The Old Vicarage is thought to date from late 15th Century and is a Grade II Listed half-timbered medieval hall house under a Kent peg tiled roof with predominantly lead light windows which have the benefit of secondary glazing. The gardens are beautiful and the views are breathtaking. The kitchen comprises a comprehensive range of oak units under tiled work surfaces and appliances include Neff double oven, halogen hob and dishwasher.
There is a large conservatory with lovely views over the garden.
The downstairs bathroom comprises of an original Edwardian claw foot bath and there is a more modern bathroom on the first floor.
The Old Vicarage is situated almost opposite Linton Church, in the centre of Linton which is attractively clustered on the hillside of the Greens and Ridge.
Facilities include a good village pub and ancient church. The nearby village of Loose has a highly rated village primary school. Maidstone offers a comprehensive range of educational, recreational and shopping facilities. Both villages also have a very good range of local shopping facilities, Sutton Valence independent school is about 4 miles away.
Maidstone has two railway stations serving London/Victoria in approximately 60 minutes. Marden and Staplehurst stations are both within easy reach and provide services to Canon Street/Charing Cross also in approximately 60 minutes.
Junction 5 of the M20 is easily accessible with communications to the other motorway networks, Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted and City Airports, the Channel Tunnel and both Ebbsfleet and Ashford International stations. Ebbsfleet High Speed Rail Link provides services to St Pancras in 17 minutes.
The property is approached from the road via a tarmac drive, leading to a turning and parking area in front of the detached garage and separated from the road by a small ragstone wall.
These are a truly delightful feature of the property and enjoy beautiful panoramic views to the north, west and south, overlooking orchards. The gardens have been carefully designed to provide three separate level areas of lawn with a wide variety of mature shrubs, trees and herbaceous beds.
Adjacent to the back of the house is a most attractive terrace with a wisteria covered trellises.
Views from the garden include Collier Street church, Marden church, the Oasts at Beltring and Hadlow Tower.