An exceptional wing of a fine Edwardian country house was originally built for a hop farmer around 1904 and divided into two in 1954. The house is situated on the edge of Brenchley which is a most highly regarded village in the area with it's picturesque High Street.
This fine Grade II listed barn is believed to date back to around 1650 and has now been beautifully renovated to a high standard. The spacious interior provides flexible family accommodation with many period features including exposed timbers and beams.
A double fronted 1927 built family home set over three floors giving 4 bedrooms and a the benefit of a self contained annexe with a bedroom, bathroom and a kitchen. There are rural views from the front and rear and off street parking.
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