A substantial residence set in just over three acres of gardens and grounds backing onto the River Mole.
A detached family home in need of modernization. We believe dating back to the 1930's, Dungeness is set in around three acres of land leading down to the River Mole.
There is a great opportunity to restore the former stables back to equestrian use or repurpose it for secondary accommodation subject to the necessary planning approvals. The house is set back from the road with ample parking and the benefit of a triple garage block.
On the ground floor is a large reception hall opening to a light and spacious sitting room with doors opening to formal gardens. The separate dining room is accessed off the hall way. The kitchen is to the rear of the property with a door opening onto the substantial garden room which wraps around the house with doors leading onto the garden terrace. The property benefits from two cloakrooms.
On the first floor there are five double bedrooms, family bathroom and an en suite shower room.
Outside, the property is approached by an in and out' driveway flanked by mature trees and shrubs providing a high degree of seclusion. Adjacent to the house is a triple garage block and to the other side a gate to the paddock. To the rear is a large formal lawned garden with patio area with central pathway leading to a former paddock.
The main outbuilding, a former stable, has been adapted to a large studio with kitchenette, WC and three workshops. In addition, there are separate stores and a feature traction engine caravan on wooden wheels under a tin roof. To the rear of the paddock is the River Mole with an old pillbox to the corner.
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This house offers a great opportunity to purchase a family property in need of modernization and updating to make your own unique home.Jamie Williams