It is believed that Duxbury originally dates back to circa 1580, with later additions which have created a spacious property arranged over three floors, benefitting from period features including leaded light windows, inglenook fireplace and exposed timbers. A good size Entrance Hall (12' x 11') with staircase to the first floor leads to the following, with approximate dimensions :
SITTING ROOM 21' 9" x 19' 11" (6.63m x 6.07m) Split level, with double aspect, built in storage and French doors to rear gardens.
DINING ROOM 20' 2" x 11' 1" (6.15m x 3.38m) Inglenook fireplace (with ornate firebasket) and built in storage to one side. Double doors to adjacent Study.
STUDY/LIBRARY 12' 8" x 10' 3" (3.86m x 3.12m) Double aspect with ample built in storage including open shelving.
FAMILY ROOM 17' 4" x 9' 1 max" (5.28m x 2.77m) Partially divided, with ample built in storage.
CONSERVATORY 12' 3" x 9' 9" (3.73m x 2.97m) Leading off from Reception Hall, with door to garden terrace.
CLOAKROOM W.C., hand basin and ample built in storage.
KITCHEN 12' 3" x 9' 10" (3.73m x 3m) With good range of base/wall cabinets including breakfast bar area, 3 integrated ovens (2 eye level), hob and dishwasher. Pantry off (5' x 4'2) and door to Utility Room.
UTILITY ROOM 9' 8" x 7' 3" (2.95m x 2.21m) With base/wall cabinets, sink and space for appliances and door to garden.
1ST FLOOR Landing with Velux window to rear, ample built in storage and staircase to 2nd floor.
MASTER BEDROOM 18' 110 max" x 11' 5" (8.28m x 3.48m) Enjoying beautiful rural views and ample built in storage. En-suite, with circular jacuzzi bath, separate shower, bidet, hand basin and W.C.
In addition there are three further bedrooms (2 double, 11'3 x 11', 10'3 x 9'10 and 1 single 9'5 x 6'3) and a family bathroom (7'11 x 6'4).
2ND FLOOR Small landing leading to bedroom 5 (double room 13'9 x 10') with views to rear and access to further built in storage.
OUTSIDE The property is set within sprawling, mature gardens of just under one acre surrounding the property, enjoying excellent privacy. Laid predominantly to lawn, the beautiful grounds include detached double garage with workshop area (20'9 max x 24'6 max), further detached workshop (19'5 x 9'9), 2 summerhouses, 2 greenhouses, small brick store, timber shed and driveway for off road parking. There are terraces, a kitchen garden area and many well established trees, beds and borders which include fruit trees, wisteria, clematis, roses and hydrangeas.
SERVICES Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
DIRECTIONS On approaching High Halden village from Tenterden on A28 turn right at the village green into Church Hill and the property is situated on the left, just past the church.