The Old Woodyard, (Lot 60) situated on the outskirts of Fordwich, an historical town north east of the city of Canterbury, is being offered with outline planning permission for six detached dwellings. With a guide price of £700,000 Plus (that’s a little over £100,000 a plot!- value for money) we anticipate bidders will “pine” for this lot.
Nestled between the M20 and the railway line, off Watery Lane is an essentially level site extending to approx 17.5 acres. Lot 118 is to be offered freehold with a guide price of £75,000 Plus. The land has for many years been used for agriculture but with many more of us discovering or re-discovering the great outdoors, now could be a perfect time to buy your own piece of Kent.
The Dixie Cups classic song Chapel of Love starts with the words “Goin’ to the Chapel and we’re gonna get married” – well you may not be able to get married at this property, but you may very well fall in love with The Old Chapel in Old Wives Lees and if you bid, you may be able to get hitched with a new home! Lot 29, is a triple bay fronted four bedroom dwelling in the heart of the hamlet/village which lies between Canterbury and Ashford. Although in need of improvement it does has a gas heating system and double glazed windows. It is being offered with a guide price of £330,000 Plus.
On a clear day you can see France from Greenacres, a detached bungalow which sits overlooking the English Channel at Capel-le-ferne. Catalogued as Lot 35, the three bedroom detached bungalow is in good decorative order but has a number of cracks in several places and may therefore require repair. It has its own entrance and egress driveway, detached double garage and rear garden. Guided at £270,000 Plus, why not take a peek at the walkround video.
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