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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Old Loose Hill, Loose

Removed £600,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 18C Converted Granary
  • 3 Double Bedroom Detached Home
  • Detached Garage & Off Road Parking
  • Grade II Listed
  • Set In the Heart of Loose Village
  • Exposed Beams, Floorboards and Brickwork
  • Beautiful Garden with Natural Stream
  • Mezzanine Level
  • Home office in the Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Brook House Barn (18C) is a converted granary set in the very heart of Loose village.

This former granary is full of character and charm and despite the high, exposed ceilings, the barn maintains a warm, comfortable and cosy feel missing from so many barn conversions. It has been beautifully converted to make the most of the wealth of original features including exposed beams, floorboards and brickwork.

Like many period conversions it has a quirky layout, the bedrooms are downstairs and all feature exposed brickwork and beams with a Diocletian arched window in the master bedroom. The open plan main living area is on the first floor, the original timber frame of the barn exposed right into the rafters. On the second floor is a mezzanine level that could be used as an office, snug or spare room and has spectacular views of the valley. Exposed floorboards and original beams are everywhere you look.

The garden to the rear is beautifully laid out and perfect for entertaining. A small natural stream winds its way through the garden joining the main stream that's such a feature of the village. A paved area leads to a summer kitchen with butler sink that's just perfect for BBQs and garden parties on a sunny afternoon.

The garden also has direct access to the double garage which has power and lighting and would make an ideal workshop. At the rear of the garden, attached to the garage is a home office with power, heating, lighting and internet connectivity.
The property is in the heart of Loose village, a well known and picturesque area set in the outskirts of Maidstone, full of history and beautifully preserved. Famous for its pretty stream with unusual central causeway the village also boasts the All Saints' Church with its ancient yew tree (dating back approx. 1500 years) and the 17th Century Chequers pub.

Loose itself is part of a conservation area and the stunning valley and surrounding orchards and countryside are perfect for dog walking, cycling or just taking in the view.

The village has an active Loose Amenities Association which organises village events such as the famous duck race, scarecrow competition and Christmas carols. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
12 October 2016


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