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High Street, Edenbridge

Withdrawn from Market £500,000

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LeGrys Havelock Estates are delighted to bring to the market a fantastic opportunity to acquire a prime development consisting of a GII listed double fronted two storey shop, a derelict workshop and garage with planning permission to convert to residential premises.
This GII listed property has full planning permission to convert to a one bedroom dwelling with one off-road parking space.

This quaint former bookshop is a medieval timber framed building with a clay peg tile roof. It forms part of a larger medieval building now sub divided. There have been later additions, including a Georgian shop front and large, probably Victorian dormer to the front elevation. The rear of the building and medieval roof structure has been altered by the addition of a two storey Victorian extension.
The property was originally a hall house of Wealden design with a single bay open hall in the centre, a short parlour end to the north and a service bay to the south. The shop occupies the southern service bay. 

Situated in a quiet no through lane in the heart of Edenbridge High Street, close to the primary school, shops, church and mainline station. This property offers a complete redevelopment opportunity (although some 19th century brickwork remains).
Permission has been granted to make the following changes
 • Repair existing pitched roof to south elevation. 
• New double pitched roof to north (rear). 
• Conservation roof-lights to be concealed within rear roof valley. 
• New single parking space to east side. 
• Bin storage to east side. 

South Elevation:
• New entrance: replace existing steel garage door with new purpose made steel door and glazed panels. 

East Elevation: 
• Replace existing timber door with new purpose made steel casement window. 
North Elevation: 
• The north elevation forms the garden wall to 2 and 4 Church Street. No changes are to be made to this elevation. 

West Elevation: 
• Replace existing studwork wall with new matching brickwork. 
• New high level steel windows. There are presently no windows in this elevation which has been temporarily sealed with studwork for weatherproofing.

• Remove existing internal brick single skin partitions and replace as indicated on plans to form bedroom, bathroom and open plan living/kitchen/dining area. 
• New levelled and insulated floor slab. 

Full planning details are here:
Listed building consents are here:

Local Authority: Sevenoaks District Council
Tenure: Freehold
Edenbridge benefits from two mainline train stations offering services to London. The M25 can be easily accessed at either junction 6 (Godstone) or junction 5 (Sevenoaks). Gatwick airport is about 18 miles and the Channel Tunnel about 65 miles allowing easy access to the Continent.  Edenbridge itself is a small historic market town surrounded by countryside with a selection of shops, banks, pubs, restaurants and its own hospital with many schools in the surrounding area. Recreational amenities in the area include a leisure centre with swimming pool, golf courses and a number of local National Trust properties. 

Miles to: M25 10; Oxted 8; Sevenoaks 12; Tunbridge Wells 13; East Grinstead 10

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07 June 2017

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