Striking and attractive converted twin oast and barn superbly presented with versatile accommodation, charming gardens and far reaching views.
The Oast House is a sympathetically converted twin roundel oast and barn which has been the subject of complete refurbishment by the current owners. The property is superbly presented throughout with stylish fittings which enhance the character features. The house offers versatile accommodation, ideal for modern day living, and benefits from a ground floor bedroom with en suite. Features include bespoke kitchen by Rencraft, modern and contemporary bathroom suites, exposed brick fireplaces, some exposed timbers, limestone and oak flooring, in-ceiling speakers, some vaulted ceilings and bi-folding doors. The delightful landscaped garden provides an attractive backdrop to the house which also benefits from far reaching views towards the North Downs.
A front door opens into a charming hall with windows to the garden and bench seating with storage.
The principal reception rooms provide ideal areas for both formal and family entertaining. The sitting room is located within one of the roundels and has an outlook to the front and a fireplace with wood burning stove. The dining room has a vaulted glazed roof, full height windows and double doors to the terrace.
The stylish study is located within the second roundel and has a fireplace with wood burning stove and an outlook to the front and side.
The bespoke kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a comprehensive range of wall and base units by Rencraft including plate racks, display shelves and a dresser unit. Corian work surfaces incorporate a double butler sink and appliances include a Rangemaster oven with extractor fan over, Miele microwave and coffee machine, wine fridge, integral fridge and Neff dishwasher. There is also a useful larder cupboard with space for a fridge freezer.
The utility room is also fitted with a range of storage cupboards and has space for appliances and a sink.
An inner hall has stairs rising to the first floor, a shelved cupboard, a display alcove and a door to the cloakroom.
Completing the ground floor accommodation is a spacious and versatile guest bedroom suite comprising a bedroom with pocket doors leading to a library area fitted with bookshelves, with a double height apex window and bi-folding doors to the garden. There is also a stylish and well-appointed en suite shower room.
The first floor accommodation is approached via two separate staircases. The main staircase leads to a landing with an outlook to the side.
There are three bedrooms, two of which are located within the roundels and have far reaching views and vaulted ceilings, with one having fitted wardrobes. The third bedroom has fitted bookshelves and served by an en suite shower room.
The family bathroom comprises a stylish suite featuring a roll top claw and ball bath and separate shower cubicle.
Approached from the second staircase is a striking vaulted bedroom with eaves storage cupboards and a glass banister open void to the library area below. There is also an attractive en suite shower room.
The house is approached over a brick block driveway which provides parking for a number of cars. The delightful established garden is laid to lawn, flanked by banks of nepeta, and a brick path leading from the parking area to the front door and on to a generous terrace area. This terrace is an ideal space for al fresco entertaining and to enjoy the far reaching views towards the North Downs. A further path leads down the garden with shaped beds well stocked with a variety of plants and where a garden shed and oil tank are located. There is also a pedestrian gate to the lane. The gardens are enclosed by established mixed evergreen hedging which provide privacy.
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A superb oast house with such character - and the rural views are simply gorgeous.Oliver Hodges