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  • Attractive Grade II Listed flintstone house
  • Approx 4200 sq ft
  • Summerhouse of 600 sq ft
  • Suited to multigenerational living
  • Potential to convert/extend (STP)
  • Far reaching views
  • Gardens approx 0.7 acre


Grade II listed detached flintstone house, ideal for multigenerational living with outbuildings totalling approx 600 sq ft. Potential for conversion/extension (STP). Stunning views over Darenth valley, situated on the outskirts of the village. DESCRIPTION Hampton Court House is a distinguished Grade II Listed property, its flintstone frontage tracing back to the 18th Century augmented by a later extension to the rear. Nestled beyond electric gates, there is a herringbone brick parking area alongside the detached double garage with additional parking to the side which has the potential to extend or convert into an annexe (STP). The spacious and well-proportioned property has scope to be adapted for multi-generational living. The current vendors have carried out extensive refurbishment including two bathrooms. Spread across two floors and supplemented by a cellar, the house boasts features including attractive fireplaces, wooden flooring and casement windows, some of which have shutters. The beautiful, established gardens amount to about 0.7 of an acre and include a Summerhouse which would make an ideal office space, gym or granny annexe. FEATURES - Four reception rooms including a triple aspect drawing room featuring arched multi-pane windows and doors, with three sets of double doors leading out to the gardens. There is also a fireplace housing a woodburning stove. - Dual aspect open plan kitchen/breakfast/family room, fitted with a bespoke range of wall and floor cupboards with granite work surfaces, including a large island. Appliances include a four oven Aga, a 5-ring gas hob, integrated microwave, dishwasher and fridge. - A separate utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation. - Useful cellar store. - Impressive principal bedroom with far reaching views, feature fireplace, dressing room with fitted wardrobes and en suite bathroom with roll top bath. - Four further double bedrooms, all with views over the garden. - Family bathroom with roll top bath. - Separate shower room. - Store room with fitted cupboards. - Detached garage with electric doors, power and lighting. - The well established gardens are a particular feature of the property and comprise a formal parterre garden, courtyard with rose beds, lawn and well stocked flower beds. Fruit trees underplanted with spring bulbs give a pretty outlook. - In the garden is a substantial detached summerhouse, currently used as an art studio, but would be ideal as a granny annexe/gym/home office. SITUATION Hampton Court House is set in an elevated position overlooking the Darenth Valley on the rural fringe of Farningham Village, within a few hundred yards of its amenities. The property lies within the Farningham Conservation Area, the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is within the Metropolitan Green Belt, an area of Archaeological Potential and is a Biodiversity Opportunity Area. Farningham is a picturesque, predominantly 18th Century village with beautiful houses along its quiet High Street; the river Darenth runs through it with pretty arched bridges. There is an excellent Butchers, Indian restaurant and The Lion hotel serves as a restaurant/public house as well as two other pubs in the village, plus a Church dating from the 13th Century, a village hall hosting various weekly clubs/activities and a doctors' surgery. There is a petrol station nearby with convenience store. There are some lovely walks to be enjoyed along the river and through Farningham Woods Nature Reserve. Farningham has its own cricket club and there are several golf clubs and courses to be enjoyed in the surrounding area including Pedham Place Golf Centre about 1 mile away. Sevenoaks (about 9 miles to the South), offers excellent shopping, and recreational facilities, Bluewater shopping centre is 8.6 miles away. There are supermarkets in Otford (about 6.6 miles). The M25 junction 3 is about two miles away and provides access to London, Gatwick, Stansted and Heathrow airports. The A2 provides access into central London as well as to Ebbsfleet International Station with its high-speed rail links into central London and Europe. There are mainline rail services from Swanley (3.4 miles) to Charing Cross in 31 minutes (London Bridge 21 minutes). Sevenoaks station (9.3 miles) to Charing Cross/Cannon Street (London Bridge about 23 minutes). Ebbsfleet International Station (9.7miles) to London St Pancras. There is a local primary school in Eynsford and preparatory schools in both Otford and Sevenoaks. The area offers a wide range of schools in the private, public and state sectors including Grammar annexes in Sevenoaks and Grammar schools in Dartford and Wilmington along with Newstead Wood school in Orpington. The house sits outside of the newly extended ULEZ zone. DIRECTIONS From the M25 take junction 3 (A20). At The roundabout, take the A20 exit towards West Kingsdown and Farningham. Continue straight over the next roundabout and at the third roundabout take the third exit to Farningham. At the end of the road turn right and then the next left onto Sparepenny Lane. Hampton Court House will be found after a short distance on the right-hand side. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: Gas fired central heating, mains electricity, waste and drains. - Local Authority: Sevenoaks District Council - Council Tax band: H £4,456 (2024/25) - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.