FoxWood Maclean is pleased to present to the rental market a cottage with a rather special neighbour.
This period one bedroomed cottage in Westerham looks out over the National Trust property of Quebec House, birthplace of General James Wolfe, victor (despite his own death) of the Battle of Quebec (1759), a key engagement in the Seven Years War. The house appears as it would have done in the 1730s. The house plays host to a variety of special events, from re-enactments to special exhibitions, as well as being open regularly with guided tours and an excellent tea room!
The property to rent is not quite as grand as it’s neighbour, but is a charming one bedroomed cottage with many period features, such as exposed beams, open fires and original windows. In fact, its a listed building so it’s probably the closest you can get to living in a historic house for the budget! For further details, please call us on 01732 866492.
For the history buff, there are a great many places in our little corner of Kent to visit, from Hever Castle (home to Anne Boleyn) and Penshurst Place to Knole House and Chartwell (home of Sir Winston Churchill). Of course, if you don’t want to move house, you could always just visit for a holiday with our friends at Mulberry Cottages!
So, with such a great many things to do with your weekends and spare time, especially for the kids, why not think about a move to buy or rent a property in Kent – its never been a better time to get out of London with prices the way they are. Plus, you’ll never have a weekend with nothing to do with so much history on your doorstep!
For any information on any of our properties, please call Caroline Sugden or Andrew Stafford at FoxWood Maclean on 01732 866492 or email email@example.com.