Throwley Road, Throwley, Faversham, Kent, ME13

Throwley Road, Throwley, Faversham, Kent, ME13
Faversham, Angleterre

Guide £2,000,000
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À propos de Throwley Road, Throwley, Faversham, Kent, ME13

A superb former rectory perfectly situated to enjoy wonderful views over its own land and vineyard - Guide price £2m to £2.2m

Entrance hall
4 Reception rooms
Kitchen
Cellar/wine store
6 Bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
Coach house and garage
Extensive equestrian faciliites
Garden, vineyard and paddocks
Entrance hall | Drawing room | Sitting room | Dining room | Study | Kitchen | Utility | Boot room/cloakroom | Cellar/wine store | 4 Principal bedrooms | “Jack and Jill” bathroom | Shower room | Separate WC | 2 Second floor bedrooms | Bathroom | Coach house | Garage | Gardens | Vineyard | EPC E

Equestrian facilities comprising: American barn with stables and tack room | Further stable block | Hay barn with feed and tractor stores | Indoor school | Outdoor arena | Paddocks

In all about 23.5 acres

Guide Price £2m to £2.2m

Located in a sought after rural position, The Old Rectory is a fine Victorian country house set in a wonderful elevated position overlooking its own land as it stretches across the valley. Built in 1872 the house has many of the excellent features anticipated in a house of this age and stature. High ceilings and tall windows are found throughout, with original shutters and other period detailing still in place.

An arched, Arts and Craft front door opens in to a generous hall to the centre of the house off which the formal reception rooms are found, positioned to the back so as to enjoy the lovely views of the gardens and land. The dining room has a large bay window with a door opening to the terrace and the drawing room is an elegant double aspect room with doors leading to a further terrace. The fireplaces found in both rooms echo the Arts and Craft motif of the front door.   A sitting room and a study complete the ground floor accommodation.

To the far end of the house, the kitchen is arranged around an Aga, with a Victorian range set within the chimney breast. Handmade units with wooden work surfaces provide good storage. A utility and boot/cloakroom are located across a lobby from which a door leads outside and stairs descend to the cellar/wine store.

A substantial staircase rises to the first floor landing leading to the principal bedrooms with commanding views across the valley. One of the bedrooms adjoins the “Jack and Jill” family bathroom with a freestanding bath and twin basins, and a door leading out to the landing. There is also a newly fitted shower room. The ceilings remain high and the rooms are of good proportions. On the second floor are two further bedrooms with a bathroom.

A drive leads to the front of the house and plenty of parking. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with clipped hedging and mature shrubs and trees. Terraces provide a lovely setting from which to enjoy the different areas of the garden and to take in the distant views towards the property’s own vineyard on the far side of the valley. Lawns lead away from the house to a small haha and on to the paddocks beyond.

Across a courtyard, outbuildings provide storage as does the attractive Victorian coach house which itself offers great potential for conversion subject to all necessary consents.

The Stable Yard
Approached by a separate drive, this excellent equestrian facility has both a 20m x 40m indoor school and an Olympic size 20m x 60m outdoor arena with a eurotrack surface. A large American barn houses seven stables with a secure tack room. A further low barn provides hay and tractor storage, and there is an additional block of three timber built stables.

Currently arranged as a superb equestrian establishment, the buildings, whilst a convenient distance from the house are set well apart and are quite self-contained. They have potential for use in a variety of ways as desired.

The Land
Extending to about 23.5 acres, the bulk of the land is divided into a series of paddocks. The far side of the valley was planted some 30 years ago as a pinot noir and chardonnay vineyard and is understood to be the first such vineyard planted in Kent; there is now enormous demand to establish more. The wine produced has won many awards and, as well as providing a focus for the views over the valley, the vineyard will be of great interest to those with a passion for viticulture.
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Guide £2,000,000
6
Chambres
3
Salles de bains
3,842 pi. ca.
Intérieur
23.5 Acres
Extérieur
Maison unifamiliale
CAN170314
Identifiant MLS
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