A rare find! Weir Lodge is an attractive early 20th Century detached two storey, three bedroom house located on the site of the former Ickham Mill which, we understand, was destroyed by fire in 1907.
The house is located on the banks of the Little Stour, adjacent to the race and wheel mechanism (now removed) and mill pond. Now requiring modernisation and redecoration it also has Planning Permission for an extension thus creating a larger living area and a fourth bedroom.
Interested applicants are recommended to park in Nargate Street/Church Road and take the footpath opposite to Weir Lodge (coloured brown on the location plan, below).
Entrance porch, entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, utility, boiler room and further reception room.
Landing, three bedrooms and bathroom with W.C.
Gardens and garage.
Entrance porch, entrance hall, snug, boot room, utility, kitchen, dining room and living room with media room off.
Landing, master bedroom with access to balcony, three further bedrooms, family bathroom with W.C. and separate W.C.
Detached garage with log store.
Planning Permission was granted by Canterbury City Council under ref: CA/16/00043/FUL, dated 21st March 2016, for two storey and single storey extensions and replacement garage, subject to conditions. Further applications under refs: 18/000688 and 18/00595 have been approved pursuant to Conditions 5 and 3, accordingly.
A copy of the Planning Consent and proposed plans will be available to download from the Clive Emson website, the Canterbury City Council website or inspection at the Auctioneer’s Office.