Master Bedroom Suite with dressing area and en-suite bathroom
4 further bedrooms (one en-suite)
Heated outdoor swimming pool
Substantial detached barn which may be suitable for conversion to further accommodation
A floodlit manege and stabling
A wonderful Grade II Listed detached Hall House.
Four Reception Rooms • Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Downstairs Cloakroom • Conservatory • Utility room • Master Bedroom Suite with dressing area and en-suite bathroom • Four further Bedrooms (one en-suite) • Study Area • Shower Room • Separate WC • Substantial detached barn which may be suitable for conversion to further accommodation, subject to the usual planning permissions. There is a heated outdoor swimming pool, a tennis court, a floodlit manege and stabling.
Originally built in the 15th Century and named after Thomas Pope who lived there, Popes Hall is a beautiful Grade II Listed family home. It has been lived in by the current owner for 59 years and has not been on the open market since 1935. The property has many period features including inglenook fireplaces, exposed timber framing, a dragon beam and elegant panelled doors.
Grounds and Gardens
Popes Hall is approached over the driveway with a 5 bar electric entrance gates. The driveway gives a large area of parking and leads to various outbuildings including a detached two storey barn which may be suitable for conversion subject to planning permission, a tennis court, heated swimming pool, stables, a floodlit manege and a large greenhouse. Directly behind the house is a spacious terrace and a delightful enclosed courtyard. The gardens are beautifully maintained and landscaped with sweeping lawned areas and ponds with a wide selection of flowering shrubs and specimen trees leading out to a number of paddocks. In all, about 6 acres (2.43 hectares).
Surrounding Area & Local - Amenities
Hartlip is conveniently located on the edge of the North Downs with excellent access to the M2, A2 and M20. The village has a public house, primary school (rated outstanding by OFSTED in 2017), parish church and many other period properties. Rainham railway station is about 2.5 miles away with trains to London taking as little as 50 minutes, Central London is approximately 42 miles away, Rochester about 8 miles, Maidstone about 10 miles, Canterbury about 23 miles and the Channel Tunnel about 36 miles distant.