The Manor Barn: Entrance hall | Reception room | Drawing room | Study area | Sunken sitting area | Designer Italian kitchen | Dining area | Cinema room | Walk-in larder | Cocktail bar | Wine cellar | Utility room | Master bedroom suite | Guest bedroom suite | 3 Further bedrooms (1 en-suite) | Family bathroom | Boot room/bedroom 5 | 2 Cloakrooms The New Barn (potential annexe): Gymnasium | Shower/sauna/steam room | Kitchen | Office with lake views | 3 Open fronted garages | 2 Secure garages Landscaped gardens by RHS award winning team and grounds with 2 lakes | Substantial summer house | Large garden store/workshop About 2.8 acres The Manor Barn is perhaps the finest barn conversion in Kent.
Following careful consultation with the renowned architect, Sir Thomas Croft, the property was created about 7 years ago from a disused barn dating from the 1300s in the grounds of the adjacent Manor House.
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The kitchen is well equipped, spacious with plenty of workspace and includes a dining area to seat 6.
The large lounge includes a digital flatscreen TV, electric fire, and comfortable seating on two sofas and a recliner.
Work was due to begin at 9.30am today and is scheduled to finish at 4pm next Monday, March 20.
There are plenty of character features that make themselves apparent such as the original water pump in the front garden, wide staircase and large landing.You are in walking distance of many conveniences with Ashford on your doorstep yet it maintains a rural feel with some nice walks in the surrounding countryside.The porch opens up into a large entrance hall with the kitchen/ dining room off to the left and lounge to the right, the wide stair case and utility room also feed off at the far end.Whilst every facility for modern life has been carefully incorporated it was ensured that the integrity of the medieval barn was retained.The result is a spectacular home that has been carefully improved and enhanced by the current owners.