Guide price £2,500,000
The Property Standing proudly at the end of a private drive Oare House dates back to the Georgian era but is found on the site of a much older dwelling. Great attention to detail has been the theme throughout the total restoration of the property, which has been carried out by the present owners. Well-proportioned rooms with good ceiling heights include particularly light drawing room with a double aspect and glorious outlooks across to Oare Church, a dining room of similar size also enjoying lovely views, which is at present being used as an office and then there is a sitting room with a 20kw wood burning stove, which has a doorway through to the kitchen, which is well fitted, has an AGA and opens out into a garden room, which provides an ideal dining area. There is also a study/hobbies room. A rear hall also leads to the utility room/boot room and a door leading down to the spacious cellars. The first floor galleried landing leads to the principal bedroom suite, again enjoying glorious views over the valley and having a well fitted en suite bathroom and dressing room. There are four further good sized bedrooms, one with en suite, the others served by a family bathroom and shower room. A staircase leads up to spacious attic rooms providing excellent storage. Annexe A self-contained flat is found on the first floor of a courtyard barn and includes a spacious sitting room, kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms. The flat can be used as holiday let accommodation, for staff, or let on a shorthold tenancy if required.
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