BTF Partnership is offering for sale the unique opportunity to convert a post WW2 oast building with far reaching rural views over the Weald of Kent, into a 4,000ft² 4/5-bedroom family home in the hamlet of Yew Tree Green, near Horsmonden.

Yew Tree Oast Farm provides a rare opportunity to convert a building that was previously used for hop drying, using a unique roller floor system. The approved designs are for a 4/5 bedroom home with a large kitchen/dining room, utility room and a study on the ground floor. Also on the ground floor is a master bedroom suite, and a garden room. On the first floor, there is a magnificent living room area with far reaching rural views and wooden staging providing a large balcony area and allowing outside access. Also on the first floor are three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Outside there is full planning permission for a timber framed double garage. The land extends to 0.51 acres and additional land is available by separate negotiation.

Alex Cornwallis at BTF Partnership said: “This is a unique opportunity for someone to build a fabulous rural family home which benefits from a short drive to nearby Paddock Wood or Marden, with excellent road and rail links to central London. The property has full planning permission and the floor plan offers potential variations. There are very few of these post war oast buildings left, so it will be a unique opportunity to convert a slice of modern farming history into a stunning and sizeable family home.”

Location Horsmonden, Kent

Price OIEO £525,000

Area 0.51 acres