Canterbury Road, Lyminge, CT18 8HX
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The property is well located in the heart of Lyminge, which itself is a bustling and popular village offering a wide range of amenities including newsagents/post office, general stores, tea rooms, Chinese restaurant with two takeaways, public house, two doctors' surgeries, church, pharmacy and excellent primary school. There is also an active community hall, sports field and library. Bus services run through the centre of the village, providing easy access to the south, to the Channel Tunnel town of Folkestone and the Ancient Cinque Port Town of Hythe on the coast, and to the north to the University and Cathedral City of Canterbury. These offer an excellent range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities, including top ranking Grammar and Private Secondary Schools, together with high speed main line train services to London with the travel time to St. Pancras having been reduced to some 60 minutes. A little further afield will be found the expanding business centre of Ashford, from where the capital may be reached in some 37 minutes and, via the International Station and Eurostar connections, there is direct and easy access deep into Europe.
Lyndon Hall comprises an impressive period family home now quite rightly designated Grade II* Listed of particular architectural and historical interest. The house is understood to date back to circa 1668, possibly with earlier mediaeval core, and with late 18th or early 19th century doorcase. Classically formed of mellow brickwork and hanging tile under plain clay tiled roof slopes, the property has retained many original features internally, including superb open fireplaces, exposed beams and old doors. As can be seen from these details, all principle rooms are of generous proportions. From the spacious central reception hall, offset to the right will be found the drawing room, with its inglenook fireplace and, to the left, the dining room again featuring an impressive inglenook fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room is an 'L' shaped room with a rear lobby and inner area off here, together with a cloakroom. Upstairs, at the far end of the long landing, it opens out considerably to incorporate a study area, which could easily be divided off to provide a separate room if required. A small enclosed staircase leads up to the large attic area. Otherwise there are six good size bedrooms, an inner landing area, bathroom and separate wc. Many of the rooms enjoy attractive views over the lovely gardens.
18' 1'' x 16' 5'' (5.51m x 5.00m)
26' 7'' x 15' 7'' (8.10m x 4.75m)
21' 10'' x 18' 8'' (6.65m x 5.69m)
18' 6'' x 15' 11'' (5.63m x 4.85m)
with low level suite.
A very generous landing with doors to all rooms and opening out at one end to incorporate:
15' 11'' x 8' 10'' (4.85m x 2.69m)
20' 6'' x 15' 11'' (6.24m x 4.85m)
14' 11'' x 10' 6'' (4.54m x 3.20m)
14' 3'' x 12' 8'' (4.34m x 3.86m)
13' 1'' x 12' 8'' (3.98m x 3.86m)
12' 4'' x 12' 4'' (3.76m x 3.76m)
10' 2'' x 8' 8'' (3.10m x 2.64m)
with built in storage cupboard and doors to:
9' 2'' x 7' 10'' (2.79m x 2.39m)
with low level wc.
The property sits well within its own lovely mature and secluded grounds, which are laid to extensive lawns, a wide variety of mature trees and shrubbery beds. There is also a pretty brick pillared wisteria clad pergola. The property has a single driveway access to the front of the property, with, to the far side, a further point of entry leading to the Barn. It is felt there is ample space for the provision of a parking area and garaging within the garden, subject of course to obtaining any necessary permissions. Approaching 1 acre total.
to the rear of the main Hall there is a large period barn/garaging with several sections consisting of a Workshop of approx. 13' 1" x 13' 1" (3.99m x 3.99m), Barn of approx. 13' 1" x 11' 10" (3.99m x 3.61m) with large double doors to one end; plus a Store of approx. 14' 3" x 13' 1" (4.34m x 3.99m) including a further enclosed Store Area of approx. 8' 2" x 7' 4" (2.49m x 2.24m) . There is separate gated access to this barn from the road.
All mains services connected. Oil fired central heating with mains gas supply serving additional room heating.
Travelling in a southerly direction on the B2065 Elham Valley Road, head down the short incline on entering the village of Lyminge and passed the turning for Silverlands Road on the right. The property will then easily be found on the left hand side, just opposite the turning to Church Road.
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