- Unique detached home dating back to 1731
- Set in approximately 1.2 acres
- Secluded courtyard and garden
- Extensive, flexible accommodation
Dating back to 1731 and steeped in local history, this beautiful Grade II listed property is set over three floors and provides extensive, flexible accommodation that could be adapted to suit just about any new owners needs.
To the ground floor are three separate reception rooms. A lounge and dining room overlooking the front of the property, a double aspect family room plus a breakfast room with feature stone flooring leading through to the kitchen and large separate utility room. In addition there is a good size cellar with decent head height accessed from the entrance hall currently used for storage.
To the first floor are four double bedrooms, one with en-suite facilities, and the family bathroom.
To the second floor are a further three double bedrooms and a bathroom with separate WC.
To the rear of the property is a secluded south easterly facing courtyard, accessed directly from the kitchen, making it an ideal spot for outdoor dining or entertaining during the summer months.
The main part of the garden, measuring just over an acre, is to the side of the property and is bordered by mature trees and shrubs.
To the front is a grand carriage driveway creating an excellent first impression and to the side are two large garages.
Situated on Leaves Green Common in an overall plot of approximately 1.2 acres, alongside other characterful properties, this unique home offers a blend of semi-rural living with the convenience of local shops and restaurants in Locksbottom and Biggin Hill, coffee shops and walks in Keston and Downe Villages plus access to junctions 4 and 6 on the M25 both within 6 miles.