Approached by a long private driveway, this two bed apartment forms part of a Queen Ann mansion constructed circa. 1710 which was formerly the home of the Earl of Guilford and is set in grounds of approximately 1,000 acres of open farmland and woodland. Converted into apartments in the late 1970's the main accommodation is approached from the communal entrance lobby and reception hall via a lift or stairs.

The fine entertaining property retains some fine period style features which one would expect and boasts: An entrance hall with oak wood flooring, spacious lounge/diner, one bathroom and a separate wetroom and a recently fitted kitchen with superb views across the surrounding Kentish countryside. Outside there are fine formal gardens being extremely well landscaped, laid to lawn with flower beds, ample parking and a double garage with inset power and light close by. A key is available for escorted viewings during normal office hours and must be viewed internally and externally to appreciate the accommodation and grounds on offer.

There is currently a tenant-in-situ with a tenancy agreement. The Vendor is happy to sell either to an investor during the tenancy or with vacant possession for completion in January.

Room Sizes
Entrance Hall 1.55m x 1.19m
Lounge 5.64m x 5.26m
Kitchen 2.06m x 5.61m
Bathroom 1.70m x 2.34m
Wet Room 1.30m x 1.45m
Bedroom One 3.84m x 4.06m
Bedroom Two 2.64m x 3.58m