BTF Partnership has launched for sale a 3-bedroom self-build plot on the outskirts of Sheldwich, near Faversham, Kent with a guide price of £420,000.
The 1.19 acre plot is on a quiet country lane and comprises of a self-build development site with full planning permission 21/505091/FULL. The house will measure 1,853sqft and will consist of an entrance hall, WC, kitchen, open plan lounge/dining room with double doors to the rear garden, family bathroom and three double bedrooms, one of which is ensuite.
There are a range of sustainability features included in the building design, including solar roof panels, rainwater harvesting and underground storage, bio-efficient sewerage system, upgraded insulation, electric vehicle charging point, triple glazing on all windows and all lighting is low impact LED.
Outside there will be a new vehicle access from the private road providing parking for three vehicles and a secure cycle storage facility. To the front, side, and rear there is a proposed landscaped garden with further amenity land extending to a total of 1.19 acres.
Edward Plumptre at BTF Partnership comments: “This is a unique opportunity in a sought after, rural location for someone to build their own sustainable three bedroom house with a number of energy efficient features. Sheldwich has its own primary school and in the nearby town of Faversham two miles away there is a very good range of local amenities including secondary schools, shops, and railway station with high speed rail links to St Pancras station and a journey time of 1hr.10mins. This is a great opportunity for someone looking for a ready-made rural self-build plot which are hard to come by here in Kent.”
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