A Victorian house from 1870’s house unique heritage.
Designed by JM Brydon and later lived in by the Gladstone family, with Winston Churchill a frequent visitor.
This house retains many original features such as wood panelling and stained glass windows. There is an eclectic mix of architectural styles; Arts & Crafts, Gothic revivalist and a classic English vernacular.
South facing rooms awash with natural light, hardwood floors and high ceilings.
Modern kitchen with marble worktops and brass details.
Separate barn with studio and space for crew to change / make up/ toilet facilities / hanging racks and steamer. Trestle tables for catering, room for 50 cars to park .
By train, 58mins from London Victoria to Edenbridge.
By car, 6 miles from M25.