER BEDROOM 13' 8" x 13' 2" (4.17m x 4.01m)
A charming room with exposed beams and timbers and attractive feature brick fireplace. Door to the en-suite bathroom (with restricted door entrance head-height).
EN-SUITE BATHROOM fitted with a modern white suite. BEDROOM 3 20' 5" x 8' 8" (6.22m x 2.64m)
Double aspect room with dormer windows views over the garden. Built in cupboard. BEDROOM 5 8' 3" x 6' 10" (2.51m x 2.08m)
Built in cupboard. Window to the front. BATHROOM
Fitted with a low level w.c. wash hand basin and bath. SECOND FLOOR LANDING
Doors to : BEDROOM 2 22'' 0" x 8' 7" (6.71m x 2.62m)
Two windows to the front and further window to the side. Built in cupboard. BEDROOM 4 14' 0" x 9' 11" (4.27m x 3.02m)
Window to the front. Built in cupboard. SHOWER ROOM
Shower cubicle, low level .w.c and wash hand basin. OUTSIDE
Approached over a long driveway providing ample off road parking and leading to the DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE about 28'11 x 18'7. The wonderful gardens and grounds providing a perfect setting including well stocked gardens with an array of flowering plants and shrubs together with paddock / pastureland for grazing. There is a heated SWIMMING POOL and pool house with terrace to the side - ideal for summertime entertaining and alfresco dining. SERVICES
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil central heating. Mains gas to pool boiler. EPC: E OVERAGE CLAUSE
Overage Clause : The sale of the property will be subject to an Overage Clause, the vendor retaining a percentage of any uplift in value should a residential planning application be approved on either the land or buildings. The overage obligation will run for an agreed number of years.
From Tenterden proceed along the A28 through High Halden to Bethersden, take the left hand turning opposite the cricket green into the village and take the left turn into Mill Road. At the minor crossroads turn left to Pluckley for about 2 ½ miles over the bridge and passing the station on the right, proceed for about a quarter of a mile and the entrance to Parsonage Cottage is on the right, almost opposite the left hand turning to Lambden Road.