Bedroom Detached House
- A Magnificent Newly Constructed Barn-Style Residence
- Over 4500 Sq. ft Of Luxuriously Appointed Accommodation
- Finished To An Exceptionally High Standard
- Main Suite With Dressing Room, En-Suite & Balcony
- Stunning Vaulted Atrium + Two Reception Rooms
- Vast Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Family Room
- Within 0.69 Acres Of Beautiful & Well Established Gardens
- Lovely Rural Setting With Spectacular Views Over Farmland
- Within Easy Reach Of Mainline Train Station
- EPC RATING: D
A magnificent brand new barn-style residence, set within 0.69 acres of park-like grounds surrounded by rolling farmland and countryside, yet within easy reach of the bustling cathedral city of Canterbury. St Quentin has been carefully constructed to an exceptional standard and sympathetically designed to create a masterpiece of light and space, with over 4500 sq. ft of highly adaptable accommodation.
Features of note include: bespoke hardwood idigbo windows with hand forged ironmongery, oak doors, brushed stainless steel screwless switches and sockets, a high specification kitchen with oak and quartz worktops, luxury bathrooms and underfloor heating to the ground floor.
The property is entered via a large entrance hall, with stairs to the first floor. From here, a sliding barn-style door opens into a spectacular vaulted atrium with a wall of glazing, overlooked by a mezzanine galleried landing on the first floor.
The principal reception room is a lovely dual aspect sitting room, in addition to a study with an exposed brick feature wall and an office. To the front of the house, there is a stunning open plan kitchen/dining/family room, with an exposed brick feature wall, a triple aspect and French doors which open directly onto a large patio area. The kitchen has been fitted with an excellent range of traditionally styled wall and floor units, set around a mix of oak and quartz work surfaces, a twin Belfast sink and a range of appliances.
Completing the extensive ground floor accommodation is a utility room, a cloakroom/WC and a large double bedroom with a contemporary en-suite bathroom.
On the first floor, a vast galleried landing leads to four generously proportioned bedrooms (two of which have en-suites) and a well-appointed family bathroom. The main bedroom is a simply magnificent room, with a vaulted ceiling, a dressing room and an en-suite bathroom with a stylish suite including a free-standing bath. French doors set within an entire wall of glazing open onto a large balcony which affords spectacular views over open farmland and fields.
St Quentin is set within 0.69 acres of glorious park-like grounds, entered via a set of electronic double gates with an intercom system. These open onto a large, gravelled driveway which provides ample parking for numerous cars and leads to a detached triple garage. This has two open port cart bays, one enclosed bay and an external staircase which leads to a 28 ft room above the garage, ideal for use as an office or games room.
The grounds are mainly laid to lawn, with a variety of both newly planted and well-established flowers, shrubs and trees. There are two Indian sandstone patio areas, ideal for outdoor entertaining and a variety of outbuildings, including two storage sheds and a greenhouse. The garden backs directly onto open farmland and enjoys an exceptional degree of privacy.
AGENT'S NOTE: The property is served by private drainage and LPG fired central heating, by way of underfloor heating to the ground floor and radiators to the first floor.
St Quentin is situated on a quiet country lane, in the popular village of Bekesbourne and just four miles south east of Canterbury.
The village is surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, including Howletts Wildlife Park, and is ideal for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits. The village is served by a train station with a regular service from Dover to London Victoria (via Canterbury East), and a school bus runs from Aerodrome Road to the primary school in nearby Bridge and the secondary schools in Canterbury.
Chalkpit Farm is within easy reach and offers a superb rural shopping experience, with a variety of businesses including a coffee house, fine food deli and a veterinary surgery. Bekesbourne also enjoys excellent access to the city of Canterbury and good access to London via the nearby A2/M2 motorway network. Also nearby (less than a mile away) is Polo Farm Sports Club, ideal for tennis and polo enthusiasts.
The neighbouring villages of Bridge (approx. 1.5 miles) and Littlebourne (approx. 2 miles) both offer good local services including primary schools, village stores, churches and doctors surgeries.
The nearby city of Canterbury offers a superb range of shopping, leisure and recreational amenities including the White Friars Shopping Centre and a vibrant and bustling High Street with a good mix of high street brands, independent retailers, cafes and restaurants.
Canterbury also offers an excellent choice of educational amenities including state and private schools and three universities. The city is served by two mainline stations with the high speed rail link to London St. Pancras running from Canterbury West station.
We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements, floor plans and site plans are a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Fixtures and fittings shown in any photographs are not necessarily included in the sale and need to be agreed with the seller.