The Street, Stone in Oxney, Tenterden, Kent TN30 7JN
4 bedroom House for sale: The Street, Stone in Oxney, Tenterden, Kent TN30 7JN
A rare opportunity to acquire an attached double fronted period house in need of modernisation with rural views to front and rear, together with an unconverted coach house and single storey barn as well as approaching one acre of garden and grounds.
ROOMS Hall, Sitting room, Dining room, Kitchen, Utility room, Rear lobby, Landing, Four double bedrooms, Bathroom, LPG heating, EPC rating E, Coach House, Single storey barn, Garden and grounds of approaching one acre.
LOCATION The property is located on the east side of the Isle of Oxney in the Conservation Area of the small village of Stone in Oxney, which lies within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Within the village there is St Mary the Virgin parish church with its Mithraic altar stone, the Memorial Hall, cricket ground and Ferry Inn public house. The village of Wittersham, approximately three and a half miles, has a primary school, whilst the village of Appledore, about two miles, has a post office/village store and public house. The market town of Tenterden, six miles to the north, has Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets, independent shops and leisure centre. Six miles to the south is the Ancient Town and Cinque Port of Rye, renowned for its period architecture and historic associations. There are branch line train services from Appledore and Rye to Ashford International stations with high speed connections to the Continent and to London St Pancras in 37 minutes.
HOUSE The attached house has mellow brick elevations set with timber sash and casement windows beneath a pitched peg tiled roof. Internal features include fireplaces, picture rails and panelled doors. The accommodation is arranged over two floors, as shown on the floor plan and from the first floor there are fine rural views. The house, which is in need of general modernisation and refurbishment, has cottage gardens to the front and rear.
THE COACH HOUSE The Coach House has appealing brick elevations set with timber casement windows and two sets of timber double doors under a peg tiled roof with a dog tooth eaves corbel and an external metal staircase to the first floor. The building is in largely originally order with stable partitions, old brick floors and matchboard panelling. It is thought that the conversion of the Coach House to either ancillary residential use for Rose Villa or a holiday let may be considered acceptable. Further details upon request.
BARN The single storey barn has brick and timber clad elevations with multiple apertures to two walls beneath a pitched corrugated iron roof.
Both outbuildings are in a poor state of repair and extreme care should be taken when viewing.
OUTSIDE Directly beyond the parking area and adjacent to the single storey barn is an area of fence enclosed field extending to about three quarters of an acre.
Phillips & Stubbs
Tel: 01797 227338