42' 8'' x 42' 8'' (13m x 13m)
Accessed by country style barn gates to gravel driveway and garage, Side access.
7' 0'' x 8' 6'' (2.14m x 2.6m)
Gothic style large wooden panel door, original exposed polished floorboards, skirting, store cupboard housing Worcester combi boiler (untested), wall mounted lights.
11' 6'' x 12' 10'' (3.5m x 3.9m)
Exposed original floorboards, two industrial antique-style radiators with TRV valves, original wood burning fireplace, pendant light to ceiling, wall lights, bay window with leaded light inserts and attractive front garden views, curtains with curtain rail, aerial point, multiple plug points throughout room.
24' 3'' x 9' 2'' (7.4m x 2.8m)
Open plan kitchen, underfloor heating to tiled floor, Oak block worktop with integrated breakfast bar, dublin-style white porcelain sink with chrome mixer tap, wall and floor mounted shaker style grey kitchen cabinets, spotlights to ceiling, two velux windows, six-ring commercial grade Range master hob with extractor, integrated appliances, multiple plug points throughout, thermostatically controlled under floor heating throughout, stable-style door to garden with glazed leaded light insert window hosting attractive rear garden views.
Exposed original polished wooden floor boards, one radiator with TRV valve, alcove with wall lights, original wood burning fire place with hearth, wood panelling to walls, pendant light to ceiling, multiple plug points throughout.
10' 6'' x 11' 10'' (3.2m x 3.6m)
Fully carpeted throughout, skirting, multiple plug points, aerial point, built-in original wardrobes, large windows with leaded light inserts boasting beautiful front garden views, one vintage-industrial style radiator with TRV valve.
12' 2'' x 12' 10'' (3.7m x 3.9m)
Fully carpeted throughout, skirting, coving, one radiator with TRV valve, original fireplace with wood burning stove (untested), storage cupboard, spotlights to ceiling, large window with leaded light inserts overlooking attractive rear garden, fitted curtain rail and curtains.
11' 10'' x 9' 2'' (3.6m x 2.8m)
Located downstairs, this bedroom is fully carpeted throughout, skirting , pendant light to ceiling, multiple plug points throughout, aerial point, several windows ; one with attractive front garden views, a second overlooks the rear garden – both have leaded light inserts (double glazed), also one velux feature window permit lots of natural light into room.
13' 9'' x 7' 7'' (4.2m x 2.3m)
Fully carpeted throughout, one radiator with TRV valve, pendant light to ceiling, raised polished flooring area to rear of room, hosting additional storage, spotlights to ceiling, two windows with side elevation views, leaded light inserts, multiple plug points throughout and aerial point.
8' 2'' x 7' 3'' (2.5m x 2.2m)
Black/grey ceramic tiles to floor, cast iron Jacob Defalon claw foot tub, candlestick chrome mixer shower attachment, floating shelves and vanity unit, designer porcelain basin with chrome mixer taps and mosaic splash back, wall mounted mirror, low level w/c with push top waste, walk-in shower with extractor.
52' 6'' x 59' 1'' (16m x 18m)
Mainly laid to grass with a patio area, shed, chicken coup and walled garden with good side access. Mature boarders and shrubs.
The property named The School House, built by local aristocrat Mr Western Wood of North Cray Place Manor House was then gifted to the parish of North Cray. Forming part of previous North Cray School, which housed up to 50 pupils mainly those of the local hop farm workers, this was the School Masters residence. The property become a private dwelling when the school closed down in 1969.
In the 1700s the North Cray area was a private estate for the wealthy with huge country houses such as North Cray Place, Vale Mascal, Cray Hall with only a few of these remaining today. The School House which is listed as having ‘historical local interest’ is one of the few remaining original dwellings retaining many original features.
The property provides a countryside style lifestyle with walks from the doorstep. These include Joydens Wood accessed across open fields and past local stables and, the jewel of Bexley, Foots Cray Meadows. The village pub The White Cross is a stones throw away.