Charming, unlisted 5 bedroom period family home set in about 3 acres, in Cranbrook School catchment (2019)
Clapper Hill Farm is a charming, unlisted period home believed to date in part from the 17th century with later additions, set back from the road with lovely established gardens and paddocks of about 3 acres that adjoin a private vineyard to the east. The property, which has been in the same ownership for over 20 years provides flexible family accommodation arranged over two floors together with various useful outbuildings and former stables, all with scope for a range of uses.
Ground floor accommodation comprises; A sitting room with attractive inglenook fireplace and an adjacent family room with French doors to the garden, both rooms enjoy a dual aspect. A fitted kitchen which opens to the dining/breakfast room with Fired Earth floor tiles, old pine cupboards, a two oven oil fired Aga and space for freestanding appliances. A utility room and shower room complete the ground floor.
On the first floor there are five bedrooms which are served by a family bathroom and an en suite shower room. Off the main bedroom there is a dressing room with concealed wardrobe cupboards.
Clapper Hill Farm is approached via an in and out driveway, with a third vehicular access to the former stables and outbuildings. The well-established gardens extend to three sides of the house with lawns interspersed with mature oak, chestnut and varieties of fruit trees. Adjoining the gardens are three fenced grazing paddocks.
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versatile family property enjoying attractive gardens, with scope and potential to updateDuncan Petrie