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Great Maytham Hall, Maytham Road, Rolvenden, TN17

Offers in excess of £529,950

3 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: CRA180061

CONTACT Cranbrook OFFICE

CALL US 01580 720000 EMAIL US AT Cranbrook
FIND US: 37 Stone Street, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 3HF

THE PROPERTY

A beautifully modernised Grade II* listed residence. A must view property to appreciate the spacious open plan living accommodation and idyllic peaceful setting. KEY FEATURES - Wonderful views of Great Maytham Hall and surrounding gardens - Modern, welcoming, split-level living area with high ceilings - Three generous double bedrooms, one en-suite - Luxuriously appointed family bathroom - Parking for 4 cars - Commutable to London from Headcorn, Staplehurst or Ashford - Professional Estate Management team - No onward chain PROPERTY INFORMATION Tenure: Leasehold 1 The Clock House is situated at the entrance to the Great Maytham Hall Estate. Originally the Stables, with its high ground floor ceilings and stable door, the imposing exterior gives way to a completely renovated open plan interior, designed to exploit different levels providing interest and definition. Downstairs there are stunning views from the large, leaded rear windows, to be enjoyed everywhere. This sociable space ensures everyone, whether in the luxurious Cassis kitchen, sitting at the dining table, or relaxing in the lounge, is part of the conversation. Off the lounge is a cosy snug area at a lower level, that provides the opportunity to escape from the outside world whether reading a book or watching television. Indeed, draw the curtains, put on the fire and the escape into a warm and welcoming idyll is complete. To the side of the property, enclosed by laurel hedging, is an outdoor entertainment area featuring a patio and secluded garden, complete with established shrubs beds and gravelled pathways. The formal gardens surrounding Great Maytham Hall, designed by Gertude Jekyll, remain beautifully maintained and create an idyllic setting. These include the romantic rose filled walled garden which provided the inspiration for The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett.