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Lone Barn, Chelsfield, Kent, BR5 4EZ
Guide Price : £1,295,000
East Hall Road, Chelsfield
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Features :
  • AONB
  • GREENBELT
  • 1.5 ACRES
  • BARN
  • 4 BEDROOMS
  • 3 RECEPTIONS
  • 2 BATHROOMS
  • OAK GARAGE
  • LONG DRIVEWAY
  • EXTREEMELY SECLUDED
Details :
Bedrooms : 4  |  Receptions : 3  |  Bathrooms : 2

A very commutable, Country Cottage with grounds, with a BARN. In the middle of the countryside yet within the M25. A 'secret' Detached Farm house set in an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. 1.5 acres of landscaped gardens and a paddock. All beautiful.
ABOUT A very commutable, Country House, with grounds, set in the middle of the countryside yet within the M25. For sale is this 'secret' Detached Farm house set in an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' together with a large brick built barn. Set within 1.5 acres of landscaped gardens and a paddock, within the M25 and only 25 minutes from London Bridge. Particularly private and secluded being 1000 feet from the lane and the nearest neighbour from where it cannot really be viewed. Accessed via a long private road and passed, two electric security gates. The house is nicely presented and modernised, comprising: 4 bedrooms, 3 Reception Rooms, 2 Bathrooms, Utility room, Downstairs Cloakroom. The barn provides potential to live and work from home. Great potential for a Granny Annexe, teenager accommodation, offices or a Barn? The house is particularly suitable for someone with multiple vehicles.

MAIN HOUSE FEATURES Solid Limestone flooring. Solid Oak floorboards throughout the first floor. Bespoke solid oak staircase. Hardwood double glazed windows and oak doors throughout. Bespoke 'arched' oak front door. Plaster cornicing throughout. Halogen spotlights and lamp lighting throughout. Vaulted ceilings to bedrooms. Hand built wardrobes to two bedrooms. Granite work surfaces in the kitchen. New Roof (2005).

MAIN RECEPTION 24'3 x 14'9 Bespoke limestone fireplace. Triple aspect. French doors onto the garden. Limestone floor. Built in speaker cabling. Oak staircase with barley twist spindles and monkey tails.

LOUNGE 15'4 x 12 Period stone fireplace with woodburning stove. Double aspect. Limestone floor.

DINING ROOM - STUDY 11'3 x 10'6 Cast iron, feature, fireplace. (for display only)

KITCHEN - BREAKFAST ROOM 15'4 x 11'10 Period styled kitchen with integrated appliances under granite work surfaces. Triple Aspect.

UTILTY ROOM 6'7 x 5'4

CLOAKROOM

GALLERIED LANDING

MASTER BEDROOM 19'8 x 15'5 Dual aspect, vaulted ceiling. French doors opening onto a 'juliet' balcony. Vaulted ceiling, oak floorboards.

EN-SUITE 8'6 x 5' Wet room with surround shower jets. Hans Grohe fittings. Vaulted ceiling. Oak floorboards. Vaulted ceiling.

BEDROOM TWO 15'4 x 12' Triple aspect, cast iron fireplace, vaulted ceiling. Vaulted ceiling, oak floorboards.

BEDROOM THREE 15'5 x 11'10 Triple aspect, vaulted ceiling. Vaulted ceiling, oak floorboards.

BEDROOM FOUR 10'7 x 7'1 Oak floorboards.

FAMILY BATHROOM 10'6 x 7'9 Victoriana, white china suite. Concealed bath, period styled engineered mosaic tiled floor.

GROUNDS Extend to about 1.5 Acres The grounds are in two halves and accessed by two electrically operated, five bar security gates. A chipped drivway leads past the barn to the house.
The garden has been lovingly landscaped over many years. Large well kept lawn with brick edged borders well stocked with evergreen shrubs and flowers. Large yorkstone paved patio. Extensive block paving surrounds the house which also provides a lot of car parking. There is a part finished second Oak car port, presently consisting of 8 Oak posts set into concrete.
The paddock is fenced and is laid to lawn.
Further timber shed, with power and light.
Extending to about 1.45 acres.

OAK CAR PORT 19'1 x 17'9 Oak and lime render construction under a salvaged Kent clay tiled roof. Two parking bays.

SUMMERHOUSE 15'1 x 9'1 The summerhouse is in dilapidated condition and requires rebuilding. It is about 200 years old and was the former wash house to Cottages which were once in the garden. It would make a beautiful summer house.

BARN 32'10 x 14'1 This is about the size of four cars. It would suit a variety of uses. EG Granny Annexe, Offices, Staff or teenage accommodation.
Currently watertight and secure. with power and lighting.

SERVICES Mains electric, water, telephone & internet. Cesspool drainage, oil fired central heating via cast iron radiators.

TRANSPORT Chelsfield Station: 1.96m,
Orpington Station 2.09m (Fast) , Petts Wood Station (Fast 25 minutes to London Bridge)
(Fast to London Bridge, Charing Cross and Canon Street)
Petts Wood is the quickest station to drive to followed by Chelsfield. There is parking at both stations.
M25 Junction 4, 3 miles away.

DIRECTIONS From Chelsfield Village, head toward Well Hill. As you get to Chelsfield Village hall on the right, take the turning on the left, Skibbs Lane, (there is a Childrens swing park on the corner. Proceed along Skibbs lane for about 5 minutes until you get to a cross roads > Straight ahead. This is still Skibbs Lane. Proceed to the 'T' junction with Gorse Road, straight ahead. From the 'T' junction count three houses on your right. At the third house, turn right, passed 'The Oaks' and the green corrugated barn in the garden. The driveway leads from there to the next gate. Take the gate on the left and proceed to the house.

From Petts Wood East: Drive East along Petts Wood Road, to Poverest Roundabout. Straight across. Keep going to the traffic lights and go straight over into Kent Road. Proceed straight at the next two mini roundabouts, you are in Chelsfield Road. When you have a field on the left, take the next left fork into Cockmannings Road. You will have fields on your left and bungalows on your right. Keep going straight and the road will become East Hall Road. Pass the Bungalow on your right and up and down a slight hill. On the left you will pass a sign saying East Hall Cottages. Keep going straight until l the next house on the left. Turn left over the forecourt of 'The Oaks', there is a green corrugated barn in the garden on your right. The driveway leads up from there to the next gate. Take the gate on the left and proceed to the house.

AGENTS NOTE The vendor of this property is an Estate Agent, within the meaning of the Estate Agents Act ( 1979 ) and it is declared that the seller is a Director of the selling agents. This declaration is made in accordance with section 21 of that act.

The person dealing with this property is: George Quinn
DD 020 88463 8062
sales@markbeaumont.com