‘It’s a great opportunity’
Kevin Gilbert, auctioneer for Clive Emson, said: “The complex includes the long barn which is Grade II-listed and is thought to date from the early 19th century. It is exceptionally long and a magnificent architectural feature.
“The site is opposite Waitrose and within one mile of junction 9 of the M20 motorway.
“It really does represent a great opportunity and the chance to turn these old agricultural buildings into a modern complex will be tempting to many. Investors, developers and builders are all likely to be looking at this site within the Urban Village Regeneration Development area.”
Arranged around a central quadrangle, the scheme extends to over 8,600 sq ft and incorporates parking and a landscaped area. It includes additional parking with the underground car park of Waitrose, opposite.
Waitrose on the left and James Ewart Avenue and Sir Bernard Paget Avenue