BTF Partnership

Tel: 01233 740077

Email: rural@btfpartnership.co.uk

Clock House Barn
Canterbury Road
Challock
Ashford
TN25 4BJ

Camer Park, Meopham, Gravesend

Offers In Excess Of £1,100,000 Under Offer

4 Bedroom House

A rare opportunity to purchase a 4-Bedroom Grade II Listed house located to the east of the village of Meopham, with a classical walled garden, and barn with Planning Permission for conversion.

 

The house is constructed in red and grey brick headers under a part tiled and part slate roof. There are cast iron casement windows with secondary glazing, and some have been replaced with UPVC. Extensions to the north elevation were made in 1970 and 1985. The approach drive from Camer Road belongs to the neighbouring property, Camer House, over which a right of way is available at all times and for all purposes in connection with the proper user of the property, and subject to a fair proportion of the expense in repairing, maintaining and renewing the drive. A short length of private road leads to a parking area in front of Bailiffs House with access to the barn, the walled garden and the paddocks.

Ground Floor
Front door to small porch with stairs leading to first floor. Doors to dining room, which has an inglenook fireplace, and study with fireplace. To the rear of the house is the fitted kitchen and dining area with steps down to cellar. Living room and snug, small hall with cloakroom and shower, and rear door to kitchen garden.

First Floor
Stairs up to landing leading to 4 bedrooms and separate bathroom with WC.
The property has mains water and electricity connected with storage heaters at ground and first floor level. The private drainage system is situated in the paddock to the rear of the house.

THE WEST BARN
This is located just to the west of the farmhouse adjoining the garden. The barn is mainly of traditional oak construction with some replacement soft wood timbers, and is weatherboard clad under a part catslide roof on the western side, covered with corrugated iron. We understand that the barn was re-erected following damage during the major storm in the autumn of 1987. The barn extends to 103.76 m2 and Planning Permission & Listed Building Consent have been granted by Gravesham Borough Council for conversion in January 2020. Some of the approved plans and drawings are to be found later in these particulars.

THE STABLES
Adjoining the paddock to the rear of the house are a pair of timber stables on a concrete plinth, which has water and electricity connected.
There is an attractive walled kitchen garden and a brick potting shed.

THE WALLED GARDEN & GROUNDS
The walled garden is laid to grass and we understand that the eastern and northern walls are party structures with associated joint liabilities.

Please see the property particulars for further information on the services, boundaries and floorplans.

Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.

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