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Positioned along a quiet country lane set within the conservation area of Cobham Village. A rare opportunity has arisen to secure one of the last landmark properties requiring renovation. Occupying a plot approaching one acre, the grounds require attention but are well stocked with an excellent array of specimen trees and plants. The house belies its 19th century fa�ade and dates from much earlier times and offers a host of character features. Arranged over four floors including practical cellarage there are two spacious reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room and scullery. To the first floor are four well-proportioned bedrooms and family bathroom, and two further bedrooms to the second floor. The long driveway to the side offers ample parking and leads to the far end of the property where you will find a double storey brick former stable block and a garage which, subject to necessary planning consent, would offer excellent annexe accommodation or workshop/studio.

Six bedroom detached house.Two reception rooms.Character features.Set in plot approaching one acre.Victorian stable block.End of chain sale.EPC Rating G Cobham is a rural village which is steeped in history with links to Dickens who gave readings in The Leather Bottle public house, which was also depicted in The Pickwick Papers. Ivo Bligh, Earl of Darnley and the first English cricket captain to be presented with The Ashes in 1882, lived at Cobham Hall (now an independent girls' school). In total there are three public houses, a church, Cobham golf course, a primary school, a village hall and a community store. Within easy access are the City of Rochester, Gravesend, Bluewater Shopping Cent... Read more

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