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This is a unique attached barn conversion, currently divided into two properties to accommodate ‘dual family living’ within a delightful courtyard setting in a pleasant rural hamlet. Within formal walled gardens with adjacent two acre paddock and complementing stable yard of five loose boxes, the property is set down a private shared driveway and enjoys the benefits of countryside surroundings without being isolated. It is within half a mile of the local village hamlet of Stockbury.

Originally built as a cattle barn, this brick and flint barn conversion, with ship lap elevations was restored and renovated by the present owners in 1997 into the delightful conversion it is today, retaining many of the barn’s original features including vaulted beamed ceilings creating an air of spaciousness throughout.

The versatile single storey accommodation is L shaped in layout. For those keen on ‘The Outdoor Life’ this property will be of great appeal as the surrounding North Downs countryside offers delightful riding, walking and cycling as well as sailing and water sports available on the River Medway estuary and Chatham Marina within driving easy distance.

Originally built as one single storey dwelling, the property has since been re-configured to incorporate an integral annexe using the existing original rooms. 
The stable block has six loose boxes and there are other facilities on site. Good off- road hacking is available on local bridleways near to the property. There are also a range of equestrian centres located in the vicinity including Callum Park, near Sittingbourne.

The agents are Equus Country and Equestrian Property.
Telephone 01892 323040

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