A ‘perfick’ property – Darling Buds of May house on the market

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Darling Buds Of MayThe house that was used as the backdrop for the 90’s classic TV show, Darling Buds of May, has come onto the market.

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Buss Farm was a regular part of the popular TV series that is credited with giving A-list star Catherine Zeta Jones her break into acting. Fans will recognise the grade II listed Kent farmhouse along with its familiar oast house which is used for drying hops; it was a regular setting for Ma (Pam Ferris) and Pop Larkin’s (David Jason) jaunts.

The 4 bedroom farmhouse, along with its numerous outbuildings, is on the market for £1.35 million and comes complete with a formal garden, vegetable garden and 6 ponds. The interior is just as quaint as the outside, with period features including oak beams, inglenook fireplace and a fitted farmhouse kitchen.

If you like the idea of living on a farm, check out these other rural beauties found on Rightmove.

Burnt House Farm – £1,600,000 Bushey Heath Farm – £1,250,000
Roughlee Farm – £849,000 Sober Hill Farm – £475,000

One Response to “A ‘perfick’ property – Darling Buds of May house on the market”

  1. Roger Rowley Says:

    These properties beat the items on sale in the ORKNEY ISLANDS I personally would live in Kent The other place would be like living in a bone yard (all grey & lifeless) Who in the right mind would want to go and live in the ORKNEY ISLANDS in the 1st place. Hundreds of miles from an main city no intercity 125 trains no air & / or sea port(like heathrow or Southampton ) and finally no m25 & / or no M1

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