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Detached house for sale

Renville, Bridge, Canterbury, Kent

Guide Price £1,650,000

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Tenure: Freehold

A lovely detached farmhouse with one bedroom annexe in a Conservation Area, stables, parkland setting in grounds of approximately 2 acres, with 1.67 acres available by separate negotiation

Old Renville Farmhouse is situated in a lovely parkland setting within an attractive group of historic and important former farm and estate buildings, designated as a Conservation Area. The surrounding countryside and woodland, orchards, pastures and arable fields are an area of High Landscape Value, just two miles from the outskirts of Canterbury City centre.

The local nearby village of Bridge offers a good range of local shops and amenities including highly regarded primary school, health centre and tennis courts. Educational facilities in Canterbury include an extensive choice of schools in both the independent sectors including King's, St. Edmund's and Kent College, together with well regarded Grammars and other state schools, colleges and universities. The City has many cultural interests and leisure facilities including the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury Cathedral, Museum, excellent shopping centre and a wide choice of sports facilities to include cricket, golf courses, swimming pools, Polo Farm Sports Centre and water sports along the coast.

• Bridge 1 mile • Canterbury 2 miles
• Ashford 14 miles • Dover 15 miles
• Folkestone 17 miles
(Distances are approximate)

Old Renville Farmhouse is a beautiful restored farmhouse which we believe was originally built as a resting place for the Pilgrims visiting Canterbury Cathedral around the 12th Century. Over the years, the property has been extended and in the 18th Century was divided to create two cottages. The current owners, around 20 years ago, have completely and sympathetically restored the property back to its original state before the 18th Century creating a superb detached family home.

The accommodation comprises of entrance porch opening through to a fabulous open plan family/dining/games room, with exposed brick feature walls, inglenook feature fireplace and wood burner, attractive tile flooring, French doors which open onto a courtyard and central staircase leading to the first floor.

Evidently, the snug is the earlier part of the house with beamed ceilings and exposed flint to all walls. The lovely sitting room also incorporates an impressive inglenook fireplace, sash windows and wide French doors opening into the conservatory.

In addition, there is a well fitted kitchen/ breakfast room with range of matching base and wall mounted cabinets, Aga, integrated appliances, walk-in larder, exposed beam ceiling, granite worktop and attractive tile flooring. Also on the ground floor is a study with en suite WC and separate utility room.

To the rear of the property is a lovely conservatory which is glazed on brick plinth, attractive tile flooring and wide doors opening onto the sun terrace.

To the first floor is the master bedroom suite with dressing room and en suite shower room. There are three further double bedrooms, all having en suite facilities and two of the double bedrooms have a range of built-in wardrobes. In addition, there is a separate laundry room.

Attractive detached annexe, white weatherboard under a Kent peg tiled roof, comprising of open plan sitting room/kitchen, bedroom and shower room.

Entrance porch
Open plan family/dining/games room
Sitting room
Snug, Kitchen/breakfast room
5 Bedrooms (5 en suites)
Laundry room. 1 Bedroom annexe.
Triple garage with storage
Tractor shed
Stable block
Gardens & grounds

The grounds extend to approximately two acres, which are mainly laid to lawn with a wealth of mature trees, shrubs, well planted flower borders with perennial and annual planting, separate vegetable garden with greenhouse, gravel courtyard, partially walled garden with climbing plants and sun terrace perfect for alfresco dining.

Within the grounds is a triple garage block with storage room above and tractor shed to the side, separate stable block, small copse and lovely farmland views.

To the front of the property are timber gates opening onto a large gravel driveway giving access to the garaging and front entrance, lawns, mature trees and shrubs and well stocked flower borders, all adding style and elegance to this beautiful family home.

Take the A2 towards Dover and having passed Canterbury take the left slip road being the Bridge exit. At the T-junction turn right and then take the next right, then right again at the T-junction towards the top of Bridge Hill. At the next fork go left onto the A2 London bound slip road but proceed very carefully as the drive into Renville is about 100 yards or so on the left before the slip road leads onto the A2. Proceed down the tree lined private road turn right and Old Renville Farmhouse will be found on your left.

Property Information
Services Mains water, electricity and gas. Private drainage.

Local Authority Canterbury City Council. Tax Band "G".

Fixtures & Fittings Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.

Viewing Strictly by appointment through Jackson-Stops & Staff. Tel: 01227 781600

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05 October 2016

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