Tilsden Farm is situated in a rural yet accessible location just to the south-east of Cranbrook in the High Weald of Kent. Cranbrook is a popular town that dates back to the 11th Century and is known as the capital of the Weald.
Lot 1 consists of a former grainstore building complete with planning permission to create a new contemporary dwelling, with pasture, arable and woodland, extending to about 18 acres.
Planning has been granted to convert the Grain Store into a four-bedroom dwelling of about 3,280 sq ft and convert the stable block to a home office, gym, games room and garden store extending to 1,445 sq ft.
The land in Lot 1 comprises amenity and pastureland around the buildings. The principal parcel of deciduous woodland on the east side is known as Hagues Gill which mainly comprises traditional Hornbeam and Chestnut coppice with Oak and Ash standards on both sides of the stream sided valley.
Access to Lot 1 is directly from Tilsden Lane over an existing gateway.
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A former grainstore building complete with planning permission to create a new contemporary dwelling, with pasture, arable and woodland, extending to about 18 acres.