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Land and Buildings at Kingdom Cottage, Tibbs Court Lane, Brenchley, Kent, TN12 7AH
An agricultural building in a splendid rural location with pasture and woodland extending to 3.17 acres (1.28 hectares) with potential,
subject to planning permission.
NOTE: No sale of the buildings and land will be arranged until a buyer is found for Kingdom Cottage, or alternatively an acceptable offer is received for the whole. Separate details are available for the residential property.
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment with the Agents’ Paddock Wood Office on 01892 832325.
An agricultural building in a splendid rural location with pasture and woodland extending to 3.17 acres (1.28 hectares) with potential for other uses, (subject to planning permission). The land and buildings are being offered for sale concurrently with the Vendor’s Cottage Kingdom Cottage which adjoins the property to the west.
Note: No sale of the buildings and land will be arranged until a buyer is found for Kingdom Cottage, or alternatively an acceptable offer is received for the whole. Separate details are available for the residential property.
The Kingdom Cottage land is located in the sought after Parish of Brenchley on the intersection of Tibbs Court Lane and Kite Lane. There is easy access to the west to the A21 within a few minutes drive. Approached through a gated entrance, the land is located in a valley location with the farm building located in the north west corner. The building is a steel portal framed fully enclosed shed (9.4m x 7m), with part block walls and box profile steel cladding to eaves under a pitched corrugated fibre cement roof. It is extended on its eastern end by a timber and box profile steel clad lean to (7m x 4.5m).
The land extends to some 3.17 acres comprises 2.26 acres of pasture parkland including a number of specimen broadleaf trees and is surrounded by a shelter belt of woodland extending to 0.91 acres.
Note: The Vendor is retaining a small square of land which will continue to enjoy pedestrian access off Kite Lane, which is the site of a family grave.
No planning applications have been sought for any
non-agricultural use. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries of a Planning Consultant or Tunbridge Wells Borough Council direct.
The postcode of the property is TN12 7AH. Please see location plan overleaf.
The land is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession on completion.
No services are connected to the property.
MINERALS, SPORT AND TIMBER
All mineral rights, sporting rights and standing timber, so far as they are owned, are included in the freehold.
The purchaser will be required to erect and thereafter maintain a sound stockproof fence between the points A, B, C and D shown on the sale plan within 1 month of completion. This area is being retained by the Vendors.
Tunbridge Wells Borough Council. (01892 526121)
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.
MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
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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