Oast House for Conversion for Sale: Ashford, Kent

16 Jan
January 16, 2014

Description

A redundant Oast House for conversion for sale with planning consent to form single dwelling together with the creation of amenity space and garage, situated in a rural location with about 13 acres.

Information

Situated in an idyllic rural setting, within a dedicated Special Landscape Area, Upper Boy Court Oast is an unconverted former oast house and dairy constructed mainly of brick and Bethersden marble set under a tiled roof.

Planning permission has been granted for conversion into a 3/4 bedroom house comprising an entrance hall, living room, open plan kitchen and family room, roundel dining room with part vaulted ceiling and mezzanine study (accessed via first floor), separate cloak/boot room and guest suite on the ground floor with two bedroom suites and study/bedroom 4 on the first floor.
the property sits in a rural and quiet location towards the end of a ‘no through’ road, surrounded by farmland, orchards and woodland and is convenient for Headcorn station and village which lie about 2.5 miles away.

Upper Boy Court Oast benefits from just under 2 acres of gardens (not yet landscaped) and an adjoining field of about 11.5 acres which is hedge enclosed and down to grazing. To the front there is parking for a number of cars whilst to the north-west lies a large timber outbuilding incorporating a double garage, tractor garage, garden store, workshop and refuse and recycle store.


Location: Boy Court Lane Headcorn, Ashford, TN27 9LA
Guide price: Offers Over £550,000 / Freehold
House size: 3/4 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,986 square feet
Features: 13 acres, rural location, double garage

Further details can be found here.

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