3 London Road, Farningham Kent DA4 0JP

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Under Offer


The property comprises a detached building comprising a former telephone exchange situated within a village location. The property is of brick construction beneath a pitched roof with tiled covering. The current layout provides entrance hall, kitchen, two private offices and a large open plan working area which could be easily adapted to suit an occupier’s preferred layout. Features include gas fired central heating, male and female WC’s, kitchen and double glazing. Externally the property benefits from front forecourt parking for several vehicles and a garden to the rear.
We are advised that the property falls within a B1(a) planning use class. Planning consent for prior notification for a change of use from offices to a single residential dwelling was obtained in January 2016. This application was made under Class O of The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015. Copies of the application and Decision Notice are available on request.


Farningham is a picturesque village in the Sevenoaks District of Kent located three miles south east of Swanley.
The property is situated close to the A20 and junction 3 of the M25 benefitting from excellent transport links and connection to the motorway network. There are railway stations at Eynsford, Farningham Road and Swanley providing services to London Victoria or Blackfriars.
The property is located on London Road on continuation from the High Street in a predominantly residential area. The village benefits from three public houses, an Indian restaurant, village store and a petrol station with a small convenience store.


1419sq.ft (131sq.m)


The premises are available to let on the basis of a new effectively full repairing and insuring lease for a term of years to be agreed at a commencing rent of £25,000 (Twenty Five Thousand Pounds) per annum exclusive, payable quarterly in advance.
Alternatively, our clients may consider the sale of the freehold interest at the sum of £450,000 (Four Hundred and Fifty Thousand Pounds), with vacant possession upon completion.