Little Hookstead Farm is a traditional grass farm situated on the rural outskirts of High Halden village comprising a character farmhouse for modernisation, traditional oast with planning consent for residential conversion. There is a traditional barn with further farm buildings with potential, pasture and pond. In all about 47.80 acres (whole or four lots) on the market through Hobbs Parker.

Planning consent was granted for change of use of the oast house from agricultural to a dwelling. A condition of this consent is that two of the nearby agricultural buildings are demolished and removed from the site.

The farmhouse is believed to date from the late 1800’s/early 1900’s, is unlisted and now requires relatively significant modernisation. The traditional oast house has planning consent and houses the hop press which will remain at the property. Adjoining is an American kiln.

There is a beautiful oak frame-set traditional barn and farm buildings include a cattle yard, hay barn/machinery shed, Dutch barn and a small barn.

A block of pasture land is currently divided in four separate fields with a pond which provides amenity and offers fishing potential.

A parcel of level pasture land of about nine acres with double lane frontage and its own access gate together with a small parcel of mixed woodland (Poppet Wood) of about 1.80 acres. Within is a telecommunication mast let to Vodafone Ltd. Terms have been agreed to renew the lease on a 15 year term at an annual rental of £6,000 per annum.

Location High Halden, Kent

Area 47.80 acres