A rare opportunity to convert an existing Stable Building into a 3/4 bedroom home of 1,862ft2 with permission for ?new build? ancillary accommodation or a Stable Block on the site of an adjoining barn increasing the developable floor area to 3,175ft2. In all approximately 5 acres
This stunning Grade II Listed property is believed to have origins as a Medieval open hall house with additions made in the 16th and 18th centuries as well as an Edwardian kitchen extension. Conveniently located in the village of Sandhurst, the property is full of character with period features throughout including a cellar with wine bins dating from its time as a village Inn.
The partially walled landscaped garden by award winning garden designers, complements the high specification accommodation in this immaculately presented attached Grade II Listed coach house. Believed to date back to the 1730s this striking property is hidden away on the edge of the village of Hawkhurst.
This stunning Grade II Listed Granary is believed to date back over the last 400 years and enjoys a tucked away rural location on the outskirts of Hawkhurst. Presented in immaculate order throughout, the Granary has planning permission to fully integrate the sun terrace and the utility room into the ground floor accommodation.
Built in the 1930s, this striking detached family home sits along a sweeping drive in delightful gardens of approximately 2 acres, on the outskirts of the village of Hawkhurst. The well proportioned accommodation benefits from high ceilings, parquet flooring and ample cupboard space commensurate with a property of this period.
Extended in recent years, this charming detached period cottage is presented in immaculate order throughout. Conveniently located on the outskirts of Hawkhurst, the cottage benefits from a detached office and a manicured, well-stocked garden with a delightful brick and timber greenhouse and areas of terracing ideal for enjoying the views.
This elegant, second floor apartment is one of seven within an impressive Arts and Crafts style mansion. Built in 2001 the house is approached via a sweeping drive and is within walking distance of the village centre. The apartment enjoys stunning views over the six acres of communal gardens including the centuries old Lebanon Cedar and is provided with a double garage with storage above.
Conveniently located on the outskirts of the village of Hawkhurst, this spacious detached family home, dating from the 1920s with later additions, enjoys stunning far reaching views over its own gardens and the countryside beyond.
Believed to date from the early 20th century, this charming period cottage sits in approximately 0.275 acres and offers well proportioned accommodation within walking distance of the centre of Sandhurst and enjoys views over the Windmill.
Built in the later 1960's, this spacious, detached property, has recently been modernised and provides well proportioned family accommodation in a tucked away position within walking distance of the centre of the sought after village of Hawkhurst.