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Langton House • £4,750,000 • Langton Green

Langton House is regarded as the finest property in the immediate conservation and wider area. It is an architectural rarity in that it is of the Regency period with a colonial design. Beautiful mature gardens and pasture guard its privacy in a setting designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which acts as a gateway to the Kent and Sussex countryside beyond.

Langton House is approached up a tree lined drive that crosses the green leading to a wide gravelled turning and parking area. The house is constructed of brick, washed white with blue shutters under a slate roof with a colonial style veranda. Many original period features remain across over 8,000 sq ft of living accommodation over three floors. A self-contained annexe gives versatility to living arrangements. A detached coach house currently used as garaging could provide further ancillary accommodation.

The formal gardens are adorned with magnificent mature trees and include rolling lawns, a large cricket ground which has been maintained by a professional groundsman, cricket pavilion, stable block and tennis court as well as a stunning bluebell wood and gardens and grounds, in all about 13.86 acres
Langton Green is an eminently popular village, situated just two miles to the west of Tunbridge Wells. The property is ideally positioned on the edge of the village, tucked away behind the green which forms part of the property, affording it a high degree of privacy and forming the boundary between the village and countryside
beyond.

This substantial Grade II listed Regency house in a quintessentially English setting and is of particular interest to any cricket, tennis or equestrian enthusiasts.

The agents are Strutt & Parker. Telephone: 020 8012 2809

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