Is value in the eye of the Beerholder?

Former village public house with Planning for residential

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,

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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