Freehold for sale by Informal Tender. Offers invited in excess of £350,000.
Closing date for Tenders - 1pm on Friday 24th September 2021.
Exciting building plot with successful planning application to build a large 4-bedroom, modern detached home wither separate garage and pretty garden with views set in approx. 0.25 of an acre.
Ashford Borough Council Application: 21/00269/as
Hoseney House sits on an attractive plot of land of approx. 0.25 of an acre adjacent to Huson Farm, set in magical and quiet enclave behind the stunning Hales Place, located in the heart of the sought after Wealden market town of Tenterden.
Planning has been successfully granted to demolish the existing buildings / stables and presents the buyer a rare opportunity to build a stylish and modern brand new, large single storey, 4-bedroom detached home with a separate detached garage. The newly built dwelling property will be accessed by its own driveway entrance and will be set in new and attractive landscaping with delightful panoramic views of the surrounding farmland. Floor area - available upon request.
Viewings strictly via appointment only with Weald Property on 4 viewing days on the following dates:
Saturday the 28th August, Saturday the 4th September, Saturday the 11th September and Saturday 18th September 2021 - between 10 – 11am on each day. All prospective buyers will be given a 15 minute time slot to comply with Covid-19 protocol. Please call Weald Property to book a slot - any applicants attending without an appointment will be prohibited from accessing the building and land. Sealed Bid tenders to be delivered to Weald Property no later than 1pm on Friday 24th September 2021.
Tenterden provides an excellent range of local shopping and leisure facilities. Further shopping and other facilities are to be found in Cranbrook, Tunbridge Wells and Ashford.
There is a good selection of schools in the area in both the state and private sectors catering for children of all ages. Fast and frequent services run from Headcorn to London Bridge, Waterloo East, Charing Cross and Cannon Street. There is a high speed train from Ashford to St Pancras in about 37 minutes.