5 bedroom property for sale

Brookland Village, Romney Marsh, Kent TN29 9QR

Guide Price £490,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

ROOMS Drawing Room, Living Room, Dining Room, Study, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Rear Lobby/Utility Area, Cloakroom, 6 Double Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms (2 en-suite), Oil Central Heating, Off Road Parking for several cars, Rear Garden.  

LOCATION The property is situated in the Conservation Area of the small village of Brookland with its primary school, and 13th century Church of St Augustine with lead font and detached octagonal wooden belfry. Brookland is set on an attractive part of Walland Marsh, renowned for big sky views, picturesque walks and historic churches including the church in Fairfield dedicated to St Thomas a Beckett, standing alone in the fields and approached by a grass causeway. To the east is the town of New Romney (6 miles) with an historic high street, several small and interesting shops and a Sainsburys supermarket. For more comprehensive facilities there is Ashford (12 miles) with access to the M20 and International Station, which offers a high speed service to London St Pancras in 37 minutes and Eurostar service to the Continent. To the west is the Ancient Town of Rye (7 miles) with its historical associations and medieval architecture. Schools in the area include The Marsh Academy in New Romney, Folkestone School for Girls and The Harvey Grammar School for boys in Folkestone, together with Norton Knatchbull Grammar School for boys and Highworth Grammar School for girls, both In Ashford. Access to coastal bathing beaches is at Littlestone, where there is also an excellent links golf course and at Camber, both about 8 miles.
 

DESCRIPTION An attached Grade II listed period house of mixed colour washed rendered and natural tile hung elevations beneath a pitched peg tiled roof. The accommodation, which is found on three levels, as shown on the floor plan, is heavily timbered and of generally good ceiling height.  

NOTE In common with many properties of this type and age, there are two areas of flying freehold whereby a small part of the property passes beneath part of the adjoining property. 

GROUND FLOOR A panelled entrance door opens into a drawing room with a beamed ceiling, inglenook fireplace with bressumer, brick hearth and pargeting above depicting ears of wheat. The dining room has exposed beams, a stable door to the kitchen, a wide open doorway to a study and full height glazed double doors with glazed panels to either side opening to the brick terrace and rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of panelled floor cupboards and drawers with woodblock worksurfaces, part tiled walls, a tiled floor, beamed ceiling, space for a range cooker with a filter hood above, fireplace with fitted wood burner, butler's sink with mixer tap and space for a dishwasher. Adjacent is a rear lobby/utility area with plumbing for a washing machine, stable door to garden and adjoining cloakroom with low level w.c and wash basin.

To the front section of the property the accommodation, which has been configured as an annexe but could readily revert to the principal residence, comprises a living room with two bow windows, beamed ceiling, inglenook fireplace, a small kitchenette, a double bedroom with a bow window and a small bathroom.
 

FIRST FLOOR On the first floor there is a galleried landing and four double bedrooms, two of which have en-suite bathrooms, together with a family bathroom.  

SECOND FLOOR On the second floor, there is a further double bedroom with two dormer windows and cloakroom facilities.  

OUTSIDE To the side of the property is a gravel parking area for several vehicles and beyond, a screened kitchen garden with raised beds. The rear garden 60' x 45' approx. is part fenced and bounded by mature brick walls with climbing Clematis and Honeysuckle. The garden is principally laid to level lawn with mixed shrub borders including Forsythia, Wygelia, Winter Jasmine, Lavender and standard roses. Adjacent to the rear elevation of the property is a wide brick terrace with ornamental flower bed beyond and herb bed. There is a separate garden store, log store and octagonal greenhouse. 


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Nearest stations

  • Appledore (2.6 mi)
  • Ham Street (4.9 mi)
  • Rye (5.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Phillips & Stubbs, Rye

47-49 Cinque Ports Street, Rye, TN31 7AN

01797 720007 Local call rate

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