Crown House is a characterful five-bedroom detached house set on three acres of land in the beautiful village of Knockholt.
This former public house was converted in 2008 and is now a 3200 sq. ft. family home. The vast ground floor living comprises three large receptions: a living room, a 32ft. reception with a dining area and a formal dining room leading off the kitchen/breakfast room. There is an office which leads to a cellar. You also have a downstairs WC, boot room and plenty of storage cupboards. There is an old tearoom at the rear of the property, which could be reinstated to make a further magnificent living area. The house is set on a 3.07-acre plot, and the current owner uses a part of the land as a garden which is well-established and ideal for entertaining. Upstairs there are two bathrooms, a separate WC, a storage cupboard and five bedrooms; four doubles and one single.
Most of the grounds are currently agricultural and would make an ideal equestrian property. Alternatively, if someone wants to explore a development opportunity on the land, they will need to approach the local council.
Coolings Lifestyle is just down the road, a wonderful place for the family to visit, it has a nature trail, garden centre and café. You can drive to Orpington station, and from there you have excellent links into London including a 15-minute fast train to London Bridge. There are a couple of well-thought-of pubs nearby: the Harrow Inn and The Three Horseshoes, both popular with the locals and serving some great food. There are plenty of walks nearby including the North Downs Way, where you will find 'Chevening through the keyhole', a narrow avenue through the trees overlooking the picturesque Chevening Estate. A few minutes away is St Katharine's Church of England Primary school. You are a short drive from the neighbouring areas of Westerham and Sevenoaks. Westerham is a scenic village nearby with an excellent selection of cafes and restaurants. Sevenoaks High Street has an excellent mix of big brand and boutique shops, as well as some popular places to eat and drink. EPC grade E / Council tax band G.
Please note there is a public footpath running through the plot.
Council tax band: G