- Detached Farmhouse
- Four Bedrooms
- Grade II Listed
- Potential for Annexe
- 1.5 Acres
- Stables & Hay Barn
- Period Features
- Lounge & Separate Dining Room
- Breakfast Room
- Detached Garage and Driveway
A charming four bedroom Grade II Listed farmhouse enjoying 1.5 acres and far reaching countryside views, available with no onward chain.
Situated in the quiet hamlet of Snargate, surrounded by far-reaching countryside views, is this delightful period farmhouse dating back to the mid-1700s.
The current owner has enjoyed the home for the last 25 years and during that time has made many improvements, most recently new hardwood double-glazed windows throughout.
Period character comes from exposed timbers, oak doors, brick and wood floors and an impressive inglenook fireplace in the sitting room.
The kitchen is impressive in size, with plenty of oak fitted units well complemented with granite work surfaces, and space for a range cooker and other appliances. Adjacent to the kitchen, is a utility room with a useful cloakroom.
Leading off the kitchen is a breakfast room with the conservatory just beyond, which enjoys views of the garden. The breakfast room is ideal for less formal meal times, with a fantastic formal dining room at the front of the property for those family gatherings at Christmas or when friends comes to visit.
Across the hallway is the living room, with a beautiful inglenook fire place with a log burner - a lovely feature.
All the bedrooms are on the first floor. The master is a fantastic size, with a lovely modern fitted en-suite bathroom and a separate walk-in wardrobe.
A shower room services the remaining three bedrooms, all of which enjoy countryside views.
Externally, an 'in and out' driveway provides plenty of room for numerous vehicles. The owners tend to enter the property from the rear, and a path leads through from the drive to an attractive courtyard to the back door. To one side is a substantial detached double garage that has been converted at the rear to provide useful space as a games room or perhaps home office, while still allowing enough space to park your car. With the necessary permissions, this space could be converted to create secondary accommodation.
The gardens have been well-cared for and will appeal to keen gardeners, with lush lawns and a wide range of plants, shrubs and trees. A pergola, just outside the kitchen door, is a lovely spot for a morning coffee or evening glass of wine.
A fenced-off paddock is ideal for a horse or two, with two loose boxes and hay store. A section for growing your own fruits and vegetables has also been created the by vendor.
The picturesque village of Appledore, with its convenient train station, is a couple of miles away. Tenterden is a further 10-minute drive. The local Red Lion public house is within walking distance. Ashford International station, with its 36-minute high-speed link to London St Pancras, is a 20-minute drive from the house. The closest beaches are within 7 miles of the property.
Services: Oil central heating, private drainage, mains electricity.