A VICTORIAN nation home with its personal working bell tower has gone in the marketplace for £900,000.
Consumers will have the ability to ring the brass bell by pulling on a rope each time they should get the eye of members of the family – or get up snoozing youngsters.
Iden Court docket in Tonbridge, Kent, was constructed round 1860 and boasts an array of authentic options together with picket beams and authentic fireplaces.
The 4 bed room residence was previously owned by the eminent Hoare banking household and latterly by the Convent of the Good Shepherd.
It was transformed to a college within the 1960’s earlier than being became a residential dwelling in 1968.
An immaculate bell tower is positioned in a marble-floored extension the place the rope is discovered.
Potential consumers may use this to their benefit to spherical up the youngsters for dinner or just relish asserting the time.
The impeccable property additionally provides three sitting rooms together with one with a full sized snooker desk.
The house is ready in roughly 0.7 acres of land
Property agent Tyron Ash listed the property in the marketplace this week for provides over £900,000.
They mentioned: “An impeccable Victorian property within the wanted village location.
“This beautiful interval residence dates again to circa 1860 and consists of 3/4 bedrooms, a big major household lavatory and a shiny kitchen together with a mains gasoline fitted Aga oven.
“[It is] set inside fantastically matured landscaped grounds, with approx. 0.7 of an acre.
“An Annex which has been partially transformed with planning permission to transform/ prolong.
“Two Spectacular dwelling/reception areas boasting authentic options similar to picket beams and a authentic hearth.
“Additionally together with a conventional interval fashion workplace with picket panelling and distinctive secret options.”
The common value for a house in Tonbridge is £458,146, in keeping with property web site Rightmove.