E DEN Hall is believed to be one of the earliest surviving domestic buildings in Thanet.
This important and beautiful Grade II listed period family home in Minster could date back to the early 14th century, with a later Georgian frontage and is an historic family home of real architectural interest and has an "Historic building of Kent'" plaque on the wall.
It has been carefully restored by the owners, retaining may surviving period features including a magnificent inglenook fireplace in the entrance hall, an original bead beehive vaulted oven and exposed beams throughout many of the rooms.
As well as significant structural repairs, other recent improvements include new oak internal doors in the majority of rooms and a ground floor shower room.
This beautiful family home offers comfortable accommodation comprising five to six bedrooms – two with en suite facilities – plus a family bathroom, four reception rooms including the 18 foot entrance hall and a nearly 21ft farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room and separate utility room.
At the side and rear of the house there are well tended private gardens, laid to lawn with a wooded area, paved south facing terrace, large summer house with an eight seater hot tub and sauna as well as a pottery room with kiln.
The property is approached via a gravel drive providing ample off street parking and giving access to a double garage.
It is situated in a unique position surrounded by mature gardens on all sides, yet is just minutes from the centre of Minster with its excellent selection of shops, pubs and restaurants as well as other amenities.
If you fancy finding out more about the opportunity of living in a piece of local history, contact the agents Colebrook Sturrock on 01843 655027. It is on the market at £699,950.