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The Street, Acol, CT7 0JA  |  £1,395,000

Key Points

  • Grade II Listed Regency Manor House
  • Five Double Bedrooms & Three Bathrooms
  • Carriage Driveway With 2 Sets Of Electric Gates
  • Many Period Features
  • Beautifully & Sympathetically Restored
  • Enclosed 1 Acre Plot With Gardens Encompassing
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Detached Double Garage & Outbuildings
  • Cellar With 2 Large Rooms (1 With Natural Light)
  • Just 9 Minutes Drive From Golden Sandy Beaches

Property Information

The Manor is an incredibly unique find. This Grade II Listed Regency property which covers 3766 sq ft (349.8 sq m) sits central within a secure 1 acre plot and was built in 1832.
When the current owners first visited The Manor, they instantly felt they belonged and it is easy to see why – this impressive home welcomes you, appearing through the trees as you travel along the sweeping driveway via electric gates.
Despite being built in the Regency period, the architecture is undeniably Georgian. The yellow brick elevations aren’t a common feature of the area and give the property a stylised, bespoke finish. The white marble doorsteps of Italian origin lead to the portico which features the original cast iron filigree gates and front door – this home really does offer an opulent segment of history.

There are four grand reception rooms. The ‘Drawing Room’ is one of the most lived-in rooms in the house. With the Fitzwilliam Fireplace and lovely views over the grounds, enjoying a cup of coffee in this elegant room is a great start to any day. This space encapsulates a certain era, and in fact this property as a whole offers respite from the rush of modern life, introducing more appreciative pace. The 'Parlour' is a calming room with a reclaimed Georgian fireplace and box bay window seat, again enjoying a pleasant outlook of the south gardens. The formal Dining Room is the perfect place for dinner parties whilst the study/garden room is currently being used as a gym.
A kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, boot room and a stunning bathroom conclude the generous ground floor.
An attractive balustrade staircase with luxurious Axminster carpet rises to the first floor which presents five double bedrooms, all with wonderful views of the gardens. The 'Master Bedroom' has a 'Jack & Jill' en-suite with a rolltop, clawfoot bath and view of the water fountain, whilst the 'Guest Suite' is on it owns floor, accessed from the half landing with a shower room and separate WC.
The cellar offers versatility and amazing potential with three rooms, two of which are large in size and currently used as a workshop and a snug. This room would make a great cinema room as the ceiling has already been sound proofed.

A focal point of The Manor is the bespoke cast iron ornamental fountain positioned at the front of the property, suiting its age and grandeur. The centrepiece, which features two cherubs, was imported from Italy. With four characterful, landscaped gardens there is ample opportunity to enjoy the outside space. You can enjoy decadent afternoon teas by the fountain, read a book in the north garden enjoying the smell of roses and the bubbling water, or play with the children as they run wild in the rear garden. For the barbeques, summer evenings entertaining or relaxing in the hot tub, move up to the porcelain paved terraces in the south garden.
There are a plethora of outbuildings that include a larger than usual double garage with great potential for a first floor room (subject to usual consents being obtained). ‘Ye Old Workshop’ is a large outbuilding lined with solid oak and is thought to be the Tabernacle for the farmers in the surrounding area in 1832. In addition, there is an original dairy, mower shed, large log shelter building and a teenager den which run alongside the rear of the kitchen and workshop.

The Manor has recently undergone extensive, yet sympathetic restoration resulting in a truly remarkable home. Professional decorators were contracted with the use of Farrow & Ball specialist Casien Distemper Paints, that have a breathable permeable structure suited to period homes. The Georgian bar windows were meticulously restored and the installation of column radiators throughout continue the theme.
The garden grounds have also benefitted from significant investment which now compliment the opulence of The Manor. When landscaping the gardens, the owners were mindful of creating a secure and ambient landscape as well as preserving the condition of the healthy the ancient trees, including a Yew Tree in the driveway dating back over 250 years. The trees line the perimeter providing the ultimate seclusion.

All in all, a truly unique opportunity is on offer. Call the exclusive sole agents, Kent Estate Agencies to arrange your viewing appointment.

Being a mere 9 minutes from the sandy beaches at Minnis Bay, the location has given the current owner a great deal of pleasure. Tucked behind the automatic gates, The Manor enjoys a secluded semi-rural location within a conservation area of Thanet which has a vibrant present and a rich past – a perfect setting for a wonderful home.
Acol is a pretty hamlet location just outside of Birchington which is officially recognised as Britain's largest village and is host a variety of independent shops, mainstream outlets, cafes and restaurants.
Acol is just 10 minutes from the a la mode town of Margate and the Turner Contemporary Gallery. Margate is currently enjoying a resurgence and offers a fantastic food and drink scene with a variety of award winning restaurants, cafes and bars as well as the miles of sandy beaches that join the neighbouring quaint town of Broadstairs.
The property has excellent access to a main dual carriageway for the A2/M2 direct to London with Birchington mainline train station being approximately 1.6 mile away providing direct links to London.


Non-Approved Property Details


Entrance Hall

Painted front entrance door. Radiator. Power points. Balustrade staircase leading to first floor. Parquet flooring.


Drawing Room 17' x 13' 10 (5.19m x 4.22m )

Grand 'Fitzwilliam' marble fireplace with open hearth. Windows to front and side overlooking garden grounds. Two radiators. TV point. Power points.


