Introducing this stunning grade II listed period property, located in a desirable area. Upon entering the property, you are greeted by a spacious tiled entrance hall, which sets the tone for the elegant features throughout.
The ground floor boasts a charming living room, adorned with beautiful ceiling beams that add character and a sense of history. The room is further enhanced by a cosy log burner, perfect for those chilly evenings. The windows are adorned with shutters, adding a touch of sophistication and providing privacy.
Adjacent to the living room, you’ll find a delightful dining room featuring wooden flooring and yet another inviting log burner. This space offers a warm and welcoming ambiance, ideal for hosting family gatherings or entertaining guests. Connected to the dining room is a bright and airy kitchen, providing a pleasant environment for culinary endeavours.
Completing the ground floor is a modern fitted shower room, thoughtfully designed to blend seamlessly with the property’s historic charm. Additionally, the shower room provides convenient access to the cellar via a hatch, offering a practical space for storing beverages and other items, ensuring they remain cool and easily accessible.
Moving upstairs to the first floor, you will discover three generously sized double bedrooms. Two of these bedrooms feature built-in storage, providing ample room to keep belongings organized and clutter-free. The current sellers have also recently added an en-suite shower to the main bedroom, further enhancing the convenience and comfort of the property.
Surprisingly, despite the typical perception of low ceilings in period properties, this home offers excellent head height, creating a spacious and open atmosphere. Outside, a gated driveway not only provides secure parking but can also be utilized as a charming seating area, offering privacy and tranquillity. Additional storage is available, perfect for keeping garden tools and equipment neatly stowed away. Overall, this grade II listed property presents a unique opportunity to own a piece of history while enjoying modern comforts. With its impressive features, convenient location, and ample space, this home is sure to captivate those seeking a blend of period elegance and contemporary living.
Boughton Monchelsea is situated between the North Downs and the Weald of Kent, offering lovely long walks to sites steeped in history but with the benefit of having Maidstones popular shops, restaurants and leisure facilities along with the train stations Maidstone East, West & Barracks for fast links into London just a few miles away. Alternatively, you can easily get to the M20 and M2 for fast road links. There are several convenient stores available, along with post office and petrol station. For schools Boughton Monchelsea Primary School is just 0.5 miles away, and Cornwallis Academy is 1.2 miles.. Close by is The Cock Inn for food and drinks. Please give the team a call for further information, or to arrange your viewing and have a chance to own this fantastic period home!
Based on a sale price of £420,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
Last updated: The calculator has been updated to reflect changes in stamp duty following the Mini Budget on 23rd September 2022.
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.
Fireplace, Bedroom 1