Lot 1: South Forstal House with planning consent to alter/improve the current layout
Lot 2: South Forstal Barn: With planning consent for conversion to create a three-bedroom home
Lot 3: An adjoining paddock with pole barn
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For Sale as a whole or in up to 3 Lots.
Lot 1: £475,000 Lot 2 : £300,000 Lot 3: £50,000
This historic Grade II Listed house and adjoining barn have planning consent granted for alterations to the house and for conversion of the barn. The house retains much of its period charm and original features, including exposed timber beams, brick fireplaces and wooden floors. It is now in need of comprehesive works throughout to restore it.
The reception hall currently leads into the spacious sitting room, featuring an attractive brick fireplace. Adjacent to this is the kitchen. At the other end of the property are three smaller reception rooms with potential use as a dining room, snug and study.
On the first floor are three good-sized bedrooms, one of which is accessed through one of the other bedrooms, and a family bathroom.
The planning permission provides for alterations to redesign the house under Swale Borough Council reference: 18/505192, improving the layout for modern living.
The adjacent barn is available by separate negotiation and retains period features and has been granted planning consent for conversion to a three-bedroom home under Swale Borough Council reference: 18/505915.
Situated in the sought-after hamlet of Throwley Forstal a part of the dispersed rural village of Throwley, the property enjoys a rural position within easy access of the town of Faversham. Central London can be reached by rail from Faversham station in just over an hour, while the property's location also benefits from excellent road links accessed via the nearby M2.
There is a selection of well-regarded educational facilities nearby, including the 'outstanding' Sheldwich Primary School and Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School. Ashford, with the International station and well regarded schools are found about 10 miles away.
Gardens are provided to the rear of the house and barn, together with parking areas.
Beyond is a 1 acre paddock, available by separate negotiation as Lot 3.
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