4 bedroom Detached House for sale: King's Street, Brookland, Kent TN29 9RJ


  • bedrooms 4
Reference: 35458_100628006223

Summary

A detached Grade II listed period house occupying a rural location on Romney Marsh set within established gardens.

Description

ROOMS Entrance hall, Drawing Room with inglenook fireplace, Sitting room, Dining room, Cloakroom, Utility room, Kitchen with vaulted ceiling, Breakfast room, First floor landing, Master bedroom with en-suite shower room, Bedroom 2, Family bathroom, Second floor landing, Two further bedrooms and attic space, Studio with Kitchenette and wet room, Mature garden, Oil heating.  

LOCATION Brattle House is situated close to 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. 

GROUND FLOOR Part glazed entrance door to rear hall with stairs off to first floor and storage cupboard beneath, wooden floor, exposed studwork to one wall, doors off to utility room and sitting room, door to the dining room overlooking front garden, wide inglenook fireplace with massive bressumer beam, brick hearth and surrounds. Exposed ceiling beams, mellow brick floor, door to breakfast room, door to front lobby leading to the sitting room overlooking front garden. Exposed ceiling beams, fireplace with brick hearth and surrounds, door to the drawing room double aspect, part vaulted and beamed ceiling, exposed timber studwork, inglenook fireplace with brick hearth and oak bressumer fitted with wood burning stove. Part glazed door to outside, open doorway to the lobby leading to the cloakroom, comprising low level w.c and wall mounted wash hand basin. Utility room window to rear, plumbing for washing machine, brick floor, exposed timber studwork to walls and beamed ceiling. Door to the kitchen/breakfast room being double aspect with countryside views and part glazed door to rear garden, vaulted ceiling, fitted with a range of base and wall mounted Shaker style units incorporating cupboards and drawers beneath wood block working surfaces with inset drainer and double china sink with mixer tap, plumbing for dishwasher and space for fridge. Velux window. Steps down to the breakfast room being double aspect with pine flooring.  

FIRST FLOOR First floor landing with built in cupboards. Bedroom 1 to front with exposed timber framing, panelled door to shower room, window to front. White fitments comprising close coupled w.c, wash hand basin and tiled shower cubicle. Bedroom 2 to front. Fireplace with natural brick surround and hearth, exposed ceiling beams. Family bathroom with sash window to rear comprising low level w.c, wash hand basin, panelled bath, walk in tiled shower cubicle. 

SECOND FLOOR Second Floor (below eaves) Landing. Broad plank flooring, exposed chimney breast. Built in cupboards, doors to bedrooms 3 and 4. Bedroom 3 with gable end window. Bedroom 4 gable end window, broad plank flooring, oak struts with inset fitted book and display shelving, hatch to roof space. Door to attic room/store.  

OUTSIDE Outside: Studio/Home Office. Timber frame construction with vertical wooden panelling beneath a pitched tiled roof. Full height wooden windows with dual double opening doors looking out over the ornamental garden, fitted Kitchenette and Wet room comprising low level w.c, wash hand basin and shower.



The gardens are a particular feature of Brattle House from where there are views over the surrounding countryside. The house is approached by a bridge passing over a dyke with wooden double gates leading to a driveway and hard standing area. The front garden is bounded to one side by a mellow brick wall and laid down to a gently sloping lawn planted with spring bulbs. To the rear of the house is an ornamental garden broken by a geometrically laid brick path. The principal area of garden lies to the west and is set down to lawn, flower beds, fruit trees, silver birch and willow trees all under planted with primroses and bluebells. The whole being hedge and fence enclosed and backing onto open farmland.

 

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Reference: 35458_100628006223

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