£1,350,000

Scotts Oast, Ospringe

  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 4 Receptions

A magnificent attached period oast house, with an adjacent purpose built thatched barn, connected by a striking contemporary glass garden…

Key features

  • A Magnificent Attached Oast Conversion
  • With A Spectacular Purpose Built Thatched Barn
  • Immaculately Presented Throughout
  • Five Bedrooms Plus Loft Room
  • Stunning Glass Sun Room & Entertainment Room With Bar
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room With Quartz Topped Island
  • Set Within 3.05 Acres Of Beautiful Gardens & Paddocks
  • Idyllic Rural Setting With Lovely Views Over Countryside

Full property description

A magnificent attached period oast house, with an adjacent purpose built thatched barn, connected by a striking contemporary glass garden room, set within 3.08 acres of glorious gardens & paddocks, in a wonderfully rural setting near Faversham. Scotts Oast dates back to the 19th century and displays a wealth of charming period features, however the property has been extensively upgraded and improved by its current owners and now offers over 3400 sq. ft of characterful and luxuriously appointed, immaculately presented accommodation.

The property is entered via a wide front door, which opens into a spacious entrance hall, with natural stone flooring, exposed beams, wood panelled walls, stairs to the first floor and bespoke seating with storage for boots and shoes beneath. A latch-key door opens into a lovely study/family room, with half-panelled walls and wood effect tiled flooring. Beyond this, there is a well-appointed cloakroom & utility room, with a butler sink and wood block work surfaces.

To the rear of the oast, there is an impressive dual aspect sitting room, with a beamed ceiling, bespoke fitted storage, wood effect tiled flooring, a fireplace with a wood burning stove effect gas fire and double glazed French doors to the garden.

To the right of the entrance hall, there is a stunning kitchen/breakfast room which has been fitted with an extensive range of high quality traditionally styled wall and floor units, set around oak work surfaces, a twin Belfast style sink, a large quartz topped island, a great space for entertaining, a breakfast bar and natural stone flooring. There is additional fitted seating with inset storage and French doors which open onto the rear garden. From here, an incredible glass garden room connects the oast with a purpose built thatched barn, creating a striking contrast between these traditional and very contemporary architectural styles.

The barn has a spectacular beamed, vaulted ceiling, an exposed brick feature wall, herringbone wood effect floor tiles and a triple aspect, with two walls of bi-folding doors, opening the whole corner to provide an indoor/outdoor entertaining space. The barn is an outstanding space for entertaining, with well-equipped bar area, a dining area and a cosy sitting area with a wood burning stove and a wall of bespoke fitted furniture.

On the first floor, a galleried landing, with the original hop press, leads to five generously proportioned bedrooms and a beautifully appointed family bathroom. This has been fitted with a Victorian style suite, including a double ended bath, a separate shower enclosure and beautiful porcelain tiling. The main bedroom is a superb double room, with a beamed ceiling, a wall of built-in wardrobes and a well-appointed en-suite, with a double ended bath, a marble topped vanity sink and a walk-in shower enclosure.

A further staircase rises from the landing to a loft room, with a walk-in wardrobe, an en-suite shower room and far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.

OUTSIDE:

Scotts Oast is set within 3.08 acres of grounds and is approached via a gravelled driveway, which provides parking for numerous cars. In addition to this, a separate driveway leads to a block of five garages, three of which are also owned by Scotts Oast. The oast is set within 0.58 acres of beautiful gardens, which are mainly laid to lawn and interspersed by a variety of mature trees, including several fruit trees. A vast sandstone patio and barbeque area wraps around the entire rear of the oast, the glass room and the barn, creating a wonderful area for outdoor entertaining. Beyond the gardens, there is a 2.5 acre paddock, with a separate vehicular entrance via Hansletts Lane.


SITUATION:

Scotts Oast enjoys an exceptional rural setting, within walking distance of the local pub, The Alma, and a further stroll into Faversham town centre. The property is surrounded by paddocks and orchards and enjoys fine views over the surrounding countryside.

The village of Ospringe is located on the edge of the Kent Downs. The centre of the market town of Faversham is about two miles away and the cathedral city of Canterbury approx. twelve miles. The village has a well regarded Church of England primary school and the local church is St. Peter and St. Paul.

The parish encompasses nine hamlets, the major one being Painters Forstal, which is home to Lorenden Preparatory School, whilst other local primary schools include the outstanding Sheldwich Primary School. The parish is part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has several conservation areas as well as roadside nature conservancy areas within its boundary. Mixed agriculture is the main activity of the area and there are still some hop gardens in use.

The charming market town of Faversham nestles between the rural beauty of the rolling downs and the sweeping flatlands of the North Kent marshes. Faversham has a wide range of high street shops and independent retailers which adorn its attractive high street and its bustling 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 nearby M2 motorway gives excellent and fast access to London which is approx. 48 miles, the Cathedral City of Canterbury (approx. 9 miles away) and the Kent coast.




We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements, floor plans and site plans are a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Fixtures and fittings shown in any photographs are not necessarily included in the sale and need to be agreed with the seller.

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