Bramling Court Farm, a “versatile” arable enterprise in the east of Kent with development opportunities, has hit the market with a £6.2m price tag.
Savills is handling the sale of the property, spanning 514-acres, in Bramling, Canterbury, Kent.
Key features include mature woodland, a range of traditional and modern farm buildings, and three farm cottages.
Bramling Court Farm
The selling agent is offering the property for sale in the following lots:
LOT 1: Bramling Court Farmhouse and b – 1.29 acres (0.52 hectares)
Bramling Court Farmhouse is approached off Bramling Road with a gravelled parking area to the north of the house.
A side gate leads up a path to the rear entrance to the property, whilst the front door is located on the eastern elevation.
The front door of Bramling Court Farmhouse opens into the entrance hall off which the drawing-room and dining room radiate.
Through the dining room is the study with views over the garden towards the farm buildings. Also, the dining room leads through to the kitchen and onto the utility room, pantry, and downstairs WC.
The utility room provides access to the walled garden, and the current owners use this door as the principal access daily.
There are two cellars within the property, off the kitchen and dining room, respectively.
The staircase to the first floor is in the rear hallway off the dining room and leads up to four bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor.
Further stairs lead to the second floor where there is a further bedroom and separate storeroom.
Outside, there is a large timber-framed storage barn which may lend itself to a range of alternative uses, subject to planning.
Gardens surround the house with a large former orchard to the south. Also, there is a disused swimming pool and summer house adjacent to the southern elevation.
Farm buildings and cottages
LOT 2: Bramling Court Farm buildings and cottages: 11.78-acres (4.77 hectares)
According to the selling agents, the farm buildings at Bramling Court Farm are “extensive”.
Situated on a large steading, as a combination, they offer “significant potential” for alternative uses or development, subject to the necessary consents.
The buildings include several grain stores, machinery stores, a former potato store, and many other ancillary buildings currently being utilised as storage.
- Shoot school – 149m2 – A range of traditional brick-built calf sheds under a tiled roof previously leased to a shooting school;
- Garage – A modern corrugated metal three-bay car garage;
- Combine shed: 199 m2- A modern concrete-framed portal farm building used as a farm workshop;
Grain store: 189m2 – A steel portal framed building used by the current tenant as grain
- Grain drier: 148m2- A corrugated metal-clad farm building which again is used as grain storage.
- Oast/cart shed – A two-storey former granary and cart shed of brick construction that also contains the farm chemical store;
- Cowshed: 394 m2 – A disused livestock building which is currently vacant with attached bullpens;
- Grain store – 572m2 – A concrete portal framed building currently used for on floor grain storage. There are two passages with a central grain barrier;
- The potato store – Currently used for farm storage.
- The byre – A traditional building, currently used as general storage but has planning potential, subject to the necessary consents;
- Piggery – Currently used as a general store;
- A Pemberton Elite mobile home in the farmyard.
3 semi-detached cottages are fronting onto Wingham Well Lane, consisting of a pair of semi-detached cottages and one half of a pair.
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