6 bedroom detached house for saleSt Vincents Lane, Addington, West Malling, Kent, ME19
- Classic Georgian country residence
- Grade II listed
- 6 bedrooms , 2 attic bedrooms
- 3 receptions
- detached 4 bedroom cottage
- 20 acres
- delightful gardens, woodland and paddocks
- garaging, coach house
Impressive Grade II listed Georgian country residence with a separate four bedroom cottage, set within established gardens and grounds of 20 acres
Comprehensive Shopping: West Malling offers a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants, a doctors' surgery, opticians and dentists. Other shopping areas are Borough Green, Maidstone
and, Sevenoaks. Bluewater is 25 minutes away via M20.
Mainline Rail Services: Borough Green/West Malling to Victoria/Blackfriars/Ashford International. Sevenoaks to Charing Cross/Cannon Street/London Bridge.
Primary Schools: Offham, Platt and Ryarsh.
State/Grammar Schools: Maidstone, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells.
Private Schools: Preparatory Schools at Sevenoaks and Tonbridge. Public Schools at Rochester, Sevenoaks and Tonbridge.
Leisure Facilities: David Lloyd Fitness & Leisure Centre in Kings Hill. Offham Tennis and Addington Village Cricket clubs. Leisure centres in Larkfield, Maidstone and Sevenoaks. Golf courses at Wrotham Heath and Addington. Gym and pool at the Holiday Inn, Wrotham Heath.
Communications: The M26 at Wrotham Heath and M20 at Wrotham give excellent access to the M25, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports, Medway towns, the Channel Tunnel Terminus and the Channel Ports.
St. Vincents is an imposing Grade II listed Georgian country residence with superbly proportioned accommodation set within its own small estate of just over 20 acres. This classic house dates from 1775. Its period features include decorative cornices, sash windows some with working shutters, and elegant fireplaces. The property stands within its mature gardens, which
provide a high degree of privacy and seclusion. Within the grounds are a separate Victorian Coach House and a detached four bedroom Cottage which has provided a rental income for a
number of years but could also provide additional guest or staff accommodation as required. The grounds contain formal mature gardens, an extensive kitchen garden, woodland (including a
bluebell wood), a stream and three paddocks.
A double front door with an elegant fan light window opens onto the entrance hall with stairs rising to the galleried first floor landing.
The principal reception rooms are classically elegant and well-proportioned with stunning views over the grounds. Both have attractive fireplaces with the drawing room having a Jetmaster fire and the dining room a duck nest grate.
The sitting room provides more informal living and is double aspect with a bow window to the rear. There is a fireplace with a Jetmaster fire and a fitted book case with cupboards below.
The study has an outlook to the rear.
The kitchen/breakfast room is double aspect with views over the gardens and grounds to the side. There is a comprehensive range of wall and base units with work surfaces incorporating
a double sink. Appliances include Neff double oven, Bosch hob and extractor fan, space for dishwasher and fridge freezer. Also of note is the useful walk in pantry and a larder cupboard.
The utility room has fitted storage cupboards, space for appliances and a 1½ bowl sink. There is an adjoining W.C.
From the inner hall a staircase leads to a cellar with four store rooms. Accessed from outside is an additional cellar housing the boiler.
The spacious first floor galleried landing is split level and lit by three roof domes which flood the landing with light. This leads to the bedroom accommodation of two principal bedrooms to the front with attractive fireplaces and views across the grounds. Both these bedrooms have adjacent bathrooms. There are four further bedrooms on this floor, two of which have double aspect.
A third bathroom completes this floor.
A staircase rises to the second floor where a charming minstrels' gallery is located. There are two further double bedrooms on this floor. Both have extensive storage and one has an attractive fireplace.
St. Vincents Cottage
Originally the Stables and Grooms' accommodation to the main house, the Cottage sits in an attractive courtyard facing the Coach House. On the ground floor is an entrance hall with accessto its private rear garden. The spacious reception room is double aspect with arched windows to the front and views over the garden. There is a well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room.
The first floor has four well-proportioned bedrooms, a bathroom, separate shower and separate W.C. with hand basin.
To the rear is an attractive lawned garden with well stocked beds and borders.
The Coach House
The Victorian Coach House has three full height double doors opening onto substantial storage with cobble stone flooring.
The spacious garage, next to the main house, has two up and over doors, room for three cars, a separate work shop and a log store to the rear.
Gardens and Grounds
The house is approached by a sweeping drive which leads around to a gravelled parking area to the front of the house, with lawns running down to the stream. At the start of the drive is a spur which leads to St Vincent's Cottage and the Coach House.
The formal gardens are principally laid to lawn with well stocked, shaped beds planted with a variety of mature trees and shrubs. The garden continues across the stream with two water falls, weeping willows and spring bulbs. The partly walled Kitchen Garden has a number of beds, fruit cages and a deep herbaceous border. Mature fruit trees also stand in the Kitchen Garden.
The remainder of the grounds comprise well maintained and stocked woodland, including approximately 3 acres of chestnut coppice, a bluebell wood, and paddocks. The paddocks
amount to about 6.6 acres. There is secondary vehicular access to the woodland and paddocks at the far end of the property via a farm gate on St. Vincents Lane. Addington Brook skirts the
property, which owns the bed of the stream throughout this length.
Square Footage: 4,523 sq ft
Acreage: 20 Acres
From Sevenoaks, proceed in an easterly direction on the A25 through Seal village, Borough Green and St Mary's Platt. At the traffic lights at the end of this road turn right onto London
Road and continue for half a mile turning left onto St Vincent's Lane. The lane comes down hill and crosses a small bridge. The drive for St. Vincents will be found on the right hand side just
From West or East, leave M26 at Junction 2a, take the A20 towards West Malling, straight on at the traffic lights and follow instructions as above. From North, leave the M20 at Junction 2, and follow A20 as above.
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