A beautifully presented period house and separate cottage in pretty countryside easily accessible to Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and Maidstone.
Drawing room, Sitting room, Dining room
Kitchen/breakfast room, Utility room
Master bedroom with en-suite dressing room and bathroom
Three further bedrooms, Two further bathrooms
Ancillary accommodations in a cottage - comprising of kitchen/living room, two bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms.
Equestrian facilities including 13 stables, tack room, feed, equine washroom, store area, horse
walker, hay barn.
Beautifully presented gardens and grounds, fields and paddocks including an outdoor school
Approximately 0.46 acres.
Nettlestead Green House is a handsome and
beautifully presented detached Grade II listed
period property with weather boarded elevations
under a pitched peg tiled roof. The house
has considerable character and retains many
features of the period.
The property is approached through a heavy
oak front door leading to an entrance vestibule.
The drawing room has a delightful triple aspect,
an impressive Inglenook fireplace and heavy
timbered ceilings. The sitting room opens into
the dining room and also has an impressive
Inglenook fireplace with some heavy timbers
and exposed stud partitioning.
The kitchen/breakfast room is of a good size
having windows to two aspects and views over
the pretty gardens. There is a comprehensive
range of units, work surfaces, dresser unit, Aga
and ample space for a kitchen table.
On the first floor is an attractive landing, an
impressive master bedroom suite with a
dressing room and luxurious en-suite bathroom.
There are three further bedrooms and two
On the second floor there is a room currently
used as a gym.
Diagonally opposite the property across the
courtyard is an impressive period barn and
adjoining cottage. The barn provides further
stables and can give secondary access to the
cottage. The cottage is beautifully presented
and has an impressive kitchen/breakfast room,
living room area, two bedrooms and two
The property is approached through heavy
wooden gates leading to a parking and turning
area between the main house, barn and
cottage. The gardens which are principally to
the west are superbly maintained and mainly laid
to lawn interspersed with a variety of flowers,
shrubs, mature trees and hedges that denote
the formal garden area .
Income can be derived from letting the cottage.