£899,950

Clock Tower Barn, Norton

  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Receptions

Clock Tower Barn is an impressive four bedroom home with a wealth of original features, exposed beams, stable doors, vaulted…

Key features

  • Striking Grade II Listed Attached Barn Conversion
  • Four Bedrooms - Two Luxury Bathrooms
  • Bespoke Kitchen With Modern Integrated Appliances
  • Vaulted Sitting Room With Wood Burning Stove
  • Set Within 0.23 Acres Of Beautiful Grounds
  • Parking, Double Garage & Home Office
  • Set Within A Small Exclusive Gated Community
  • Surrounded By Countryside In The Village Of Norton
  • Approx. Four Miles From Faversham
  • EPC RATING: D

Full property description

Clock Tower Barn is an impressive four bedroom home with a wealth of original features, exposed beams, stable doors, vaulted ceilings, and the magnificent clock tower, which stands proudly on top of this stunning barn. The property enjoys a splendid rural setting, in a small, exclusive gated community within the spectacular grounds of Norton Court, yet within easy reach of the market town of Faversham.

A beautiful entrance through a handsome glazed front door brings you to the elevated reception hall.

On the ground floor, stylish wood effect Amtico flooring has been laid throughout this spectacular open plan living space. There is a hidden cloakroom just off the dining room, which has been cleverly designed and offers ample storage space for coats and shoes.

The kitchen has been fitted to a very high standard by a local joiner, modern appliances have been beautifully integrated and finished with a mix of granite and wood block work surfaces, which offer a traditional feel to this characterful space.

Next to the dining room, there is the fourth bedroom, which could equally be used as playroom or a snug, has a delightful cosy feel and is a wonderful addition to the downstairs space.

Steps lead up into the triple aspect sitting room, with a stunning vaulted ceiling and fine views over the gardens, whilst the contemporary wood burner allows more warmth and ambience to fill this impressive space.

On the first floor, a glass galleried landing leads to a further three double bedrooms, where the character continues with exposed beams, traditionally styled radiators and oak doors. There is a well-appointed family bathroom, with a beautiful modern suite, including a double ended bath and a separate shower enclosure. The main bedroom at the end of the corridor has an elegant en-suite bathroom, built-in wardrobes and is a wonderful space to retreat to.

OUTSIDE:

The property is set within an extremely private and secluded plot of 0.23 acres and is approached via a sweeping gravelled driveway, which provides ample parking for several cars. This leads to a detached double garage which has ample storage but also has the potential (subject to planning) to be a wonderful annexe or large workshop.

The garden can be reached by several rooms, and is mainly laid to lawn, with well-stocked beds and borders. Adjacent to the barn, there is a full width patio area, with a brick built barabeque and pizza oven. To the rear of barn, there is another lovely paved patio area, where you will find a log store. The summer house is currently being used a superb home office, with heating, air conditioning and the most wonderful views of the garden. The garden has been beautifully manicured and enjoys splendid views over fields beyond, which provide a tremendous sense of privacy and makes this an ideal place to entertain.

SITUATION:

Clock Tower Barn enjoys a prestigious setting, within the gated grounds of Norton Court, an historic Grade ll Listed Manor house, surrounded by 70 acres of park-like grounds in the picturesque village of Norton, on a peaceful, quiet lane with minimal passing traffic. There is a village pub and an abundance of local footpaths through the Kent countryside.

The village of Teynham is less than two miles away and benefits from having a local train station offering routes through to London and the coast. The surrounding countryside is mainly fruit orchards and it is close to the hamlet of Conyer, which has its own Quay. The village benefits from many local shops and a library.

The charming nearby market town of Faversham (approx. four miles) offers a wide range of high street shops and independent retailers which adorn its attractive high street and its market square. The town also offers excellent leisure facilities with an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a cinema, a large park and recreation ground, a museum and numerous pubs and restaurants.

It has a good selection of primary schools and two secondary schools, one of which is the renowned Queen Elizabeth Grammar School. Faversham has a mainline railway station with a regular service to London Victoria, Cannon Street and Charing Cross and a high-speed rail link to London St. Pancras.

The cathedral city of Canterbury is just 13 miles away and is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, with a thriving city centre offering a wide array of High Street brands alongside a diverse mix of independent retailers, cafes, and international restaurants. The city also offers a fine selection of sporting, leisure, and recreational amenities, including the refurbished Marlowe Theatre.





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