Stede Court, Kent
Beautiful! Built in 1625, timber frame house and outbuildings including an Oast set in 1 acre of formal gardens, a 5 acre field and 2 large ponds. Indoors has several inglenook fireplaces, lots of characterful original doors, windows and beams with lots of light as was a weavers house so unusually high ceilings and some large rooms. House and gardens are peaceful and not overlooked by neighbours or the road.
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Early Edwardian Semi Detached House. Situated on a quiet road with plentiful non restricted parking in the area. The Rookery has recently been completly renovated in a neutral palette and every room has a different style of panelling. The Kitchen with an Aga is 30ft long with a polished concrete floor. The large sitting room has wide aged dark floor boards and elsewhere has white painted floorboards. The hall is wide and all rooms are large for pullback for furniture shoots. Four bedrooms, stunning ensuite bathroom/dressing room with free standing bath adjoins master bedroom through Crittal doors. A large garden office for overspill of cast, crew and clients. Both the sitting room and kitchen open out onto the back garden. The house has great light for photography. JJCedar