An individual, well-maintained four bedroom detached Colt house, occupying a beautiful 2.8 acre secluded plot with private gated driveway, paddocks, stable and hay barn, in a rural position between Pluckley and Little Chart.
This delightful property features well-considered accommodation arranged over two floors including an entrance porch, entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, generously proportioned sitting room with large picture windows and french doors overlooking the rear garden, separate dining room, fitted kitchen/breakfast room, rear porch, large landing area, master bedroom with en-suite shower room and bathroom, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside, the property is approached via a remote controlled five bar gate along a private tree-lined driveway which leads to a detached garage with electric up and over door, lean-to and parking area.
One of the main features of this property is the most wonderful private setting with grounds that slope away from the house providing elevated views from the property over its own gardens. There are two paddocks, one with an animal shelter, arranged either side of the formal gardens which are annexed by a stable and hay barn with fenced, concreted apron with overhang. Behind the stables is a wooded area with a lovely woodland walk leading around the perimeter of the plot, around the paddocks and up to the apple orchard.
It is essential to view this lovely property to fully appreciate the situation and size of accommodation on offer.
The property is situated in a private position along a rural country lane within a 0.8 mile walk or 1.1 mile drive of Pluckley village centre and 2.2 miles to Pluckley's main line railway station which provides fast access to London Bridge, Canon Street and Ashford International station with its high speed 37 minute Javelin service to London St Pancras. Pluckley is an historic rural village situated in a most beautiful part of the Kent countryside famous for its orchards and farmland and, in particular, being the setting chosen for the 1990's television series The Darling Buds of May.
The village enjoys three historic pubs, Church, Post Office & General Stores, butcher's shop, farm shop and a well respected primary school. The area is rich in natural beauty with an abundance of public footpaths and horse riding routes, providing an amazing playground for the outdoor enthusiast.
Transport links are well served with the previously mentioned railway station along with excellent road networks leading to the A20 and M20 at junction 9, some 6 miles distant, providing access to London and the Kent coast.
Entrance Porch: 8' x 7'8 (2.44m x 2.34m) Entrance Hall: 12'11 x 7'8 (3.94m x 2.34m) Sitting Room: 24' x 17'9 narrowing to 11'3 (7.32m x 5.41m narrowing to 3.43m) Dining Room: 15'8 x 11'8 (4.78m x 3.56m) Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 19'7 x 11'7 (5.97m x 3.53m)
Landing: 15'8 x 7'8 (4.78m x 2.34m) Bedroom One: 19'9 x 11'2 (6.02m x 3.40m) En-Suite Shower Room: 7'8 x 5'10 (2.34m x 1.78m) En-Suite Bathroom: 8'2 x 5'8 (2.49m x 1.73m) Bedroom Two: 15'9 x 11'8 (4.80m x 3.56m) Bedroom Three: 15'8 x 11'8 narrowing to 7'8 (4.78m x 3.56m narrowing to 2.34m) Bedroom Four: 11'8 x 7'8 (3.56m x 2.34m) Family Bathroom: 8'1 x 5'7 (2.46m x 1.70m)
Garage: 28' x 12' (8.53m x 3.66m) Stable One: 12'x 11'8 (3.66m x 3.56m) Hay Barn: 11'6 x 11'2 (3.51m x 3.40m)
Please note that the asking rent does not include agency fees. Depending on the property, we may charge the following up front fees: Administration Fee of £150.00 including VAT per adult Tenant. If a Guarantor is required, a Guarantor Administration Fee of £150.00 including VAT per Guarantor. Tenancy Agreement Fee of £75.00 including VAT on commencement of a Tenancy. £50.00 including VAT Tenancy Renewal Fee.