Recent extensive renovation
planning permission granted for the construction of a double garage
Large room sizes
3 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, kitchen, bathroom, en-suite, useful attic room, cloakroom, off street parking for several cars, planning permission for double garage, front and rear gardens, set in a very nice location. Generous size rooms throughout.
Tourney Hall is a Grade ll Listed 18th century house with an impressive facade of grey headers with red brick quoins, window dressings, brick cornice and cemented parapet. The front entrance door is flanked by red brick pilasters rising the whole height of the facade surrounded by nine wonderful box sash windows, eight of which are segmented.
Built in around 1710 during the reign of Queen Anne,Tourney Hall was described as the 'most ambitious private house in Romney Marsh' by Nikolaus Pevsner in The buildings of England - West Kent and The Weald published in 1969
The property is set back from the road and is approached via a private drive.
The House boasts many period features and has recently been the subject of a thorough and considered programme of renovation.
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