Just to the south-west of the village of Hoath, close to the Thanet Way with access directly on to the Hoath Road.
Two traditional farm buildings and their respective curtilage as detailed below;
Building 1 - The Old Milking Parlour
A single storey period building constructed of solid brick walls, beneath a Kent peg tiled roof and timber roof joists, with a solid concrete floor and various openings within the the eastern elevation. The building has an approximate gross internal area of 176sqm (1,893sqft).
Building 2 - The Old Granary
A double storey building constructed of solid brick walls, beneath a pitched roof clad with asbestos sheet over timber roof trusses. There are a number of existing openings within all of the elevations and a main access door within the western elevation. The gross internal area of this building equates to 87sqm (936sqft).
Externally the curtilage of both buildings comprises a rough concrete yard area.
The buildings are offered for rent or for sale on negotiable terms. Once you have viewed the two buildings with a representative of Finn's we would be pleased to hear from you with a proposal.
The buildings are not currently rated but any rates would be the responsibility of the tenant.
Any interested parties are urged to seek pre-application advice from Canterbury City Council on 01227 862000 before viewing the property and making a proposal.
In the event of a sale a covenant will be imposed preventing any residential development of the property.
Energy Performance Certificate
There are no fixed heating systems in the buildings so no Energy Performance Certificate is required.
If the property is let the Tenant will be responsible for reimbursing the Landlord for the insurance premium and will be required to hold full and appropriate public liability cover.
Commercial sales and lettings, release of tenancies and a number of other property transactions are subject to VAT and where relevant VAT is chargeable in addition to any consideration quoted.
If let the buildings will be let on a commercial lease on terms to be agreed outside of the security of tenure provisions of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954.
A deposit of a sum to be agreed will be held by the Agent with no interest payable against non-performance or damage to the ground and buildings.
Please see the plan overleaf. The boundaries on this plan are indicative only and the land will be sold in accordance with the registered title.
Rights of Way & Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing covenants, wayleaves, easements and rights of way whether public or private, specifically mentioned or not.