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Grade II listed Exceat Farmhouse to continue as tea room and restaurant

Exceat Farmhouse

Exceat Farmhouse

Exceat Farmhouse in the Seven Sisters Country Park has been sold to local businesswoman and interior designer Nina Mastriforte.

The Grade II listed 16th century building has been sold on behalf of previous owners Andrew and Victoria Davey who are looking forward to their long-awaited retirement.

It will be used as a tea room and restaurant with a handful of bed and breakfast rooms.

Andrew Moore of Christie + Co Maidstone who brokered the sale said: “Exceat Farmhouse was previously run mainly as a restaurant and tea room, so it’ll be exciting to see how Nina takes the venue and hotel aspects of the business forward. I for one will definitely be keeping an eye on this one.”

The property has views out to the sea with secluded gardens and a charming walled.

The long leasehold for Exceat Farmhouse was sold off a guide price of £599,000.

 

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