2 plots and an existing bungalow for modernisation

Sittingbourne, Kent

Lynsted is a typical old English village with an ancient parish church, St. Peter and St. Paul, a local pub, The Black Lion, and a village duck pond. The village also boasts a selection of Listed period houses and there is a well regarded village primary school.

The site extends to c. 0.22 ha (c. 0.54 acres) in size and is generally level, with a long private drive. The existing property is a bespoke chalet bungalow that was built in the mid 1980’s. It extends to c. 2,500 sqft in size and currently comprises 3 bedrooms and ample living space (see the adjacent floor plan) with both an attached double garage and detached single garage. There are rear and side gardens and a large area of brick paved hardstanding suitable for parking to the front.

The site benefits from outline planning permission granted by Swale Borough Council on 20th July 2018 under application no. 18/502736. Reserved Matters have been subsequently secured on the 28th November 2019 under application no. 15/504821/REM.

The bungalow is to remain with it’s double garage and large rear garden. The single garage will be demolished to create the access through to the side garden for the construction of 2 no. 4 bed houses each over two storeys. The new houses will share the existing access drive with the bungalow.

Contact : Graeme Dowd