A most striking and substantial Oast conversion set on a mature plot on the fringe of the historic village of Hadlow. The property sits within a semi-rural position 1.5 miles away from Hadlow village with formal gardens that horseshoe around the property that then extend into woodland and a paddock backing onto farmland offering 1.75 acres of utter tranquillity. It is an incredible, individual and very characterful converted Oast house with twin roundels that is believed to date back to 1840 and it boasts over 3,300 Sq ft over two floors offering a grand reception hallway with cloakroom w.c and connecting door into an elegant twin roundel reception room with exposed beams and wooden flooring, a light triple aspect offering both plenty of light and delightful views. As an interconnecting drawing/living room it enjoys a large feature inglenook fireplace with French doors inviting you into the gardens beyond. To the adjacent side a capacious open plan family room and kitchen/breakfast room continues the theme of generous living space, exposed beams and wooden floors with a triple aspect and a well-formed fitted kitchen and separate utility room together with a large formal dining room with views onto the gardens. Stairs rise to an impressive galleried landing that leads into five equally well-appointed bedrooms to include two-ensuites and family bathroom. Externally the grounds extend with formal gardens offering the most stunning back drop with views from the property onto mature and well-maintained gardens that were designed by the owner enjoying well placed patio ideal for alfresco dining and beautiful lawns beyond with a large natural pond with attractive mature borders offering wonderful privacy that extend to either side of the property. At the rear they eventually lead into woodland offering dappled shade with a paddock enclosed by ranch fencing and stable block backing onto open farmland. The semi-rural location works harmoniously with the property.
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