If you are looking for a period property boasting sash windows, Kent could be the right county for you. Described as the Garden of England the beauty of the Kent countryside is matched by the beauty of its heritage properties, with everything from quaint cottages to imposing Victorian family homes on offer.
Here are just three properties that could inspire you to lay down roots in the county.
4-bed home, Boughton-Under-Blean
This charming family home dates all the way back to the 16th Century and is located in the charming village of Boughton-Under-Blean. Among the property’s original features include tall sash windows, exposed beams and timbers and a grand inglenook fireplace. Buyers can also make the most of the summer by entering the property’s pretty garden through a small rear lobby with stable doors in the kitchen.
6-bed Grade II listed detached house, Ramsgate
Boasting 5 or 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 4 reception rooms a farmhouse style kitchen and of course sash windows, buyers will find it hard to say no to this stunning detached home.
The range of surviving period features includes a magnificent inglenook fireplace in the entrance hall, original bead oven and exposed timbers. The property also includes a number of modern improvements that bring it right into the 21st Century including a summer house with hot tub and sauna!
10-bed detached house, Dover
Currently being used as a guest house this beautiful period property set in the heart of Dover boasts large sash windows, allowing lots of natural light to flood through it. With a spacious living room complete with brick built fireplace, plenty of rooms for friends and family to stay and a rear garden you’ll find it hard to believe that such an expansive property comes with such as modest price tag.