Millers Farm is a Grade II listed 16thCentury and early Victorian farm house.
The Victorian and 16th Century building provides a spacious and airy home. The vendor has thoughtfully refurbished the property over the past three years including replacing windows to the exact specification of the originals in hardwood and are double glazed.
Most of the original features remain including honey coloured timbers and the large 16th Century inglenook fireplace. The Victorian addition has retained all of the original fireplaces. The plaster coving, cornicing and wood panelling has been replaced throughout.
A very large family room providing a bespoke kitchen built in pale oak under a granite work surface, walk in larder, two sinks, modern five oven electric Aga, huge special order Aga fridge freezer (both Aga appliances available by separate negotiation with vendor) and mains gas wok hob. The working island divides the kitchen area from the sitting and dining areas.
Directly running from the kitchen via a large opening, this is a recent addition built in natural oak with a Kent peg tiled roof and double glazed window panels. A discrete, built in oak sideboard to one end houses the washing machine, tumble dryer and storage cupboard. French doors lead onto a private stone terrace and garden area.
A delightful room with high timbered ceiling, two large windows and a beautiful featured inglenook fireplace.
A very elegant and airy room with two large sash windows including the original shutters. Ornate plaster cornicing and Victorian fireplace.
A good sized room with high ceilings, sash window with original shutters, wood panelled walls, marble fireplace and bespoke solid natural oak library shelves and cupboards running the length of one wall.
MASTER BEDROOM SUITE
This runs the length of the south side of the house. The bedroom having two large sash windows, plaster cornicing and original Victorian fireplace, opening into a large 16th Century dressing room.
With its high vaulted ceiling exposing the crown post of this 16th
Century building adjoins the dressing room. It is a very large room with WC, bidet, cast iron bath with granite panel surround, open granite walled walk in shower and double hand basin unit.
THREE FURTHER BEDROOMS
All double rooms with en-suite shower/bathrooms fitted to the highest standard comprising of white suites, chrome fittings and power showers.
The house is approached from Taylors lane via a gravel drive beside a beautiful duck pond complete with beautifully planted natural gardens and natural stone water fall, through an electric wooden farm gate to the gravel parking area to the side of the house. With the relevant planning permission, the flat lawned area to the left side of the house on the approach lends itself to the erection of a fitting double car port and outdoor storage building.
Rag stone walls and Iron park railings surround the house with small lawn areas, shrubs, herbaceous borders and a variety of trees within.
Far reaching views to the beautiful North downs with the notorious ’Pilgrims way’ footpaths and bridle paths to the North and far reaching farmland to the South provide endless opportunity for walking and riding.
These are a lovely feature and surround the house on all sides, being laid to a small area of lawn with a variety of trees and shrubs and bordered by a very pretty ragstone wall with iron railings above.
• Entrance hall
• Drawing room
• Sitting room
• Kitchen/dining/family room
• Garden room
• Master bedroom, dressing room and bathroom
• 3 Further bedrooms all with en suite bathrooms
• About 0.2 acres
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Architectural Style: Farmhouse, Victorian