A delightful Grade II listed attached period home, which was once a granary/barn, which now provides a unique home in a highlysought after setting enjoying the surrounding open countryside. The property briefly comprises to the ground floor, an entrance hall, a large 32ft living room with woodburner, a kitchen/diner, utility room, bathroom and bedroom with ensuite bathroom. To the first floor there is a lovely mezzanine landing with space for a study area and two further bedrooms, one with an ensuite cloakroom. Attached to the property is a large 28’ x 20’ store room which provides huge potential subject to the usual planning consents, to convert into a studio/annexe or bring into the main house. Outside the good sized cottage garden has a variety of plants, shrubs and flowers as well as a patio area. We understand from the vendors that part of the property dates back to the 1400’s and there are many attractive features including beamed ceilings, arched doors and brick walls to name just a few.

Note: The property is not on mains gas. LPG gas is used in the kitchen. Heating is provided by the Clearview wood stove,supplemented with electric radiators. There is a central heating system (radiators in every room), but the boiler needs to be replaced.

Room Sizes
Utility Room 2.31m x 1.91m (7'7 x 6'3)
Bedroom 4.01m x 3.28m (13'2 x 10'9)
Living Room 9.86m x 4.29m (32'4 x 14'1)
Kitchen/Diner 4.52m x 4.24m (14'10 x 13'11)
Bedroom 4.70m x 3.86m + built in wardrobe (15'5 x 12'8 + b
Bedroom 4.55m x 2.77m + eaves storage (14'11 x 9'1 + eaves
Store Room 8.59m x 6.12m (28'2 x 20'1)

Herne Bay Area Guide

Herne Bay – The first clock tower Herne Bay had the first freestanding purpose-built clock tower in the world constructed in 1837. The town has a good mix of cafés, restaurants and independent and chain stores. If you’re interested in living in Herne Bay, come into our Herne Bay office and we can help find a property to suit you.