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The Tower is an enchanting property and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in the country. It is a Grade I Listed folly and considered to be the tallest of its kind in the world. The property has been the subject of a meticulous restoration and refurbishment programme five years ago and now boasts beautifully presented rooms over the first five floors. The restoration won the prestigious Angel Award for its quality of craftsmanship. Linked by a fully serviced lift and complemented by two turret staircases, the rooms enjoy impressive ceiling heights and fabulous views.

There is further potential on the sixth floor to create further living space, the seventh and eighth floors give access to the parapet-walkway, which affords the finest 360 degree panoramic views in Kent. The Tower is the essence of fairy tale romanticism. The gorgeous honey walls are pierced by classic Gothic windows and ornate details and are something very special indeed. In all about 3,488 sq ft.

Outside The Hadlow Tower has own its private garden and woodland. There are other communal gardens for use by the owner of Hadlow Tower. The communal castle estate grounds appropriately include a croquet lawn and an ornamental boating lake.

Other Features include a media room, castle drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, master bedroom with stunning ensuite bathroom, three further bedrooms, three further bathrooms with two being ensuite. Not to mention the two further upper floors.

You can take a lift to the main living areas and there are also two staircases, To enjoy the unrivalled views you have your very own roof terrace. All in all, about 3.45 acres including half an acre of your private grounds.

The agents are Strutt and Parker. Telephone +44 20 7318 5190

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