A conveniently located block of Grade II arable land and the frame of an agricultural building on the outskirts of Horton Kirby, with extensive road frontage, extending in all to some 11.69 acres/
4.73 hectares, has come to the market with Lambert & Foster.

The land is broadly rectangular in shape and situated in a convenient location on the outskirts of the village of Horton Kirby near Dartford. The land has extensive road frontage to the north (Rays Hill) and to the east (Eglantine Lane), with the primary access at the south east corner of the land.

The former agricultural building situated in the south east corner of the land is in skeletal form without any external cladding or roof sheets. It is a four bay steel portal frame building with a concrete base (17.5m x 8.5m) and has historically been used for agricultural purposes.

The property is located outside the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The agricultural barn situated on the land was granted planning permission in August 1993, but was damaged following a fire in 2002. It has since been untouched.

Full details are available at lambertandfoster.co.uk