Set in a delightful yet convenient semi-rural position, this impressive and imposing Grade II listed home offers highly versatile accommodation including elegant and well-proportioned reception rooms. Stone Hall dates from the late 17th century but appears to have much earlier origins to the rear of the house. Testament to this is the wonderful display of period features throughout the house. The accommodation, which is principally arranged over two floors comprises: Drawing room, library, dining room, study, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room, garden room / secondary sitting room and utility room on the ground floor. The cellar is divided into two parts, one that is used as wine storage. The first floor accommodation has four double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate cloakroom. The second floor has a further bedroom and a games room,
Stone Hall is set in about 2.297 acres (0.93 hectares) of gardens and grounds which slope up away from the house. The property is approached through electric gates with a gravelled parking and turning area for a number of cars. Adjacent to this is a double garage of timber construction with sliding and folding doors. There is a further timber shed divided into two parts with a log store and an attached greenhouse.
The garden to the southeast of Stone Hall is partly walled and laid to lawn with a number of specimen trees. A gate leads through to a further area of garden to the front of the house with mature trees and shrubs. A paved terraced area with a banked flower bed lies to the northwest of the Garden Room. Steps lead to an upper area of garden with paths leading to the balance of garden containing a hard tennis court, wooden summer house and a small vegetable patch.
Great Mongeham is a picturesque village which has been established around the 14th century church. There are two public houses and a good primary school. The charming and bustling seaside town of Deal is approximately two miles distant and offers an eclectic array of shops and eateries together with a range of supermarkets, banks, post office, chemist doctor and dentist surgeries. A high speed rail link to St. Pancras is offered from Deal train station. Further primary schools can be found at Sholden and Northbourne. There is good access to the busy Coastal Port of Dover, approximately 7 miles away, and the Ancient Cinque Port Town of Sandwich is approximately 5 miles distant. For all golf enthusiasts, the Princes Golf Club and Royal St Georges Golf Club are close by at Sandwich Bay where the 2020 149th Open will be played.