An impressive opportunity, which comprises a three bedroom detached thatched cottage, a one bedroom converted workshop, outbuildings and a large plot, which is considered to have good development potential, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
The cottage is well presented with exposed beams and a farm style kitchen. It is considered that there may be potential for an additional two bedrooms, utilising the loft space.
The converted workshop, known as Copton Lodge, has been used as a holiday let and benefits from it's own driveway and parking. The accommodation is well presented and well proportioned.
The site occupies a good location close to the M2, Faversham with its mainline railway station and good access to Ashford. There are two forms of access which may allow the generous plot to be developed with one or more residential units, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable. There have, for many years, been lorries and metal containers stored to the rear of the property.
Entrance porch, boot room, hallway, kitchen/diner, living room, W.C., shower room with W.C., two bedrooms and main bedroom with en-suite bathroom with shower and W.C.
Two rooms (no natural light).
Surrounding gardens, large plot, pond and outbuildings.
Hall, kitchen/living room, bedroom, bathroom with W.C. and utility room.
Driveway with parking and garden.
The site extends to 1.18 hectares (2.92 acres).
Local Planning Authority
Swale Borough Council, Swale House, East Street, Sittingbourne, Kent. ME10 3HT. Tel: 01795 417850