Available At £250,000 + Fees
304-306 St Margarets Banks, High Street, Rochester, Kent. ME1 1HS

Six week completion

Viewing by arrangement with Clive Emson Auctioneers

01622 608400

Chris Milne/John Stockey

This double fronted building is conveniently located between Rochester and Chatham High Street on St Margarets Banks opposite the riverside and close to all the major road and rail links to London.

The property was previously arranged as two separate units which could be reinstated, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.

Planning Permission has been granted for change of use from mixed retail and residential to a three bedroom dwelling.


Planning Permission has been granted by Medway Council under ref: MC/18/0215, dated 8th March 2018, for change of use from mixed retail A1 and residential C3 to a three bedroom dwelling (CS residential) with associated works including replacement of shop-front with four single glazed sliding sash windows, and single solid timber door with infill weatherboard, subject to conditions.

A copy of the Planning Consent and proposed plans will be available to download from the Clive Emson website or inspection at the Auctioneer’s Office.

Existing Accommodation

Ground Floor

Double fronted retail space, rear office, kitchen, utility room, bathroom with W.C. and separate W.C. Basement.

First Floor

Kitchen, living room and two bedrooms.

Second Floor

Two rooms and bathroom with W.C.


Courtyard to rear with parking.

Proposed Accommodation

Lower Ground Floor

Store room.

Ground Floor

Living/dining room, kitchen, sitting room, study, utility room, bathroom with W.C., gym and W.C.

First Floor

Two bedrooms, two studies and two bathrooms with W.C.s.

Second Floor

Bedroom, sitting area, study and bathroom.

Freehold with Vacant Possession

Residential EPC: F



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