Thatched barn with full planning permission for conversion near Canterbury, Kent
Former barn and stable with full planning permission for conversion to a four bedroom detached dwelling with parking for two vehicles. Located in the desirable Kent village of Ash, near Canterbury and Sandwich, it benefits from good road and rail links nearby
EXCELLENT DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY
DESIRABLE VILLAGE LOCATION
PLANS INCLUDE FOUR BEDROOMS AND TWO BATHROOMS
PROVISION FOR OFF ROAD PARKING FOR TWO VEHICLES
Granted with full planning permission from Dover District Council this former thatched barn and stable block is ripe for conversion into a single detached dwelling.
We have had basic prices for conversion which range from £150-£200k.
Plans submitted provide a spacious kitchen / dining room with separate living room complete with vaulted ceiling,utility room, provisions for a glass fronted home office within the entrance vestibule, bath / shower room and two bedrooms to the ground floor.
A spiral staircase leads to the master bedroom with en suite and dressing area to the front, whilst above the kitchen / diner to the rear of the property, an additional staircase leads to a further guest bedroom.
The plot has already been fenced off from the neighbouring property and has its own access.
The property utilises the existing vehicular entrance from Saunders Lane. Parking is provided for two vehicles with gardens to the side and rear of the property.
Gas main runs outside the house and can be put onto the mains.
Research has shown installation of a separate sewage treatment or septic tank would be more cost effective than the installation of mains sewage that is shown on the planning consent.
The development is situated within the popular village of Ash, which has a variety of local facilities including; a range of shops, a state and independent primary school, doctor's surgery, and public houses.
The Cinque Port of Sandwich and Cathedral City of Canterbury both offer a further range of facilities including excellent schooling.
The A256 links directly with the A2 at Dover, which in turn links directly with the A2/M2 and the A20/M20.
There are stations at Sandwich and Canterbury offering stopping services to London; trains on the High Speed link take 56 minutes from Canterbury West to London St Pancras.
The Channel Port of Dover, Eurotunnel at Folkestone and Ashford International offer regular services to the Continent.