3 bedroom terraced house for saleFarningham Mill, High Street, Farningham, Kent, DA4
Guide Price £875,000
- Charming & stylish Grade II listed property
- Superb open plan reception room
- 3/4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
- Landscaped communal grounds
- Garage & allocated parking space
- Set in a unique gated development
- Centrally located in Farningham village
- Convenient access to M20/M25
- EPC Rating = C
EXCEPTIONAL GRADE II LISTED PROPERTY OF CHARACTER AND STYLE, SET WITHIN A UNIQUE DEVELOPMENT IN THE HEART OF FARNINGHAM VILLAGE
Farningham Mill is centrally located in the picturesque ancient village of Farningham, which has a general store, award-winning butchers, book shop, 13th Century church, village hall and three popular public houses. It is conveniently located for the M20/M25, which provides access to Bluewater, Ebbsfleet International and Canary Wharf.
Comprehensive Shopping: Approximately 8 miles from Bluewater Shopping Centre and 9 miles from Sevenoaks with its numerous supermarkets and high street shops.
Mainline Rail Services: Farningham Road (1.8 miles), Swanley (2.5 miles) and Eynsford (1.8 miles) to London Victoria and Blackfriars. Sevenoaks (8.7 miles) to Charing Cross/Cannon Street, Waterloo and London Bridge. Ebbsfleet International Station (8.3 miles) to London St Pancras.
Nursery and Primary Schools: Farningham, Eynsford, Shoreham and Otford.
Grammar Schools: Dartford, Tonbridge Girls and Judd Boys Grammar schools in Tonbridge.
Private Schools: Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Walthamstow Hall Public Schools. Sevenoaks, Solefields and New Beacon preparatory schools in Sevenoaks. St Michaels and Russell House preparatory schools in Otford. Combe Bank School in Sundridge.
Communications: The M25/M20 is two miles away and provides access to London and the Suburbs, Dartford Tunnel, Gatwick, Stansted and Heathrow airports. As well as easy access to Folkestone and the Channel Tunnel. The A2 provides access into central London and to the O2 arena in Greenwich as well as to Ebbsfleet International Station with its high speed rail links into Central London and into Europe.
The Stables is a charming and unique Grade II listed attached property which forms part of the beautifully restored Farningham Mill Estate. The Stables, which was originally the mill estate's Georgian stable block, has been meticulously restored and designed to enhance the property's period features and individual character, whilst subtly combining these with a modern and stylish finish. Features include exposed timbers, part vaulted ceilings and multi-paned windows. The property enjoys use of the landscaped communal grounds, which extend to about 3 acres and feature the Darent River and mill stream. Also of note are the garage, allocated parking space and electric gated entrance.
High quality specification includes natural slate and terracotta briquette flooring to the ground floor, vintage style column radiators, traditional cottage style oak doors, heritage style sanitary ware, ceramic floor tiles and under floor adjustable heating to all first floor bathrooms.
The spacious entrance lobby also provides access to a utility room with a fitted base unit, oak work surface and plumbing for a washing machine and water softener. Door to cloakroom.
Double glass doors lead into the striking and versatile open plan ground floor reception areas, currently arranged as a sitting area, study and dining area. The dining area has a built-in corner cupboard and enjoys an outlook to the River Darent.
The kitchen is fitted with an attractive range of wall and base units, with granite work surfaces incorporating a twin Butler sink. Integral appliances include a Siemens gas hob (with extractor fan over), combination microwave, oven, Caple dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
The master bedroom is arranged over the first floor, benefitting from an outlook to the River Darent, and fitted wardrobes. There is also a walk-in wardrobe and well appointed en suite shower room.
There are three further bedrooms, one of which has fitted wardrobes and another of which has a well appointed en suite shower room. The fourth bedroom is of generous vaulted proportions and is currently being utilised as an additional reception room. It features sky light windows and extensive bespoke fitted book shelves.
The family bathroom completes the accommodation and comprises a fitted bath with separate shower attachment, pedestal wash basin, W.C and heated towel rail.
Farningham Mill Estate is approached via an electrically operated gate over a shingle driveway, which leads through the grounds.
The Stables benefits from a garage with loft above and an allocated parking space. There is also visitor parking.
The development is set within 3 acres of communal grounds, which include both formal areas such as the Folly and part walled garden, and a more informal orchard that sits between both the River Darent and mill stream, and features a natural river pool. The part-walled garden features elevated sitting areas overlooking the mill steam, and gravel paths bound by herbaceous borders and fruit trees. It also features a restored nymph statue.
Farningham Mill was first recorded in the Domesday book in 1070, but it is believed that there has been a mill on this site since Saxon times. The majority of the present Farningham Mill buildings were built by Charles Colyer in the late 18th Century. In addition, the Colyers built an elegant coaching inn, The Lion, which still sits at the entrance to the mill estate on the riverside and is now a popular public house and restaurant and one of the focal points of the old village.
The mill estate changed hands for the first time in 250 years in 2010 when developers Vision Homes bought the property directly from the Coyler family. The buildings, which include what is considered to be one of the finest examples of an 18th Century mill in the South of England, are listed by English Heritage as an important Grade II listed Heritage asset. Vision worked closely with the village, the planners, English Heritage and a host of specialist agencies, to develop a residential scheme that both preserves the beauty and history of the site and provides a collection of exceptional individual homes.
Square Footage: 2,558 sq ft
From junction 3 of the M25, take the A20 proceeding down the hill towards Farningham. Take the third exit at the roundabout onto Dartford Road then turn left onto Farningham High Street. Proceed down to the river bridge and Farningham Mill will be found on the right hand side.
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