An amazing opportunity to bid for a 24.77 hectares (61.23 acres) estate comprising a period detached main farm house, a detached chalet bungalow, three barns, a mobile unit and land incorporating fresh spring water fed lakes. It has two entrances off Eyhorne Street and is situated just on the outskirts of Hollingbourne village, adjacent to the school and within a short walk to the railway station.
An attractive detached period house, believed to date back to the 16th Century with later 19th Century façade and a wealth of internal period features including panelled walls, fireplaces, deep skirting, picture rails and leaded light windows. The house is now is in need of improvement.
Entrance hall, main living room with fire place at each end, scullery/utility rooms and five further rooms. Cellar.
W.C. on the half landing. First floor landing, kitchen, main bedroom (previously two rooms), five further bedrooms, bathroom and separate W.C.
Landing and two bedrooms.
Various store rooms and part walled garden.
Situated further into the plot, is this detached chalet bungalow, known as Little Snagbrook, which is in need of total refurbishment.
Entrance hall, five rooms and W.C.
Landing, three bedrooms and bathroom (no fittings).
Situated near to the main entrance, extending to approx 14.1m x 5m (46ft x 16ft).
Situated closer to the main house, and known as the Carriage Barn, it extends to approx 16.9m x 5m (55ft x 16ft).
Situated further into the plot, nearer to the bungalow a steel frame barn with outshot. The barn extends to approx 24m x 18.3m (78ft x 60ft), the outshot approx 24m x 6.4m (78ft x 20ft).
Each barn may offer potential for conversion into residential accommodation, subject to all the necessary consents being obtainable.
Situated nearer to the bungalow.
The entire plot extends to approx 24.77 hectares (61.23 acres) and includes an fresh spring water inlet stream leading to lakes, swathes of grassland and copse.
Some areas, perhaps around Barn 1 may offer future development potential, subject to all the necessary consents being obtainable.
Local Planning Authority
Maidstone Borough Council. Tel: 01622 602736. Website: maidstone.gov.uk.