A beautiful Grade II Listed period property with history dating back to the time of Henry VIII. Reception hall | Drawing room | Sitting room | Family room | Dining room | Study | Kitchen/breakfast room | Utility room | Two Cloakrooms | Cellar | Master bedroom suite with dressing room and en-suite bathroom | Five Further bedrooms (one with an en-suite shower room) | Two Bathrooms | Four Bay wagon barn garage with store room over | Worskhop | Stables | Paddocks | Gardens Granary annexe: Sitting room | Kitchen/breakfast room | Three Bedrooms (all en-suite) | Parking | Garden About six acres Set in six acres of gardens and paddocks, Goldwell Manor Farm was once the home of Thomas Cobb, the steward to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s estates in Aldington. Cobb’s servant, Elizabeth Barton, gained notoriety as ”the Holy Maid of Kent”, whose views against Henry VIII’s divorce from Catherine of Aragon led to her execution. Entering the tree lined drive through electric entrance gates, the property combines the charm of the 16th century with modern living requirements. The welcoming and generous reception hall is beamed and has an inglenook fireplace with wood-burning stove. To one side is a light and airy sitting room, which leads through to the well fitted study. An inner hallway to the rear gives access to a good-sized bright dining room and comfortable family room. A useful cloakroom is situated off the reception hall. The kitchen/breakfast room is a bespoke Mark Wilkinson design with a range of integrated Miele appliances, and there is ample space for a large table and chairs. A multitude of exposed timbers provides a warm feeling to the room. French windows open out to the garden and there is a connecting door to steps leading to a second cloakroom and a useful utility room. On the same floor is the extensive drawing room with oak flooring. The room is fitted with a lovely wood burner, and has French windows and bi-fold doors opening on to the terrace. The original wooden staircase rises to the first floor where there is a master bedroom suite with a dressing room with fitted furniture and an en-suite bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room and a family bathroom. A further staircase leads to three attic bedrooms, all of which share a further bathroom. In addition to Goldwell Manor Farm, there is a separate converted granary comprising a sitting room with wood-burning stove, a kitchen/breakfast room and three en-suite bedrooms. The cottage has its own separate entrance for cars, parking, a terrace and garden. There is also a four bay wagon barn garage with staircase and room above. Beyond the gardens are fenced paddocks, a stable block and four loose boxes.