The George & New Territories
This Grade II Listed property was built in 1652 as a coach house for travellers between Canterbury and London, The George has been a rest stop for pilgrims and weary travellers for over 350 years.
It is currently a public house, restaurant and Chinese Take Away although it has the potential to be even more.
The site measures approx. 0.2 acres and has full planning permission for a three bedroom bed and breakfast building.
The main building consists of four bedrooms (including study), two bathrooms and additional WC and additional ensuite bathroom. In addition to this the outbuilding to therear provides an additional four bedrooms and bathroom, currently used as storage and staff quarters.
The public spaces include a main bar area with a side room containing a pool table, a restaurant spanning the depth of the building, ladies, gents and disabled toilets and a courtyard to rear. In addition, there is a large kitchen, multiple store rooms and cellar.
Including the new build that would total:
2 Private Kitchens
1 Commercial kitchen
The main bar
The property has all the licences necessary for alcohol, both eat in and takeaway food, entertainment licence and a late night licence.
With the right planning permission this could easily be turned into a hotel, a private home, flats or even a HMO. It is approx. 30 minutes from Canterbury with its universities and a little over an hours train ride into London.
It may be possible to extend further and link the two existing buildings and third new build.
Planning application is swale council reference number 17/505577/FULL 76 London Road ME99QH
Based on a sale price of £650,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
Last updated: The calculators have been updated following the introduction of a stamp duty holiday until 31st March 2021.
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.
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