Could you handle living in village ‘haunted by Ghost of Red Lady’? Quirky four-bed house with holiday cottage on sale for £1m

Stunning pictures show the spacious living area, modern kitchen and light-filled dining room in this quirky home in Kent.

Other striking shots show the exterior of the house with a balcony, cosy bedrooms and the external holiday cottage on the grounds.

Rose Farm is located on Rose Farm Road in Pluckley, Kent and is currently listed by Warner Gray for £975k.

“This wonderful collection of converted former farm buildings provides a charming, unique home in a beautiful setting which offers superb versatility and scope depending on the lifestyle required,” states the listing.

“Currently arranged as a main 3/4 property, with one self contained holiday let, converted approximately two years ago, a photography studio complex and further framing studio."

It continues: “However the outbuildings could very easily be converted (subject to any necessary planning consents) to extend the holiday let accommodation if desired.

“The main house is full of character with many wonderful full height ceilings, an abundance of beautiful exposed timber, tile flooring and open plan layout creating a superb sense of spacious living.

“Many rooms enjoy large windows, with bi-fold doors opening to an impressive sprawling verandah which extends the living space considerably and is perfect for relaxation and outdoor entertaining.

“In addition the beautiful Master Bedroom suite also benefits from a wonderful terrace which links seamlessly to the bedroom with further bi-fold doors opening out, enjoying glorious rural views of the gardens and adjoining countryside.”

Pluckley has been branded as possibly the most haunted village in England with the infamous Red Lady ghost heavily contributing to that reputation.

The Sun reported that the picturesque rural community is thought to be haunted by 15 ghosts, making it a top destination for paranormal investigators.

Harking back to the 1100s, Lady Dering – the Red Lady – supposedly haunts the grounds of St Nicholas church, where she was buried in a lead coffin in the crypt.

Lady Dering is known as the Red Lady after the rose that was apparently placed atop her coffin – and she is said to wander the churchyard in search of the grave of her
stillborn baby.

Other ghosts spotted in the village include the spectre of the highwayman who was killed in a sword fight and pinned to a tree at the Pinnock and a phantom coach and horses that haunts Maltman's Hill.

The ghost of a gypsy woman is believed to have been seen at Pinnock Bridge as it's thought she lost her life after being accidentally burned to death.

On Dicky Buss's Lane, the hanging body of a schoolmaster has been seen, while the White Lady stalks the inside of St Nicholas church and the library of her family home Surrenden Dering, which was destroyed by fire in 1952.

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