Pilgroves Farm sits on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and close to National Trust Woodland with many foot and bridle paths and access to the South East Toll Ride network of off road riding. The surrounding area has also been designated a Site of Special Interest because of its abundant wildlife, and much of it is recognised as a Grade I site of national importance for nature conservation.
A traditional pretty farmhouse with two reception rooms, an open fireplace, conservatory, kitchen and WC and shower room on the ground floor. Upstairs, the master bedroom has built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom, with a family bathroom servicing three additional bedrooms.
A self-contained two bedroom bungalow currently with an agricultural tie. The living room has a feature fireplace and the conservatory off the kitchen provides a useful utility area.
The Stables and Barns
Application submitted for change of use of current agricultural buildings, including the housing of pigs and storage of miscellaneous agricultural equipment. It was decided prior approval is not required for the change of use of two agricultural buildings totalling 105 square metres into three residential dwelling houses.
For more information please visit the Sevenoaks District Council website and look up planning permission reference 16/02480/PAC.
Lot 1 - Land to the North of approx. 8.3 acres
Lot 2 - Land to the West of approx. 4.2 acres
Lot 3 - Land to the South of approx. 3.5 acres
Lot 4 - Farmhouse and immediate gardens of approx. 0.5 acres
Lot 5 - Agricultural buildings with change of use, approx. 0.3 acres
Lot 6 - Bungalow and gardens of approx. 3.1 acres
Alternatively, the property can be purchased as a whole.