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You will be enticed by this imposing and beautiful period residence that sits in the centre of amazing grounds of some 1.6 acres. Originally dating from the 16th Century the house was rebuilt in 1805 and extended and remodelled in 1947 and now provides a stylish spacious home with neutral decor, light filled rooms and an interior space that flows and functions as a superb family home. There is a large gravelled driveway with turning circle and ample parking for a dozen or so cars. The mature well stocked enchanting gardens surround the house enhancing it with colour and an array of heady scents. There is a detached double garage with a large office above.

Screened by an evergreen hedge is the heated Swimming Pool and Summer House/Pool Room. There is a newly installed state of the art Security Lighting system.

A gated Entrance leads through to the gravelled drive with a central turning circle. The beautiful gardens surround the house and have been meticulously planted to create truly magical spaces of abundancy, vibrancy and heady aromas. There are many different seating areas and a huge dining deck. Screened behind an evergreen hedge is the full size heated pool with a deep decked bathing area around it. Adjacent is the Summer House/Pool Room, decorated in seaside blue.
A large double garage has two sets of doors while to the rear of the garage is a useful garden store.

Plumford Farmhouse is close to the Village of Ospringe and within a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, yet is just two miles from the M2 and a couple of miles from the charming market town of Faversham with HSR service to London St Pancras in 68 mins. Canterbury is 10 miles away with its excellent choice of schools in both the public and private sectors.

The agents are Kershaws. Telephone: 020 8012 0243

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