Dining Room 17' 0 x 13' 9 (5.19m x 4.2m )

Feature fireplace with open hearth. Windows to front and side overlooking garden grounds. Two radiators. Power points.


Downstairs Bathroom 11' 10 x 6' 10 (3.61m x 2.09m )

Suite in white comprising panelled bath with shower unit over bath and screen to side, wash hand basin set into vanity unit and close coupled WC. Radiator. Chrome heated towel rail.


The Parlour 15' 10 x 11' 8 (4.83m x 3.56m )

Feature reclaimed Georgian fireplace with open hearth. Box bay window with window seat to side overlooking the garden grounds. Additional window to rear. Radiator. Power points. Original panelled walls. Built-in cabinets.


Study/Gym 20' 4 x 6' 7 Narrowing to 6'0 (6.2m x 2.01m )

Windows to front, side and rear overlooking garden grounds. Radiator. Built-in double cupboard. Doors to garden grounds.


Boot Room 12' 8 x 5' 10 (3.87m x 1.78m )

Two doors to side providing access to garden grounds. Radiator.


Kitchen/Breakfast Room 14' 3 x 13' 10 (4.35m x 4.22m )

The kitchen is planned with a matching range of wall and base units arranged on four walls. Inset 1 ½ bowl sink unit. Work surfaces. AGA cooker. Integrated dishwasher. Windows to side overlooking garden grounds. Power points. LED downlighters.


Utility Room 12' 7 x 5' 1 (3.84m x 1.55m )

Range of matching wall and base units. Inset ceramic butler sink unit. Work surfaces. Power points. Windows to rear overlooking garden grounds. Plumbing for washing machine.


Half Landing

Stained glass window to rear.


Guest Suite 14' 3 x 12' 9 (4.35m x 3.89m )

Windows to side overlooking garden grounds. Built-in wardrobe cupboards. Radiator. Power points.


Guest WC 5' 4 x 4' 10 (1.63m x 1.48m )

Suite in white comprising wash hand basin set into vanity unit and close coupled WC. partially tiled walls. Radiator. Window to side. LED downlighters. Tiled flooring.


Shower Room 5' 8 x 4' 5 (1.73m x 1.35m )

Fully tiled double shower cubicle. Chrome heated towel rail. Frosted window to side. LED downlighters. Tiled flooring.


Main Landing

Radiator. Power points.


Master Bedroom 15' 9 x 13' 9 (4.81m x 4.2m )

Windows to front and side overlooking garden grounds. Feature fireplace. Built-in cupboards. Power points. Door to en-suite.


'Jack & Jill' Bathroom 10' 6 x 6' 0 (3.21m x 1.83m )

Suite in white comprising claw foot bath with mixer tap and hand held shower attachment, separate double shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC.


Bedroom Two 15' 9 x 11' 9 (4.81m x 3.59m )

Windows to front and side overlooking garden grounds. Built-in cupboards. Two radiators. Power points. Feature fireplace.


Bedroom Three 13' 9 x 11' 7 (4.2m x 3.54m )

Window to rear overlooking garden grounds. Built-in cupboards. Radiator. Power points. Airing cupboard.


Bedroom Four 3' 2 x 11' 9 (0.97m x 3.59m )

Windows to side and rear overlooking garden grounds. Radiator. Power points.


Double Garage 20' 8 x 18' 2 (6.3m x 5.54m )

Detached double garage.


Cellar Snug/Media Room 15' 7 x 13' 1 (4.75m x 3.99m )

Window to side. Built-in cupboard. Power points.


Ye Old Workshop 18' 3 x 13' 1 (5.57m x 3.99m )

‘Ye Old Workshop’ is a large outbuilding lined with solid oak and is thought to be the Tabernacle for the farmers in the surrounding area in 1832. Power and light. Windows to front and rear,


The Old Dairy 10' 1 x 5' 9 (3.08m x 1.76m )


Wood Store 10' 8 x 6' 8 (3.26m x 2.04m )


Cellar Workshop 18' 3 x 17' 6 (5.57m x 5.34m )

Power and light. Original Georgian slab floor.


Main Services

The following mains services are connected to the property electricity, water, gas, drainage and a telephone line. All services will be subject to the appropriate companies transfer conditions.



Central heating is provided by a gas fired boiler situated in the boiler room outside and hot water radiators as indicated in these particulars.



The windows are generally of refurbished timber Georgian bar windows.



The property is to be sold Freehold with vacant possession.


Council Tax

We are advised by the Valuation Office that the property is currently within Council Tax Band G. The amount payable under tax band G for the year 2024/2025 is £3,842.60.



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Agent Notes

Kent Estate Agencies gives notice for themselves and for the sellers of the property, whose agents they are that any floor plans, plans or mapping and measurements are approximate quoted in metric with imperial equivalents. All are for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The measurements are provided in accordance with the R.I.C.S. Code of Measuring Practice 6th edition.<br />We have not carried out a structural survey and the services, appliances and specific fittings have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. Prospective purchasers or lessees should seek their own professional advice. Kent Estate Agencies retain the copyright in all advertising material used to market this property.<br />No person in the employment of Kent Estate Agencies has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property. Purchase prices, rents or other prices quoted are correct at the date of publication and, unless otherwise stated, exclusive of VAT.<br />For a free valuation of your property contact the number on this brochure.

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