A charming five bedroom unlisted barn conversion located in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Originally a former Byre and understood to date from over 300 years ago, this impressive, detached family home has been completely converted. The house is beautifully presented and well maintained to offer highly adaptable living accommodation and occupies a tranquil rural setting in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
On the ground floor, the entrance hall leads to a fantastic 40ft x 20ft sitting room, understood to be the original barn, incorporating versatile sitting and family areas, an attractive brick fireplace with a wood burning stove sits at one end of this room and bi-fold doors lead out to the side and rear of the property. There is a fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a range of cupboards, appliances include a dishwasher, Cooke & Lewis induction hob, Hotpoint double oven and a free-standing Hotpoint fridge. A door leads through to a cloakroom along with access to the side of the property. Off the entrance hall there is a utility room fitted to match the kitchen and a small boiler room.
Parish Farm Barn offers great potential for multi-generational living. Understood to be the formal milking parlour, the dining room enjoys a delightful triple aspect and leads through to another room which is currently used as a gym and a separate shower room. Stairs lead up to the first floor where there are two bedrooms. This part of the property offers an excellent opportunity for potential purchasers to fulfil individual requirements, subject to the necessary planning consents.
The oak staircase from the sitting room, leads to an impressive vaulted galleried landing where there are three further bedrooms, a study, and a family bathroom. The principal bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, a well-proportioned ensuite bathroom, separate dressing room and superb easterly views over neighbouring land.
Parish Farm Barn is approached via gates which open to a generous gravelled parking area. The gardens lie predominantly to the east and south of the barn with mature beech hedging, picket fencing, various fruit trees and an oak tree.
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The history behind this property is fantastic and even the bedrooms are named after the cows!Julien HuntProperty agent