An opportunity to purchase a well presented two bedroom first…
Fairbourne Inch, Fairbourne Lane, Harrietsham, Kent, ME17 1LQ
A portal framed Building with Prior Notification for the Change of Use of building and land within its curtilage from light industrial workshop (B1) to use as a single residential dwelling with detailed planning consent for a 4 Bedroom single storey conversion extending to an unconverted footprint of 2,152ft² (200m²) in a rural, yet accessible setting with land extending in all to some 1.21 acres (0.49 hectares).
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment with the Agents’ Cranbrook Office on 01580 712888.
DIRECTIONS: The nearest postcode to the property is ME17 1LQ. From the M20 junction 8 heading southbound, take the third exit towards Harrietsham. After approximately 0.2 miles take the first exit of the next roundabout onto the A20. Continue for approximately 3 miles on the A20 before turning right onto Fairbourne Lane. Follow the road over the M20 and continue for approximately 0.5 miles. Fairbourne Inch is located on the right hand side of the road.
SITUATION: Fairbourne Inch is situated on the rural outskirts of the village of Harrietsham. The village has a basic range of village amenities and a mainline station with services to London in just over an hour. The nearby County Town of Maidstone has a more extensive range of social, recreational and educational facilities including a mainline railway station with connections to Central London in just under an hour. The property is located approximately 4 miles from the M20 junction 8 which has onward connections to the national motorway grid.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Maidstone Borough Council, Maidstone House, King Street, Maidstone, Kent ME15 6JQ. Telephone 01622 602000.
DESCRIPTION: Fairbourne Inch is located on the south side of Fairbourne Lane. The property benefits from a right of access over the gate to the immediate west. Fairbourne Lane is a largely residential, yet rural, location and the building is located within approximately 1.21 acres of agricultural land. Fairbourne Inch is a 3 bay concrete portal framed building extending to approximately 200m² on the ground floor and benefits from permission to convert into a residential dwelling.
Proposed internal development: Front door into open plan kitchen, dining and living room. Doors to 4 double bedrooms all benefitting from built in wardrobes and en-suite bathrooms.
SERVICES: UKPN have quoted a budget estimate of £21,167 excluding VAT to connect to the property. South East Water have provided a water map showing the location of water for connection which is in Fairbourne Lane.
Purchasers will need to make their own enquiries as to the suitability of these connections and if easements or wayleaves are necessary for the connection of these services.
PLANNING: Fairbourne Inch has the benefit of prior notification for the change of use of building and land within its curtilage from Light Industrial Workshop (B1)(c) to use as a single dwelling house (C3).
Ref: 20/502678/PNPA and a detailed residential consent Ref:20/504333/FUL.
Copies of the Decision Notice and approved plans are available on request or from Lambert and Foster’s website.
PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY: It is noted that a public right of way (KH277) runs through the garden curtilage and a copy of a map with its location is available on request or on the Lambert and Foster website.
Note: Extra land available by separate negotiation.
PARTICULARS, PLANS AND SCHEDULES: The particulars and acreages stated therein, together with the plans are believed but not guaranteed to be correct. They are given by the Agents to assist viewers but are specifically excluded from any contract and prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the information contained therein.
ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING COMPLIANCE (AML): In accordance with Money Laundering Regulations, we are now required to obtain proof of identification for all vendors and purchasers. You will need to supply information required for us to complete our identification checks which will include your date of birth, main residential address and a colour copy of your passport or photo driving licence. Lambert & Foster apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, but it is a legal requirement. Unfortunately, Lambert & Foster will not be able to conclude a sale on your behalf to any person or people who are unable to provide confirmation of identification. Note: Lambert & Foster currently employs the services of Smartsearch to verify the identity and address of vendors/ purchasers.
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