Original article from Kent Live
Nestled within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lies a stunning property which is now up for sale.
Etchinghill, worth a staggering £3,350,000 as listed on Savills, stretches across 5,819 square feet and has grounds stretching just under two acres.
The vast property contains seven luxurious bedrooms, three bathrooms and even two wine cellars.
Also situated inside the grounds is a spacious air source salt water swimming pool, which also has a pool house at one side of the facility.
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But it's not only the estate itself, which wouldn't look out of place in the Mediterranean, that impresses.
A glance out of the window would see you greeted by stunning views over vast, open countryside.
The property also has security measures in place, with huge electric wooden gates providing secure, yet stylish, protection for the home.
After making their way through the gates, the lucky new owners will sweep round the gravel drive and can also park their car in a four-bay garage on-site.
Nearby, just over a mile to the south lies the historic village of Goudhurst.
The village has a 13th century church, village store, bakery, newsagents and several pubs.
Four miles to the north is the village Marden, which offers frequent direct trains to London with journeys lasting around an hour.
There is also good news for parents looking to buy their house of dreams as there is also a nearby primary school with an 'Outstanding' Ofsted rating.
Savills said: "Etchinghill is an elegant country house gifted with beautifully proportioned rooms, full of light, and a welcome feel. The heart of this old farm house is believed to date from the 17th century with later 20th and 21st century additions giving part of the property its distinctive Edwardian style.
"Together with a fine detached timber framed barn converted as ancillary accommodation, they nestle amidst beautiful gardens and grounds and enjoy far-reaching views over the adjoining Kentish countryside.
"This impressive family home has been substantially remodelled, extended and refurbished to an exceptional standard with the emphasis on attention to detail and style, retaining the integrity of the 17th century origins whilst incorporating a more contemporary feel, in keeping with today's lifestyle."
They added: "The beautiful gardens and grounds, which extend to just under two acres, are an outstanding feature of the property.
"Expansive lawns with wide herbaceous borders stretch away to the east and south, affording views over the adjoining countryside."
For more details or to view the listing in full press here.