Enjoying stunning views across the Weald of Kent, the Clothworkers Arms, in the village of Sutton Valence, which lies south of the County town of Maidstone, is a three storey public house which could make a fantastic family home. Nestling on a plot extending to almost 0.4 of an acre, the property is being offered with planning consent for change of use/conversion/extension to residential use, granted on Appeal. The approved Planning Appeal decision and accompanying plans/drawings are able to download from the Local Planning Authority website, Maidstone.gov.uk
The existing accommodation is arranged over three floors, comprising L-shaped front bar area with central servery, rear bar area and toilets to the ground floor. On the lower ground floor (garden level) is a kitchen, prep room/utility and beer cellar. The first floor has a further kitchen (domestic), living/dining room, 3 bedrooms and bathroom. Outside there is a patio/decked area with outbuilding, gardens to the rear. Oh and did I mention the views?
It is being offered freehold with vacant possession in our online auction with a pre-auction guide price of £300-320,000. You can find out further info here
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