- Entrance Hall / Living Room with Woodburning Stove / Snug
- Kitchen with Aga
- Master Bedroom with En-Suite
- Four further Double Bedrooms / Study / Dressing Room
- Large Garden, Paved Terrace, Summer House
- 2195 sq.ft Detached Barn with lapsed planning to convert into ancillary accommodation
- Swimming pool (in need of repair)
- American Barn - 8 stables, 5 timber stables, wash down bay, solarium
- 60m x 30m Sandschool, 5 bay Claydon Horsewalker, planning permission for a further 11 stables
- In all, c. 4.2 acres of grazing
A beautifully presented 5 bedroom Oast House together with a 2,195 sq.ft detached barn with lapsed planning permission to convert and fabulous equestrian facilities. In all, the land extends to c. 4.2 acres.
A spacious entrance hall leads to 3 reception rooms; a snug, a dining room and the triple aspect living room. Both the snug and the dining room have doors out to the garden and are lovely and bright rooms. The living room also has doors out to the rear, a beautiful open fireplace with a woodburning stove and an abundance of character features. The kitchen / breakfast room has a lovely country feel with a range of cupboards, granite worktops and an Alpha range cooker. There is also a stable door out to the garden.
Upstairs the master bedroom is set into one roundel with fabulous far reaching views over the neighbouring countryside and also benefits from an en-suite shower room. Within the second roundel is another double bedroom with stairs up to a dressing room / office area. There are three further double bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room and there is also a separate large family bathroom.
Outside, there is a detached barn which extends to 2,195 sq. ft which has lapsed planning permission to convert into ancillary accommodation (14/504964/FULL). It is thought this could be re-instated to create a property which offers fabulous dual living. There is already water and electricity connected.
The garden is secluded, of a good size and mainly laid to lawn with a patio area and a summer house. Outside of the garden boundary there is a swimming pool which is in need of repair.
Accessed via a set of gates, the equestrian facilities are vast and well thought out. A beautifully designed American barn has 8 stables, all with rubber matting and automatic drinkers, a wash down bay / solarium, tack room and kitchenette. There are a further 5 timber stables, a newly erected hay / feed store, a 60m x 30m sandschool, a Claydon covered horsewalker and in all, c. 4.2 acres divided up into a number of well fenced paddocks. Planning permission has recently been granted for a further 11 stables (19/02279/FULL). There is also ample room for parking of horseboxes and trailers.
Kippings Cross Oast is situated in a convenient and highly accessible location with access onto the A21 and easy access to Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge and Paddock Wood. Matfield, situated approximately 2.5 miles away, is a pretty village with a village shop, pub, village hall and village green. There is a train station at Tunbridge Wells which offers a comprehensive commuter service to London in an hour. There are a range of well-regarded schools in the area including Brenchley Primary School, Tunbridge Wells Grammar School and Kent College.