by Aspect County

Yew Tree Oast is a delightful detached Oast house on the outskirts of the village of Hawkhurst within the popular hamlet of Gills Green. The property is in a rural location with a lovely outlook over neighbouring farmland. The nearby village of Hawkhurst and market town of Cranbrook has plenty of local amenities including a wide variety of shops and schools including Cranbrook School, Dulwich Preparatory School, Saint Ronans and Marlborough House.

Inside you have an entrance vestibule and a spacious reception hall, sitting room with an impressive inglenook fireplace, dining room within the roundel which has beamed ceilings and enjoys a triple aspect. You also have a cloakroom, kitchen breakfast room with a range of wall and base units with granite worktop, inset stainless steel sink and drainer and an eye level oven.

The conservatory has a triple aspect and two sets of double doors opening to the garden and the family room also has doors opening to the garden. The first floor has a spacious landing with a linen cupboard. The master bedroom within the roundel has an ensuite shower room, while the guest bedroom has an ensuite bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms, one single bedroom and a family bathroom. 

Planning permission has been granted for the change of use from an ancillary annexe to an independent residential dwelling. Currently the barn has been converted to provide ground floor rooms including a kitchen/dining sitting room, two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The loft area of the barn remains unconverted. 
The well established gardens surround the property and incorporate a natural stream fed pond, areas of lawn and established beds. The boundary is edged by mature hedges and trees. Outbuildings include a greenhouse and tractor shed for the budding farmer. There is a fenced area of paddock leading down to a small orchard. The grounds extend to about one acre.

The agents are Lambert & Foster. Telephone: 01580 471028