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Lydd, Romney Marsh, Kent
Three bedroom barn conversion with double garage and workshop in the town of Lydd in Kent

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Recently refurbished three bedroom barn conversion with potential for two further bedrooms, double garage, workshop and good size garden in Lydd, Romney Marsh, Kent
Price reduced to £350,000
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The ‘Black Barn’ is a recently refurbished barn in a traditional style and offers spacious yet flexible accommodation.

It currently has a kitchen, dining room, large lounge, large galleried hallway, cloakroom, three bedrooms, large bathroom with roll top bath and walk in shower. The barn has a third floor currently used for storage and housing a full size snooker table, but with building consent could provide two further bedrooms and a bathroom.

Room sizes in metres:

Kitchen: 2.44 x 5.68
Dining room: 4.08 x 3.4
Lounge: 4.9 x 7.00
Hall: 4.1 x 3.7
Cloakroom: 2.4 x 1.6
Master bedroom: 3.57 x 5
Bedroom 2: 2.7 x 5.6 with walk in wardrobe: 1.2 x 2.7
Bedroom: 3 2.7 x 5.6
Bathroom 3. 2.5 x 2.6
Attic: - 4.6 x 12

The barn has been converted to a high specification and includes a 4 oven Aga in the kitchen, oak floors through out downstairs, exposed beams and feature fireplace.

The garden is of a good size and laid to lawn with established trees and flowerbeds. There is parking for several cars and a double garage and large workshop.

This barn is a real gem and would suit a large family in a beautiful part of the country.

Lydd is a town of antiquity going back to at least Saxon times, as a visit to the Parish Church will confirm. The earliest existing record is a Saxon Charter of the eighth century referring to a grant of rights and land at Hylde from which the present name is derived.

In its earliest days, Lydd was in fact an island famous for its smugglers. Later, over 100 years ago, a military camp was established and it was on the artillery ranges that explosive Lyddite was first tested and acquired its name.








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