16th Century “Shurland Hall” in Eastchurch, Kent, England

Listing Description

"Stunning 16th-century Gatehouse. Five bedrooms, Three bathrooms. Four reception rooms. Nearly 6000 SQ/FT of living accommodation. Manicured grounds of approx. 7 acres. 3756 SQ/FT barn with kitchen, W.C. & bar. Medieval stone remains within grounds. Alcohol licenced premises. Fine and Country are delighted to present this exceedingly rare opportunity to acquire one of the regions, if not the United Kingdoms finest homes in the form of Shurland Hall. Commanding an elevated position this magnificent 16th-century gatehouse retains enormous character and striking evidence of its past, as well as enjoying far-reaching views over its own grounds, neighbouring farmlands, Thames estuary and Swale beyond.

This unique and imposing Grade II* Listed residence exudes an equal measure of historical charm and period elegance. Internally Shurland Hall affords versatile and generous levels of living accommodation of nearly 6000 sq/ft and sits resplendently within its own grounds of approximately seven acres. "

OHDO Notes

Location: Eastchurch, Kent, England. At the time of this post, guide price is £2,500,000 ($3,069,630 USD). For more information on this property contact Fine & Country .

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