Hunton Court is listed Grade II and unusually for Kent, is constructed of a mellow ragstone reminiscent of that found in the Cotswolds.This impressive house lies at the end of two long driveways, one of which has a lodge where it meets the public highway, before meandering through 132 acres of beautiful and established 18th Century parkland - that of serpentine lakes, artfully arranged tree planting and ancient and picturesque stone bridges creating a magical setting for this unique house.Hunton Court epitomises all that is expected of an elegant country house. It does not fail to impress.Behind the three storey house lies a range of traditional buildings, one of which incorporates a cottage and a large walled garden.History Hunton Court dates back to the 13th Century and was once a traditional timber framed 14th Century farmhouse, with a large roof structure and three crown posts which can still be found in the attic rooms today. It was in the early Victorian period that the house was adapted to the existing Georgian style.The Estate was once the country residence of the Bannerman family, starting with Henry Bannerman in 1850. The Estate was subsequently left to his nephew, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, who served as Prime Minister from 1905 to 1908. Hunton Court was successively occupied by descendants of the Bannerman family before moving into the ownership of the current vendors in 2008.This property has 132 acres of land.