Lot 29


The Hogarth Inn, 41-43 High Street, Isle Of Grain, Rochester, Kent, ME3 0BJ
The Hogarth Inn, 41-43 High Street, Isle Of Grain, Rochester, Kent, ME3 0BJ
Sold £285,000

An attractive detached period house, being an existing public house situated in the village of Grain and providing extensive accommodation together with residential accommodation on the first floor.

Standing on a plot extending to 0.15 hectares (0.36 acres) it is considered there may be potential for further development, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.

Ground Floor

Front entrance to main bar area with servery and fireplace, games/pool bar with inglenook fireplace, dining bar/restaurant, ladies and gents W.C.s, beer store, large function room at rear, kitchen and separate W.C.

Private Accommodation

First Floor

Landing, living room/bedroom, bedroom two, two further bedrooms and shower room with W.C.


Large beer garden to rear and further private owner’s garden with yard. Extensive yard to the side with detached garage/store building.

Council Tax Band A - Rateable Value £11,400

Local Planning Authority

Medway Council. Tel: 01634 331700. Website: medway.gov.uk.

Freehold with Vacant Possession


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