A handsome Grade II listed house dating from circa 1700 with elegant accommodation of character, a fine new oak-framed cart lodge, parkland gardens and set close to one of Kent’s most popular villages.
Sweepstakes Farmhouse has appealing elevations of mellow brick with a pattern of burnt headers in Flemish bond with a dentil cornice under a clay tile roof with a central stack. The main entrance is at the rear with a covered porch leading to the central hall, with tiled ﬂoor and cloakroom oﬀ. To the right is the kitchen/ breakfast room, which is beautifully fitted with a range of cream cabinets with granite work surfaces and fitted appliances, including electric oven, steamer and microwave.
There is an oil-fired Rayburn in the fireplace. A large utility room is adjacent. The sitting room has great character with exposed timbers and a most attractive inglenook fireplace. The dining room is similarly beamed with a fireplace. The study has a modern fitted desk and useful storage; the room has views down the garden.
The lovely bright galleried landing enjoys a fine view and leads to the master and guest bedrooms, both with en suites. There are two further first ﬂoor bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom with roll-top bath. Stairs from the landing rise to the second ﬂoor, where there are two bedrooms and a shower room.