Glen House, Kent
Situated 10 mins from J5 of the M25, this magnificent country house with large rooms was designed in the arts and crafts style by the reknowned architect Clough Williams-Ellis in 1916, better known for his development Portmeirion. Set in 13 acres, three dedicated to garden, the remaining 10 meadow with woodland (including bluebell wood during the spring) and is bordered by brook. Large driveway and parking available for numerous cars, plus additional area in adjacent meadow suitable for parking. Rooms (and approximate sizes): Ground Floor Rooms: Family living room (12 m x 5.7 m); Conservatory (12.2 m x 6.4 m); Drawing room (10.8 m x 7.2 m); Dining room (6 m x 4 m); Kitchen (6.2 m x 3.5 m); Sitting room / bedroom 7 (8.3 m x 3.4 m) plus en suite bathroom; Study / library (7.6 m x 3.6 m); Playroom / sitting room (10 m x 3.6 m); Laundry room (3.6 m x 3 m); Other ground floor rooms include entrance hall, cloakroom and ‘garden’ cloakroom. First Floor Rooms: Leisure room (12 m x 5.6 m); Master bedroom (7.3 m x 5 m), plus ante room, en suite bathroom and dressing room; Bedroom (4.9 m x 4.5 m), plus en suite bathroom; Bedroom (3.6 x 3.5 m) plus sitting room (4 m x 3.6 m) plus en suite bathroom; Bedroom (4.7 m x 6.6 m), including en suite bathroom; Bedroom (6 m x 4 m); Bedroom (6 m x 4 m); Large bathroom• Other information: Grand piano in drawing room; Full size snooker table in leisure room; Large island unit in kitchen; Fireplace in following rooms: drawing, dining, living, downstairs sitting room, study/library, playroom, leisure room and most bedrooms; Large statue (above front entrance) of a young girl representing one of the original farm ‘colonists’ dressed in which was presumably the uniform of 1916 (a cotton cap, long dress and apron) and holding a scrollo Bellcote (but no bell); Garden: natural swimming pool, formal pond, large terrace, various seating areas; 3-car garage. Kent TN11.